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We're Baking In The Heat This Summer At Golaghat

We're Baking In The Heat This Summer At Golaghat Heatwave vector downloaded from cutewallpaper This year, at Golaghat, July was proved to be the hottest month of all time, and people felt as if they had been thrown into an oven. It was mid July, 5:45am; I was still in bed, sleeping. Suddenly the overhead fan had stopped spinning and I woke up. I saw the sunlight had entered into my bedroom through the ceiling, and I was feeling hot. I understood we were going to experience another boiling hot day in a series. Like many parts in the world, the weather in Assam has dras

A Two-Hour Journey On A Local Train In Golaghat: Images

A Two-Hour Journey On A Local Train In Golaghat: Images The Tinsukia-Lumding Express—up and down—crossing each other at Jamuguri Railway Station. Last week, I made a short journey on Tinsukia-Lumding Express—from Furkating to Bokajan. On the way, I captured images of rivers, paddy fields, running vehicles, waiting passengers on the platforms. "Your attention please!" I heard the train announcement as I was sitting on the platform at Furkating Railway Junction. It was 2:00 pm, and it was a very hot day. The sun was burning like a red ball over the sky. The sky was blu

The 1950 Assam-Tibet Earthquake: An Overview

The 1950 Assam-Tibet Earthquake: An Overview "Assam Pavement Sags: Water Gushed Up Through the Earth : Shattered slabs mark the course this road once took across the plains some 200 miles from the earthquake's epicenter at the Assam-Tibet border. It run through the Assam valley from Gauhati to the Luhit River across from Sadiya." (This image is a screenshot of the original photo published on National Geographic, March 1952. Photographer: Frank Kingdon-Ward. The caption is as it is appeared on the magazine.) The Assam-Tibet earthquake, or 1950 Assam earthquake, is list