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'Hot Thursday' - 23 News Result(s)

  • FIFA World Cup: Spain Expecting to Feel the Heat in Brazil

    FIFA World Cup: Spain Expecting to Feel the Heat in Brazil

    Barcelona striker Pedro Rodriguez said on Thursday that the hot, humid weather in Brazil will be a challenge for all of the teams in the FIFA World Cup.

  • Hot Wednesday in Delhi, Mercury to Rise Further on Thursday

    Hot Wednesday in Delhi, Mercury to Rise Further on Thursday

    Delhi witnessed a hot, sunny Wednesday as the maximum temperature settled three notches above the season's average at 43.4 degrees Celsius. The mercury is expected to rise further Thursday.

  • The Ashes: Hot Spot inventor raises 'silicone tape' concerns with ICC, says report

    The Ashes: Hot Spot inventor raises 'silicone tape' concerns with ICC, says report

    Channel Nine renewed its allegations on its evening news bulletin Thursday, saying Warren Brennan -- inventor of Hot Spot -- had raised his "serious concerns" with the ICC about flaws with the system. "He fears that (silicone) tape used on bats can f...

  • US enjoys July 4 parades, picnics under watchful eyes of police

    US enjoys July 4 parades, picnics under watchful eyes of police

    Americans gathered on Thursday for parades, fireworks and hot dog-eating contests at Independence Day celebrations, held under unprecedented security following the Boston Marathon bombings.

  • Temperatures drop in North India after rains

    Temperatures dropped slightly today at most places across North India after Thursday's rains, even as hot and humid conditions persisted in the region.

  • Another hot day in Delhi, similar weather expected on Friday

    It was another hot and sunny day in the capital on Thursday with the maximum temperature settling at 40.4 degrees Celsius - average for this time of the year. The Met Office has forecast similar weather on Friday.

  • Indian challenge ends at World Table Tennis championship

    Indian challenge ends at World Table Tennis championship

    Sharath Kamal found his opponent too hot to handle in the subsequent games and was floored 1-11 5-11 2-11 in the round of 64 match played on Thursday night.

  • HIL preview: Toppers Delhi Waveriders take on struggling Mumbai Magicians

    HIL preview: Toppers Delhi Waveriders take on struggling Mumbai Magicians

    Mumbai Magicians have lost five matches in a row after Thursday's defeat to Ranchi Rhinos while Delhi Waveriders are the HIL's hot properties with 22 points after their five games.  

  • Amazon and Google start e-book sales in Brazil

    Amazon and Google start e-book sales in Brazil

    Amazon.com Inc and Google Inc both opened their digital bookstores in Brazil on Thursday, hot on the heels of e-book offerings by local booksellers in a fast-growing online retail market.

  • Poland's soaked stadium fans in legal hot water

    Poland's soaked stadium fans in legal hot water

    Two Poland fans who became overnight Internet stars after invading their national stadium's waterlogged pitch ahead of a cancelled World Cup qualifier against England will on Thursday learn whether they face time behind bars for their antics.

  • WT20: Big guns set to boom in semi-final race

    WT20: Big guns set to boom in semi-final race

    The World Twenty20 shifts to a higher gear in Sri Lanka on Thursday when the hot favourites begin an intriguing race for the semi-finals in the Super Eights round.

  • Weak China data weighs on global stocks, euro

    Weak China data weighs on global stocks, euro

    Poor Chinese trade data clipped a hot streak for European shares and the euro on Friday.

  • Rains lash Lucknow, parts of Uttar Pradesh

    Rains lash Lucknow, parts of Uttar Pradesh

    Heavy rains lashed Lucknow and other parts of Uttar Pradesh early on Thursday, bringing respite from the hot and muggy weather. The downpour is likely to continue for the next few days, a Met department official said.

  • It will be a hot, sweltering Thursday for Delhi

    It will be a hot, sweltering Thursday for Delhi

    Despite light rains the day before, Delhiites woke up to another hot morning on Thursday with the minimum temperature settling two notches above the average for the season at 30.4 degrees Celsius. The met department forecast a cloudy, hot day.

  • Hot day ahead for Delhi

    Hot day ahead for Delhi

    It was a hot morning for the capital on Thursday with minimum temperature settling at 33.3 degrees Celsius, six notches above normal for the season. The weather office has forecast a scorching day ahead.

  • Delhi swelters at 43 degrees, no respite on Friday

    It was a hot Thursday in the capital with the maximum temperature climbing three notches above normal to 42.7 degrees Celsius. Friday is likely to be the same, according to the weather office. The minimum temperature on Thursday was four notches abov...

  • Wall Street Week Ahead: Time for some more stimulus?

    Wall Street Week Ahead: Time for some more stimulus?

    Things are shaping up for another hot summer on Wall Street, and there is a long, long way to go yet.

  • Summer sun scorches North, East India

    Summer sun scorches North, East India

    The northern and eastern parts of the country baked at above normal temperatures on Thursday due to the scorching summer sun and hot winds. The capital Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 45.4 degree Celsius, the highest so far this season.

  • At 43 degrees Celsius, Thursday was Delhi's hottest; expect worse today

    It was a hot Friday morning in the capital with clear, sunny skies. The minimum temperature settled a notch above average at 27.8 degrees Celsius and the weather office said the maximum was expected to hover around the 44 degrees Celsius mark.

  • Perth pitch can have cracks due to heat: Curator

    Perth pitch can have cracks due to heat: Curator

    Curator Cameron Sutherland on Thursday said the hot conditions here have taken some sting out of the "green" WACA surface but the pitch would still suit the fast bowlers in the third Test between India and Australia beginning on Friday.

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