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NHRC seeks report from CISF DG, Sundargarh SP

tional Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has directed the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Director General (DG) and the Sundargarh Superintendent of Police (SP) for an action-taken report (ATR) over attack on locals by CISF jawans at the NTPC ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago
The Hindu

Dust storm throws IGIA into chaos

Passengers suffer:More than 200 flights were delayed on Monday. —File Photo : Even as Delhi heaved a sigh of relief as showers following a dust storm brought reprieve from the scorching heat, the weather resulted in the Indira Gandhi ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Storm rains relief on Delhi, but heat will return soon

The skies opened up over Delhi on Monday afternoon, bringing cheer to residents who had been braving high mercury levels for more than two weeks in a row. While the temperature stood at 40.6 degrees Celsius at 2.30 pm, the rain brought it down to ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago

Sunday scorcher; rain brings relief

Delhi continued to reel under scorching heat on Sunday with the unrelenting mercury crossing the 45 degrees Celsius mark. However, light showers towards the evening, due to a western disturbance, brought much-needed relief from the sweltering ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Hardlook: Reeling under mercury's Mayonslaught

Since 1985, in the month of May, Delhi has witnessed temperatures over 46.4 degrees Celsius only four times. According to Met department records for Delhi airport, in the last 31 years, such high temperatures have been seen at IGI airport between ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago

Rajasthan town hits 50.5°C, Delhi sizzles at 46.4°C

New Delhi: Temperature records fell as heat scorched north India on Wednesday. Phalodi, a town off the Bikaner-Jaisalmer highway in west Rajasthan, was ground zero of the severe heat wave blowing across the region, recording a scalding 50.5 degrees ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Heat, dust and no respite

HOT SELLER:A vendor tries to make the most of the current heat spell in the Capital, going from door to door selling fans.Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma Peak power demand in city goes up For the fourth consecutive day, the maximum temperature in ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

It's blazing hot, but the worst is yet to come

The summer heat is finally taking a toll with Delhi recording extremely high day temperature for the fourth consecutive day on Monday. The maximum temperature went up to 43.4 degrees Celsius at Safdarjung, three degrees above normal. Palam, which ...
 Times of India1 week ago It's blazing hot. And the worst's yet to come  Times of India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Mild showers bring relief for Noida and Ghaziabad

Residents of Noida and Ghaziabad got some relief from the scorching heat as the cities received mild showers on Wednesday. There was a dust storm accompanied by scattered rainfall in the Noida and Ghaziabad region on Wednesday. The storm was ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

No relief for Delhiites as air quality touches 'very poor' level on odd day

On the fourth day of the road rationing scheme, there was no relief for Delhiites in terms of air quality which touched 'very poor' level on Tuesday. As per the website of System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the average values ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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