As per reports received here, a total of 11 people lost their lives in various parts of Patna district, seven in Buxar and four in Bhojpur district.
Public has been advised not to expose themselves to direct sunlight between 11 am and 4 pm to avoid sunstroke, it said.
The public have been adviced not to expose themselves to direct sunlight between 11.00 am and 4.00 pm to avoid sunstroke.
The highest temperature of 43.6 degree Celsius was recorded at Khammam, which was 7 degree Celsius above normal. At Medak, it was 42.2 degree Celsius, 7.1 degree Celsius above normal.
The international body had no choice but to take this step after players felt the heat during morning encounters over the last few days.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), heat wave conditions will prevail in states like Rajasthan, Haryana, and Delhi, among others, for a couple of days.
Many parts of Coastal AP and Rayalaseema are experiencing pre-monsoon showers and thunderstorm activity.
The temperature remained above 40 degree Celsius in afternoon on Monday.
Thundershowers accompanied by gusty winds occurred at many places across the State on Sunday evening.
Heat wave conditions are prevailing in parts of the state and the weather conditions would remain the same during the next two days.
Maximum temperature to range from 44.8 degrees Celsius to 46.2 degrees Celsius.
On Friday the highest temperature recorded in the State was 45.2 degree Celsius in Manchippa village in Nizamabad district.
Labour Dept has no punitive power in absence of a specific law
The highest temperature recorded in this month in Sri Ganganagar until now was 49.4 degrees Celsius on May 30, 1944.
The State Capital continued to reel under intense heat with the temperature reading 38.2 degree Celsius on Thursday.