Cyclone Nisarga LIVE: Flight services resume in Mumbai; storm weakens

The landfall of the cyclone started at 12.30 pm at Alibaug and the system was concluded by two.30 pm, IMD director common Mrutunjay Mohapatra claimed. The storm lay 75 kilometres southeast of Mumbai and sixty five kilometres west of Pune.
Cyclone Nisarga did not bring about any main harm on the southern coastline of Gujarat on Wednesday afternoon and night adhering to landfall in the vicinity of Alibaug in Maharashtra. The Gujarat govt experienced evacuated in excess of 63,seven-hundred men and women from coastal regions of eight districts and eighteen teams of Nationwide Disaster Response Pressure (NDRF) and six teams
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Cyclone Amphan LIVE: PM announces Rs 1000 cr for WB, Odisha gets Rs 500 cr

Cyclone Amphan Reside updates: The central authorities will give West Bengal Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 500 crore to Odisha as interim support for the problems caused by Cyclone Amphan, mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday soon after a go to to the two states.
Households of these killed will get Rs two lakh each and every as ex-gratia and the injured will get Rs 50,00, he mentioned soon after traveling above flooded parts of West Bengal. Main Minister Mamata Banerjee mentioned eighty individuals have died in the cyclone and requested Modi to treat it as a countrywide
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Super cyclone Amphan weakens a round, may fuel heat wave over land

Super Cyclone Amphan around West-Central Bay of Bengal has weakened as an exceptionally serious cyclone by Tuesday midday, ahead of a projected landfall around the West Bengal-Bangladesh coastline tomorrow (Wednesday). But, the India Meteorological Office (IMD) has held out a warning that the cyclone would also cause temperatures to increase on its trail, around land throughout the country.

Utmost temperatures

Utmost temperatures are at this time regular to under regular around most elements of the country right after cooler western disturbances intervened around North-West and East India and afterwards Amphan dropped anchor in the Bay. Rain-driving winds would now be

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