Christopher Nolan seems keen on releasing Tenet this summer; why the desperation may turn out to be costly
A longtime champion of the theatrical experience, Christopher Nolan surely hopes Tenet will pump money into the depleted coffers of movie theatres.
Nowadays, my kitten’s is the only opinion that matters. And he has no concept of judging someone based on their body.
Coronavirus Outbreaks: Warmer weathers could slow the spread of COVID-19 but we cannot rely on the weather to stop the spread
Cold weather is presumed to cause the spread of coughs, colds and flu is because it causes irritation in the nasal passages and airways, making us more susceptible to viral infection.
Some symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to winter influenza which spreads in colder temperatures.
Italy orders shutting down of all shops apart from pharmacies, food stores after recording highest increase in deaths since coronavirus outbreak began
Italy added new restrictions on Wednesday to a lockdown imposed to fight the coronavirus, ordering bars, restaurants and beauty parlours to close after the highest daily increase in deaths of any country since the outbreak began.
The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to those of other diseases, including flu, measles and malaria, making detection challenging.
There was speculation that 2019 monsoon could turn out like the summer monsoon of 2014 which was a drought year.
The phenomenon where cities are hotter than the surrounding countryside is actually known as an urban heat island
Heat wave claims 76 lives in Bihar, two dead after being struck by lightning in Jammu and Kashmir; light rains bring relief in Delhi
Light rains brought some relief in parts of northern and western India on Monday, though heatwave conditions persisted in several states, including Bihar, where the death toll rose to 76
Soon, air-conditioned helmets may help Chhattisgarh traffic police, field officers combat soaring temperatures
In a first, Chhattisgarh Police has decided to use indigenously developed 'air conditioned' helmets for traffic cops and other field officers.
Here are a few pointers and tip to keep in mind during the heat wave that Indis is going through.
Heat wave grips north, west, central parts of India; temperatures to reduce from Thursday onwards, predicts IMD
A severe heat wave gripped the north, central and western parts of India, with Rajasthan's Churu recording a high of 48 degrees Celsius. These conditions are very likely to continue to prevail over Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha on Wednesday and will decrease in intensity thereafter
Heat wave to continue for two days in north, central, south India, predicts IMD; red warning in Madhya Pradesh, west Rajasthan
Heat wave conditions are likely to continue over north Indian plains, central and south India for two more days and abate gradually, the IMD said
India heatwave: Mercury hits 50.6°C in Rajasthan's Churu; IMD warns of severe heat over the week, issues red alert in Delhi
Heatwave in India: The Indian Meteorological Department said severe heat could stay for up to a week across Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh states.
Heatwave hits over half of India, with 15 cities among world's hottest; Pune sizzles at highest temp in 50 years
Bengaluru, where summer temperatures rarely crossed 26 degrees, is presently seeing temperatures hovering at around 40 degrees as are other regions in central Karnataka
India weather updates: Vidarbha, Marathwada sweat as mercury crosses 45°C; heatwave to persist over the week
A delayed monsoon has left most parts of India sizzling, with temperatures soaring above 40°C across several cities in central and northern India, crossing 45°C at several places.
Cyclone Fani updates: Centre announces Rs 340 cr relief package; red Alert sounded in Andhra Pradesh's Srirakulam district
Union minister Dharmendra Pradahan tweeted on Wednesday that the MHA has extended an advance relief package of ₹340 Crore to help Odisha with relief and rehabilitation preparedness.
January becomes Australia’s hottest month on record; mean temperature crosses 30° Celsius for the first time
Australia sweltered through its hottest month on record in January and the summer of extremes continued with wildfires razing the drought-parched south
Scientists also think that the flare could be a monster black hole shredding a passing star.