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Are parts of India becoming too hot for humans?

Shekhar Chandra is a Ph.D. Candidate in Public Policy, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (CNN)Intense heat waves have killed more than 100 people in India this summer and are predicted to worsen in coming years, creating a possible humanitarian crisis as large parts of the country potentially become too hot to be inhabitable.Heat waves in India usually take place between March and July and abate once the monsoon rains arrive. But in recent years these hot spells have become more intense, more frequent and longer.India is among the countries expected to be worst affected by the impacts of climate crisis, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).Experts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) sa ...