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'Cyclone Approaches' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Cyclone Nada Weakens To 'Deep Depression', Heavy Rain In Chennai: 10 Points

    Cyclone Nada Weakens To 'Deep Depression', Heavy Rain In Chennai: 10 Points

    Chennai witnessed heavy rain as Cyclone Nada weakened into a "Deep Depression" on its way to Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the Bay of Bengal. The storm is still weakening and may make landfall in the very early hours of Friday near Cuddalore, officials said. The Met office said it may be further downgraded to being called a "depression" which is two...

  • Cyclone Nada, 350 Km Away From Chennai, Has Weakened, Says Met Office

    Cyclone Nada, 350 Km Away From Chennai, Has Weakened, Says Met Office

    Cyclone Nada, heading towards Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the Bay of Bengal, is weakening and may make landfall in the very early hours of Friday near Cuddalore. The Met office said it may downgraded to being called a "deep depression" which is a notch below cyclone. It is currently about 350 km away from Tamil Nadu capital Chennai, which has been...

  • As Cyclone Nilofar Approaches, Response Teams Positioned on Gujarat Coast

    As Cyclone Nilofar Approaches, Response Teams Positioned on Gujarat Coast

    The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) said it has deployed rescue and rehabilitation teams at various locations as cyclone Nilofar approaches the Gujarat coast.

  • Odisha Sets 'Zero Casualty' Target as Cyclone Hudhud Approaches Coast

    Odisha Sets 'Zero Casualty' Target as Cyclone Hudhud Approaches Coast

    As the cyclonic storm approaches the Odisha-Andhra Pradesh coast and makes landfall on Sunday, the state government today set a "zero casualty" target, making preparation on par with that made to deal with Cyclone Phailin last year.

  • Centre assures all help to Andhra, Odisha for Cyclone Lehar

    Centre assures all help to Andhra, Odisha for Cyclone Lehar

    As cyclone 'Lehar' approaches eastern coastline, the Centre has assured all help to Andhra Pradesh and Odisha to deal with the situation and sent National Disaster Response Force personnel to help the local authorities.

  • As Cyclone Phailin approaches, over three lakh evacuated in Odisha

    As Cyclone Phailin approaches, over three lakh evacuated in Odisha

    Cyclone Phailin, the strongest to hit India in more than a decade and classified as 'very severe' so far, is closing in towards coastal Odisha and Andhra Pradesh at wind speeds averaging 200-210 km per hour and is expected to hit the two states between 6 pm and 8 pm tonight. The storm, likely to affect around 1.2 crore people, has triggered mass ex...

  • Phailin, strongest cyclone since 1999, approaches Odisha and Andhra Pradesh

    Phailin, strongest cyclone since 1999, approaches Odisha and Andhra Pradesh

    The strongest cyclone to threaten India in more than a decade bore down on the east coast on Saturday as authorities bused and trucked tens of thousands of villagers from their mud and thatch coastal homes to government shelters inland.

  • Cyclone Phailin approaches Andhra Pradesh, Odisha with wind speed of 200 km per hour

    Cyclone Phailin approaches Andhra Pradesh, Odisha with wind speed of 200 km per hour

    Cyclonic storm "Phailin", classified as "very severe" by the weather department, is expected to hit coastal Odisha and Andhra Pradesh at around 5:30 pm on Saturday. In Odisha, officials fear the wind speed could touch levels higher than that of the deadly super-cyclone in 1999 when nearly 15,000 people died.

  • Bangladesh issues cyclone alert as MAHASEN approaches coast

    Bangladesh issues cyclone alert as MAHASEN approaches coast

    Bangladeshi authorities on Monday warned millions of people living along the coast that a brewing cyclone was gathering strength and could barrel into their homes later this week.

  • Obama declares emergency in four states as Hurricane Irene approaches

    Obama declares emergency in four states as Hurricane Irene approaches

    US President Barack Obama today declared emergency in the three states of New York, Virginia and Massachusetts, empowering federal agencies to take the steps required to protect people and property as Hurricane Irene approached. The cyclone gushed toward the eastern shores of the United States with a sustained wind speed of 100 miles per hour.

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