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‘Looks like hell’: India swelters with higher than average temperatures, IMD shares heat map

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Many areas of India have been reeling under heat wave conditions for the past few days. On Tuesday (May 21), the highest temperature of 47.8°C in the country was recorded at Haryana's Sirsa.  The India Meteorological Department (IMD) in a press release, on Wednesday (May 22) warned that the heat wave is likely to continue for the next five days. "Heat wave to severe heat wave conditions most likely to continue over plains of Northwest India and

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