According to a recent research by a UN body, the capital's frequent
high-temperature heatwaves are placing half of Delhi's inhabitants in danger
having catastrophic effects on their socioeconomic situation and public health. In Delhi and other regions of northern India
extreme heatwaves have disrupted millions of lives and livelihoods, according to a report
by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). On Tuesday, the paper titled "United in Science"
was published. It claims that between March and May, Delhi witnessed five heatwaves, with some
days hitting record highs of 49.2 degrees Celsius. A heatwave of this magnitude, according to experts,
ight be hazardous to the health of the most vulnerable, such as young