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Watch: Peacock spotted in outskirts of Amritsar as temperature cools down

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Watch: Peacock spotted in outskirts of Amritsar as temperature cools down

Watch: Peacock spotted in outskirts of Amritsar as temperature cools down

A peacock was spotted in the outskirts of Amritsar as temperature cooled down in the evening of May 30.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted maximum temperature in Amritsar to touch 31 degrees Celsius and light rainfall.

People got relief from scorching heat after sudden change in weather.

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