Extreme heatwave grips South Asia, temperature soars in India & Pakistan | World News | WION

Various parts of India and Pakistan recorded their highest average temperatures in the month of April and the heat is expected to stretch into the month of May. For more analysis, we’re joined by Imran Khalid, Director Governance with WWF Pakistan and Shruti Sinha, a Manager, Policy and Outreach for Chintan (Environmental Research and Action Group).

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  1. In India Climate change will never become political Topic, because Hindu are in danger šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚

  2. I'm watching this on 1st May 2022, at 10:23pm (by my watch), at Mawlai Mawtawar, Shillong, Meghalaya, India and it feels like Winter here. Temperature started rising last week, but suddenly yesterday it became super cold!

  3. And the IT sectors want to start work from office…make people get stuck in traffic….make their life miserable

  4. Please leave a bowl and bucket of water for street dogs, cats and cows, goats. Don't let animals die of heat and thirst. Thanks everyone.

  5. So scary. Worried about the impact on food crops on top of the devastation to people. India needs to prioritize sanitation, clean transportation infrastructure, clean water, air quality control and cooling stations.

  6. Well 44 C is better than -44C, stop complaining. People in siberia dont whine. This sort of heat is awesome for a short time!

  7. Ahahahaha

    I can't even get through with temperatures of 31
    Imagine 37

    I'm sorry for the poor souls that will suffer through this

  8. Here in Central India it is 42 degree. even now at 11:00 pm night it is 31 degree. It is torturous.

  9. i dont believe the climate change is human made!!! in the earth past, there were time periods with much higher co2 level, and the nature were well!!!!!

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  11. Because mankind did this ā€¼ļø if only our nearby water streams are clean to jump in to help cool us off, but oops ā€¼ļø they're dirty too ā€¼ļø because mankind did that too ā€¼ļø

  12. It's really hot so my advise to all fish aquarium owner is that they try to cool down water temperature because fishes can't survive this hot temperature.
    Keep the lid open for some considerable amount of time, keep adding ice cubes from trays at least two times a day ,depends on aquarium size.
    Keep the fan on full speed above the open aquarium.
    change some of the water with cool water.

  13. I wish some Hanuman rises from dead and transport our country to Siberia till the month of october
    This heat is unbearable!!!

  14. Iā€™m not worried about general population of country. Gov should consider how to deal with wildlife.
    Many wildlife creatures will vanish Or going towards instinct by geographical maps

  15. Yes. Highrise. This concrete 'cancer' on the world is probably more to blame than cows farting. When I walk in highrise streets in Phnom Penh its noticably hotter. Parked big SUV's engines idling to keep aircon working also emit heat. New buildings have no shade. Cubism is king. Once there were ornings and deep verandas along with small windows. No more. Glass cubes everywhere. Trees are removed for extra floor area. Developers want maximum site coverage. Our governments have allowed architects and builders to heat our world. Shame on architects they should know better with 6 yrs of higher education. The street people know more about heat build up, its reasons and effect.

  16. Is it haarp warfare on India unleashed by USA>maybe India should reply with their kali! I hope not!

  17. I can take 35-38 c easily. I do not even sweat. Do some yogic exercise and you won't even feel any heat or cold. Only sluggish people feel the effect.

  18. COME ON MAN you assume the cooling rains of the monsoon will arrive like normal what happens when they dont !!! wow the first dude sounded like he was giving answers to the congress hahahaha i hate to tell you lady but 7 out of 10 of your people drive fossil fuels vehicles in the form of taxis etc you are adding wayyyyy more carbon then you are taking away


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