Relentless heatwave sweeps across hills too

Times of India: The scotching heatwave sweeping across vast swathes of north and central India has taken into its grip the cooler areas of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, with weathermen ruling out any respite in the days ahead. Shimla, the 'Queen of Hills,' sweated it out with the day temperature at 31.1 degree C. The state Met office held out little hope, saying the city may surpass the highest ever temperature for the month of May "" 31.7 degrees C recorded on May 20, 2004. In Rajasthan, ......

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