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Posts tagged "heat" (Page 5)

Pigeons feel heat

Saman Iqbal reports from Lahore about pigeons that also feel heat in scorching days of summer.

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July 3, 2012


Eastern U.S. heat wave continues amid power outages

WASHINGTON: A heat wave baking the eastern United States in record temperatures is set to continue on Sunday after deadly storms killed at least 12 people, downed power lines from Indiana to Maryland and left more than 3 million customers without power.Emergencies were declared in Washington D.C., Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia on Saturday because…

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July 1, 2012


Heat star Wade to miss 2012 Olympics

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade, the leading scorer on the US Olympic basketball team that won gold four years ago, will miss the 2012 London Games because of knee surgery.Wade will need surgery after playing with his bad left knee during the Heat's NBA championship run.”As many people may know,…

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June 29, 2012


Iran feels heat as Europe ship classifiers halt work

LONDON: Germany's Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has stopped verifying safety and environmental standards for Iran's biggest shipping companies, a letter from the company showed, the last big European classification society to pull back as sanctions heat up.Without verification from such bodies, ships are unable to call at international ports.The move follows similar decisions in recent weeks…

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June 18, 2012


Birds face water shortage in summer heat

Anwar Raza shows us how birds suffer during hot summer days of June by shortage of water.

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June 10, 2012


Jau ka Sattu—Anti-heat remedy

Jau ka Sattu (a beverage made up of ground powder of barley or wheat or mix of other pulses like gram) is one of the best remedies against the scorching heat of the summer. Abid Ali reports from Rawalpindi.

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June 9, 2012


Rain breaks heat spell in Punjab, Sindh

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Mercury has come down to bearable level following rainfall in different areas of the country.The Meteorological Office has forecast more scattered rains in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Kashmir over the 24 hours. On Thursday, Rawlakot, Kakool, Zhob, Lahore, Sialkot, DG Khan, Parachinar, Gujranwala and Dadu received scattered rainfall. It said that temperature…

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June 8, 2012


Sindh, Balochistan under extreme heat wave

Staff ReportKARACHI: Mercury has risen to 50C in different parts of Sindh, Balochistan and South Punjab as the extreme heat wave is likely to prevail for next four to five days, the Metrological Department said on Monday.Met forecasted that the temperature is likely to remain between 48C and 50C on Monday in upper Sindh, East…

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May 28, 2012


Heat spell to continue for few more days

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Sunday forecast mainly hot and dry weather with rising trend of day temperatures in plain areas of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Sindh during next two to three days.The hot spell may last at least for few more days in South Punjab and Sindh and that most…

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May 6, 2012


Heat wave rises to 44 degrees in Larakana

Staff Report LARAKANA: Heat wave has increased to 44 degrees centigrade in Larakana and its surroundings on Saturday. The heat is increasing here day by day which causes more difficulties for the people already annoyed by load shedding. Due to the harsh weather, people drink more cold water and drinks to lessen the effect of…

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May 5, 2012


US military unveils non-lethal heat ray weapon

WASHINGTON: A sensation of unbearable, sudden heat seems to come out of nowhere — this wave, a strong electromagnetic beam, is the latest non-lethal weapon unveiled by the US military this week.”You're not gonna see it, you're not gonna hear it, you're not gonna smell it: you're gonna feel it,” explained US Marine Colonel Tracy…

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March 11, 2012


Battles heat up in Pakistan political capital

LAHORE: Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend rallies in Pakistan's political capital Lahore this weekend, demanding that President Asif Ali Zardari quit and for snap polls next year. Appetite for election fever is heating up in the city of eight million, Pakistan's second biggest and the capital of the most populous province…

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October 27, 2011


U.S. turns up the heat on Pakistan's spy agency

ISLAMABAD: Washington's stunning charge that Pakistan's spy service is backing violence against U.S. targets in Afghanistan has pushed Islamabad into a tight corner: either it cleans up the powerful agency or it faces the wrath of an angry superpower.There has never been much doubt in Washington that the shadowy Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) plays a…

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September 23, 2011


Rain brings smile on faces of heat-plagued citizens

Staff ReportGUJRANWALA: Cold breeze and showers in Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Jhang brought some joy on faces of people hit hard by extreme heat conditions. Dark clouds again engulfed the city of Gujranwala after one-day break. Cold breeze and heavy downpours broke the recent spell of scorching heat. Large number of citizens came out of their…

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July 3, 2011


Tandoor, heat and a worker

Waseem Malik from Islamabad reports how a chef endures heat working at the tandoor.

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May 7, 2011


People trying several things to beat heat in Sukkar

People are warding off heat of the summer with multiple strategies amid widening span of load shedding in Sukkar. Rasheed Raza reports from Sukkar.

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May 5, 2011


Australia's Hughes can stand the heat: Langer

MELBOURNE: Former Australia opener Justin Langer has backed Phillip Hughes to make England captain Andrew Strauss eat his words and stand up to the English attack if selected for the third test. Hughes is likely to replace Simon Katich in Perth next week after the veteran opener was ruled out with an Achilles injury. A…

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December 10, 2010


Indonesian volcano spews heat clouds, ash

YOGYAKARTA: Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano spewed heat clouds and ash on Monday as officials warned another eruption is expected, though possibly not as big as one that killed 34 people last week. Searing grey fumes and ash shot high into the sky and rolled down the slopes of the 2,914-metre (9,616-foot) mountain, Indonesia's most active…

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November 1, 2010


Pakistan floods, Russia heat fit climate trend

OSLO: Devastating floods in Pakistan and Russia's heatwave match predictions of extremes caused by global warming even though it is impossible to blame mankind for single severe weather events, scientists say. This year is on track to be the warmest since reliable temperature records began in the mid-19th century, beating 1998, mainly due to a…

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August 10, 2010


Power demand surges with heat

Staff Report KARACHI: The demand of electricity has risen to 15,756 MW as weather got hotter throughout the country, SAMAA reported Monday. The duration of load shedding in the rural areas is nine to 12 hours while in the urban areas it is six to seven hours daily. According to sources in PEPCO, the production…

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June 27, 2010


Heat wave to continue today

Staff Report KARACHI: The heat wave will continue to prevail across the country, predicted the meteorological department Tuesday. The southern areas of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan will continue to be enveloped by intense heat. The hottest areas on Monday were Larkana and Sibi where temperatures escalated to 50 degrees centigrade. Jhang, Okara, Shorkot, Bahawalnagar, Bhakkar,…

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June 21, 2010

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