Despite summer vacations, the soaring temperature has forced senior citizens as well as children to stay at home. It has been the hottest May in a decade. The mercury is already heading north with a vengeance with temperatures rising abnormally across cities. In a sign of climate change hitting the city, temperatures across much of the country have already breached the 40-degree mark. And it’s not likely to get better any time soon. It has become harder for the people to come out of their homes. Senior citizens who once found leisure in walking in the breeze are restricted to come out less. And its not just the senior citizens but the scorching heat has also troubled youngsters. Despite summer vacations, children prefer to stay home during afternoons. The rising heat has even affected the gola vendor with business taking a steep low. With cameraperson Satish Garud, Abhishek Chowdhary for NMTV news.
December 14, 2014
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