After heat wave, sand storm headed towards Delhi-NCR

12 Jun 2019 01:13 PM

After heat wave, sand storm headed towards Delhi-NCR

Updated 12 Jun 2019 01:13 PM

New Delhi shattered all records of high temperature with several parts of the national capital witnessing an all time high of 48 degree on Monday afternoon. Despite commence of monsoon in several parts of the country, weather department has predicted no possibility of any respite from heatwave in the next few days in the national capital.

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