Artificial Heatwave: Temperature soar as green shields smartly burnt-out for development


Large parts of India are in grip of extreme heatwave conditions as temperatures crossed 50° Celsius in Churu in Rajasthan and Sirsa in Haryana even as Delhi NCR sizzles with the mercury settling nine notches above normal for the season.

At least three weather stations in Delhi recorded maximum temperatures of 49° Celsius or more with Mungeshpur and Narela in Delhi clocking 49.9 degrees followed by Najafgarh, also in the national capital, at 49.8°, as per weather officials.

These are highest maximum temperatures recorded this season. However, Mungeshpur and Narela weather stations came up in 2022 and has records only for the last three years. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) says there is no immediate respite from the heatwave conditions for next few days.

As extreme climate tests power grids which is leading to water and electricity shortages, experts blame late coming western disturbances – nature’s extra-tropical weather systems formed over the Mediterranean Sea that is supposedly enslaved to move from west to east despite all man-made artificial horrors or obstacles.

Real Estate Times is a community-driven eMagazine and Social Media Portal (no print version available) and is divided into different Sections - all frequently updated. Covers Residential and Commercial Real Estate News, including Buyer Advice, Seller Advice, Borrower Advice, New Homes, Home Loans, Interior and Architecture, Agency Trends, Realty Jobs, Events, Polls, Exhibitions, Meetups, Rental Advice, Announcements, Location Reports and Special Columns. More at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *