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Cyclone In Tamil Nadu


'Cyclone In Tamil Nadu' - 16 Video Result(s)

'Cyclone In Tamil Nadu' - 73 News Result(s)

  • Cyclone Nada Weakens, Coastal Tamil Nadu Receives Heavy Rain

    Cyclone Nada Weakens, Coastal Tamil Nadu Receives Heavy Rain

    Cyclone Nada weakened into a depression in the Bay of Bengal and made landfall in Puducherry's Karaikal, close to Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu, at about 5 AM on Friday morning. It hit the coast with a wind speed of 50 km per hour. No damage has been reported so far, but Nada has brought with it heavy rain in the coastal areas of the two states. The w...

  • Cyclone Nada Weakens, Makes Landfall Near Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam: 10 Points

    Cyclone Nada Weakens, Makes Landfall Near Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam: 10 Points

    Cyclone Nada has weakened into a depression in the Bay of Bengal and made landfall near Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu, according to the Met department, spawning heavy rain in the coastal areas of the state and Puducherry. Rain up to 4 cm is expected in Cuddalore, Puducherry and Nagapattinam while Chennai will receive moderate rainfall, the weather dep...

  • 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...

  • Cyclone Nada Alert For Tamil Nadu, 2-Day Holiday In Many Schools: 10 Points

    Cyclone Nada Alert For Tamil Nadu, 2-Day Holiday In Many Schools: 10 Points

    A cyclonic storm named Nada has been building up in the Bay of Bengal and is expected to cross the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday, December 2, the Met department has said. It is expected make landfall close to Cuddalore, around 185 km from Chennai, between Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, it said. Currently, the cyclone is about 710 km south-ea...

  • Cyclone Nada Warning In Tamil Nadu, Heavy Rain Forecast: Met Department

    Cyclone Nada Warning In Tamil Nadu, Heavy Rain Forecast: Met Department

    A cyclone which has been named Nada is building up in the Bay of Bengal is expected to cross the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday, December 2, the Met department has said. Landfall is likely close to Cuddalore between Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

  • Record Rain In Chennai, City Keeps Boats On Stand-by, Fearing Flood

    Record Rain In Chennai, City Keeps Boats On Stand-by, Fearing Flood

    Chennai has witnessed record rains over the last 48 hours and more is expected as the cyclone bypassed the Indian coast and moved towards Bangladesh today.

  • No Cyclone Threat But Heavy Rain Slows Chennai

    No Cyclone Threat But Heavy Rain Slows Chennai

    Heavy rain has submerged track and badly affected train services in Chennai, hours after the threat of a cyclone receded.

  • Cyclone Alert Over But Schools Will Remain Shut in Chennai

    Cyclone Alert Over But Schools Will Remain Shut in Chennai

    With heavy rain expected in most parts of Tamil Nadu today, schools and colleges will be shut in Puducherry, Chennai and adjoining districts Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur. However the cyclone threat is over, say authorities.

  • Four Port Blair-bound flights from Chennai cancelled as Cyclone Lehar hits Andaman

    Four Port Blair-bound flights from Chennai cancelled as Cyclone Lehar hits Andaman

    Four Port Blair-bound flights from Chennai were cancelled today following inclement weather in the Andaman and Nicobar islands, airport sources said.

  • Cyclone relief measures on a war-footing in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam

    Cyclone relief measures on a war-footing in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam

    The district administration has taken up cyclone relief measures on a war-footing in Tamil Nadu.

  • Deep depression to cross near Tamil Nadu on November 16

    Deep depression to cross near Tamil Nadu on November 16

    A deep depression is slated to cross the coast near Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu on November 16, prompting the district administration to today review its preparedness and put in place the required mechanism to face any impact.

  • In Chennai, Narendra Modi pitches for 'cyclone of change'

    In Chennai, Narendra Modi pitches for 'cyclone of change'

    Narendra Modi, Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate, was in Chennai today to deliver the Nani Palkhivala memorial lecture on 'India and the world'. The city, from the airport to the venue - the Tamil Nadu University - was dressed up in saffron, extending a 'hearty welcome to the next Prime Minister of India'.

  • 18 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrive in Chennai after surviving 'Phailin'

    18 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrive in Chennai after surviving 'Phailin'

    Eighteen Tamil Nadu fishermen, who swam to safety after being caught at sea by cyclone 'Phailin', arrived in Chennai today.

  • Cyclone Phailin triggers India's biggest evacuation operation in 23 years

    Cyclone Phailin triggers India's biggest evacuation operation in 23 years

    Cyclone Phailin, being described as possibly the biggest cyclone ever to hit India, has triggered India's biggest evacuation programme in 23 years, reports said today. Over 5 lakh people have been evacuated from Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, the Home Secretary said today.

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