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MULTAN -- Hot and dry weather and scorching heat on Saturday forced people to stay indoors in Multan and other cities of south Punjab.
SAKHAKOT -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf provincial leader and Malakand District Assembly Opposition Leader Muhmmad Razak Jan Advocate has demanded of the government to take action against district education officer Manzar Jan Sajid and principle of Government Zeshan Shaheed Higher Secondary School, Fida Muhammad Khan who conduct assembly parade for children in school during scorching heat.
KARACHI -- Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi Ameer Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman held K-Electric responsible for over 1000deaths of innocent people in Karachi by scorching summer wave.
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Chandigarh, May 31 ( ANI ): Over the past few days, the heat wave of northern India has made both animals and locals run for a cover to protect themselves from the scorching weather.
If it's scorching hot, use a can and aim towards the roots to avoiding wetting the leaves and the risk of scorching.
The scorching heat wave continues in different parts of the province including in Larkana, Shahdadkot, Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Sukkur, Dadu and Nawabshah and other parts of Sindh.
Kempton Much attention will focus on Kieren Fallon and The Scorching Wind, the jockey and horse at the centre of a fracas at Lingfield a fortnight ago, when Fallon was attacked by The Scorching Wind's joint-owner David Reynolds, who was subsequently fined pounds 10,000 and disqualified for three months.
Reynolds, whose hearing will take place on Monday, punched Fallon in the face after the sportingbet "Super 7" Handicap Final, in which his four-year-old The Scorching Wind, finished ninth.
The absolute temperature with the vented screw was 118[degrees]C, a relatively high temperature that could create scorching.
senators and several Albuquerque newspapers, scorching the administration for bungling the recovery.