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    Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana state in India, is known for its scorching summers. However, this year, the temperature has soared to new heights, marking the hottest day of the year yet. On May 31st, 2021, the temperature in Hyderabad reached a staggering 44.6 degrees Celsius, making it the hottest day of the year so far.

    The sudden rise in temperature has caused discomfort and inconvenience to the residents of Hyderabad. With the ongoing pandemic, people are already struggling with health issues, and the heatwave has only added to their woes. The extreme heat has also affected the daily routine of people, with many avoiding going out during the day to avoid heatstroke and dehydration.

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    The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a heatwave warning for Telangana, including Hyderabad. The department has advised people to stay indoors during the day and avoid venturing out in the sun. They have also suggested wearing light-colored and loose-fitting clothes to help cope with the heat.

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    The IMD has attributed the sudden rise in temperature to the absence of rain and strong winds. The city usually experiences pre-monsoon showers in May, which brings relief from the scorching heat. However, this year, there has been no rainfall, leading to an increase in temperature.

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    The rising temperature is not only affecting humans but also causing harm to animals and plants. Animals are struggling to find water and shade, while plants are drying up due to the lack of moisture in the soil.

    To combat the heatwave, the Telangana government has set up temporary shelters for homeless people and animals. They have also deployed water tankers in areas where there is a shortage of water. The government has urged people to stay hydrated and consume fluids like coconut water and lemon juice to prevent dehydration.

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    In conclusion, the sudden rise in temperature in Hyderabad is a cause for concern. It is essential to take precautions and stay safe during the heatwave. People must avoid going out during the day and stay hydrated to prevent heatstroke and dehydration. The government must take necessary measures to provide relief to the people and animals affected by the heatwave. We must also take responsibility for our actions and work towards reducing our carbon footprint to prevent further damage to the environment.

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    Rajesh M
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