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Heat wave in the country – SAMAA VIDEO

SAMAA takes you to Larkana and Multan where heat wave is at its peak and load shedding is adding to people's woes. (June 21, 2010).

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June 21, 2010

 

Sizzling heat grips Nawabshah

Staff Report NAWABSHAH: Scorching heat envelopes Nawabshah and its adjacent areas, as temperature exceeds 49 degrees centigrade, sources said Monday. Hot weather with prolonged power cuts in Nawabshah has made life miserable for people who are moving towards lakes and parks for respite. The increase in demand of juices and ice is experienced due to…

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June 21, 2010

 

Power cut, heat wave to persist

Staff Report KARACHI: Heat wave in the country continues to prevail while the duration of load shedding is increased in different cities, SAMAA reported Thursday. Meanwhile, the private power plant of Tapal, which provides electricity to KESC has been closed down due to shortage of fuel. Several areas in Karachi are not being provided with…

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May 27, 2010

 

Dozens killed in heat wave in India

NEW DELHI: Temperatures close to 50 degrees Celsius gripped large swathes of India, killing dozens of people as the country waits for the annual monsoon rains to reach the mainland, media and officials said on Thursday. The hottest place in India, at 49.3 degrees (121 Fahrenheit), was Sri Ganganagar in the northern desert state of…

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May 27, 2010

 

Heat wave in Larkana kills 3

Staff Report LARKANA: Heat wave in Larkana killed three persons and caused dozens of people to faint, said sources Wednesday. According to the meterology department, the heat wave will prevail for one more day in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwah and Kashmir, and for two more days in Sindh and Balochistan. Land bound areas will stay hot…

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May 26, 2010

 

Nawabshah breaks 86 years heat record

Staff Report NAWABSHAH: The country is in the grip of high temperatures and Nawabshah broke off 86 year old record of high temperatures, SAMAA reported Tuesday. According to chief metrologist of the country Mohammad Riaz, country remained in the grip of severe heat wave and Sibi and Nawabshah sizzled at 52 degree Celsius. In Nawabshah…

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May 25, 2010

 

US to keep heat on BP to stop oil leak

WASHINGTON: The U.S. government will keep a “boot on the neck” of BP Plc, as it responds to a huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that threatens to become an economic and ecological catastrophe, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said on Sunday. “Our job basically is to keep the boot on the neck of…

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May 2, 2010

 

India heat wave kills 80

NEW DELHI: A severe heat wave sweeping India, with temperatures of almost 44 C (111 F), the highest in 52 years, has killed at least 80 people this month, officials said on Sunday. The scorching weather, which officials say would continue over northern, northwestern and central India in the next 48 hours, also may have…

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April 18, 2010

 

Persistent heat adds to power crisis

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Power crisis in the country continues as demand for electricity has crossed 15,000 MW mark. According to PEPCO sources, electricity production from all sources is 10,300 MW. Power load shedding is going on in cities for 10-12 hours and in rural areas for 14-16 hours to overcome gap of 4,817 MW between…

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April 15, 2010

 

Aniston and Butler heat up the red carpet

LONDON: Jennifer Aniston and Hollywood's latest darling Gerard Butler set tongues wagging with 'are they or aren't they' rumors flying on the red carpet Thursday (11 MARCH 2010) night, as the actors attended the gala premiere of their new film 'The Bounty Hunter.' Recent reports on celebrity gossip sites and magazines have suggested the two…

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March 12, 2010

 

Global leaders protest against heat

LOS ANGELES: The states and provinces with half the world's tropical forests told their national governments to act fast on deforestation, forcing their way into international climate talks that they said were moving too slowly. Eleven governors from Brazilian, Indonesian and U.S. states and provinces issued a call for leadership to their presidents to stop…

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October 1, 2009

 

Sindh Games marred by excessive heat

Staff Report KARACHI: The Karachi softball team managed to get second position despite excessive heat prevailing in the province. Players, mostly children, complained of lack of facilities. One member of the girls' softball team said, “Proper facilities should be provided at the next Games.” An officials of the Games said, “Next time they should be…

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June 2, 2009

 

Man U feel heat of Liverpool chase

LONDON: Teenager Federico Macheda's brilliant winner last weekend merely papered over the cracks in a Manchester United team floundering in their defence of the Premier League title. When they visit Sunderland on Saturday (1400 GMT), United may find themselves once again looking to claim back their one-point lead from Liverpool whose home kickoff against Blackburn…

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April 8, 2009

 

James edges Wade in helping Cavs cool off Heat

MIAMI: LeBron James won his personal duel with Dwyane Wade in helping the Cleveland Cavaliers rally for a 107-100 win over the Miami Heat on Monday, the showdown between the NBA's top scorers highlighting an enthralling encounter. James lies second behind Wade in the individual scoring standings but was able to outscore his rival by…

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March 3, 2009

 
 
 
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