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Ayesha Tammy Haq Sep 13
the hottest city in the world reports from a city where it’s just getting worse
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Saleh Mangrio Sep 13
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Morgan Abate Sep 14
“His office estimates that could cost the country anywhere from $7 billion to $10 billion a year in disaster response alone, never mind lost economic activity. And Pakistan is no different than anywhere else, he warns.”
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WaHaB Soomro Sep 14
In such heat sindh govt is not interested to provide us water assume
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faisal Hussain bahrani🇱🇾 Sep 13
Peoples Youth Organisation Condemn attack on residence of Info Sec PYO Sindh Taimoor Maher, unknown persons shot bullets at his house in Karachi. We appeal Sindh govt to take action against culprits
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Shakil Anwer Kamal Sep 13
Thankyou for reporting about the hottest place of , .
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Riaz Haq Sep 13
"The week before I arrived in Jacobabad, the city had reached a scorching 51.1°C (124°F. If the planet continues warming at an accelerated rate, it won’t just be the people of Jacobabad who know what it’s like"
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Green Cooling Initiative Sep 13
"If the planet continues warming at an accelerated rate, it won’t be just the people of who live through 50°C summers. Everyone will."
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Raza Ahmad Rumi Sep 14
. writes about — the hottest of . What It’s Like Living in One of the Hottest Cities on Earth—Where It May Soon Be Uninhabitable cc:
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Marwah Maqbool Malik Sep 13
The isn't 10/12 years away. It's happening now. is only 1 of the cities where temperatures r soaring & will continue to in the coming years. Our cities need to . March with on 20th September to demand action
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Riaz Haq Sep 12
Rail network to connect with , under . 1,328 km new line from and via Basima to Gwadar at a cost of $4.5 billion and new 560km rail track from Quetta to Kotla Jam on ML-2 via Zhob and DI Khan via
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Dawar Butt Sep 12
" may well be the hottest city in , in Asia and 𝗽𝗼𝘀𝘀𝗶𝗯𝗹𝘆 𝗶𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱..“Climate change. It’s the problem of our area. Gradually the temperatures are rising, and next year it will increase even more.”"
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Riaz Haq Sep 12
’s Extreme Could Become the World's New Normal With | Time
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Mohammedmian Soomro Sep 8
ALHAMDULILLAH always blessed to be amongst my people in my constituency
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Dawar Butt Sep 12
Replying to @thelahorewala
".., the city had reached a scorching 51.1°C (124°F). Similar temperatures in , in a neighboring province, combined with a power outage, had killed eight babies in a hospital ICU when the air-conditioning cut. Summer in province is no joke. People die."
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Ulhas Sep 7
Toilets?? These ppl will have a proper bath after more than 70 yrs.
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Team Mohammedmian Soomro Sep 7
Federal Minister for Privatisation Muhammad Mian Soomro's visit to his Constituency Sindh.
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Arooj Zahra Sep 13
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Khadija. Sep 13
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faisal Hussain bahrani🇱🇾 21h
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