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Dhaka experiences highest temperature in 54 yrs

Dhaka – Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, on Thursday experienced the highest temperature in 54 years as mercury went as up as 40.2 degree Celsius, meteorologists said. The country’s highest temperature was, however, recorded 43.2 degree Celsius in south-western Jessore district as a…

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