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The forgotten tree

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Sindh was declared the hottest place on earth in April 2018, when the temperature crossed 50 degrees Celsius in Nawabshah on the last day of the year’s fourth month breaking its own record of 49.2 degrees Celsius recorded in 2017. In Sindh, the urban areas have expanded exponentially with drastic reduction in green cover. Deforestation […]

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Experts reject ‘artificial rain’ idea to lower city temperatures

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By: FaizaIlyas KARACHI: Cloud seeding or ‘artificial rain’ is not a viable solution to the extremely hot weather being currently experienced in the city, which is likely to see a drop in temperatures in the coming days with the gradual dissipation of the low pressure system over the Arabian Sea, said experts while speaking to […]

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Under scorching sun, Pakistan swelters

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ISLAMABAD: This summer is turning out to be one of the hottest in the history of Pakistan. On Saturday, many cities sizzled and sweltered under the scorching sun throughout the day as temperatures soared as high as 49 °C in Sibi and Larkana districts, while five people – among them three children – died and […]

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