- Latest News
- Sunday Mid-Day
- Mumbai Guide
- Brand Media
- Mid-Day Gold
- Content Services
Many parts of India, including major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai, have been witnessing humidity and soaring temperature level.
The extreme heat poses significant health risks, with cases of heatstroke, dehydration, and heat-related illnesses increasing
The scorching temperatures have had a severe impact on agriculture, leading to water shortages, crop damage, and decreased agricultural productivity.
The high temperatures have resulted in an increased demand for electricity, primarily due to the usage of cooling appliances like air conditioners and fans. This places a strain on the power grid, leading to occasional blackouts or power cuts.