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    Home ministry deputes team to assess damages caused by Cyclone Burevi in Tamil Nadu

    The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday said that it has deputed an Inter-Ministerial Central Team (IMCT), led by a Joint Secretary to assess damages caused by Cyclone 'Burevi' in Tamil Nadu. The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday said that it has deputed an Inter-Ministerial Central Team (IMCT), led by a Joint Secretary to assess...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    IMD releases a report on Cyclonic Storm 'BUREVI' over the Bay of Bengal during 30th November - 05th December 2020

    The Cyclone Warning Division of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), has release a report on the Cyclonic Storm 'BUREVI' over the Bay of Bengal during 30th November - 05th December 2020. The salient features of the Report are: Brief Life History: ‚óŹ The cyclonic storm, 'Burevi' originated as a Low...

    • a month ago
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    Cyclone Burevi: Dilapidated Church's Wall Collapses Due To Strong Winds In Rameswaram

    Several areas in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu have been raining heavily due to the Cyclone Burevi since Friday, December 4. In the video, a dilapidated church building had collapsed due to strong winds in Dhanushkodi near Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. The India Meteorological Department said that the deep depression of Cyclone Burevi has weakened over the Gulf of Mannar...

    • a month ago
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    After Burevi, Cyclone 'Arnab' may hit TN

    Chennai: A few days after cyclone Burevi and Nivar hit Indian coastal regions, Tamil Nadu could be hit by a new cyclone named 'Arnab'. Contrary to what one would think at first, the name 'Arnab' has nothing to do with the news anchor caught in controversies. The name was rather part of a list containing 169 names suggested by various countries like Myanmar, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. ...

    • a month ago
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    Cyclone Burevi to dissipate on Tuesday; Kerala likely to receive rain for two days

    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state is likely to receive isolated rainfall for the next two days. The weakened Cyclone Burevi will dissipate on Tuesday as it has remained practically still over the Gulf of Mannar region for more than 48 hours now. With the low pressure subsiding, the southern districts of Kerala will receive rain. Thundershowers are also expected today...

    • a month ago
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    Cyclone Burevi weakens over the Gulf of Mannar

    Cyclone Burevi has weakened at the well-marked low-pressure area over the Gulf of Mannar, the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) of Chennai said on Sunday. Cyclone Burevi has weakened at the well-marked low-pressure area over the Gulf of Mannar, the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) of Chennai said on Sunday. RMC further tweeted, "The sky condition is likely to be generally cloudy. Few...

    • a month ago
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    Cyclone Burevi: Parts of Thoothukudi witness waterlogging following rains

    Parts of Thoothukudi witnessed waterlogging following rainfall in the city in the wake of Cyclone Burevi, on Saturday. Parts of Thoothukudi witnessed waterlogging following rainfall in the city in the wake of Cyclone Burevi, on Saturday. "We have engaged 141 motor pumps and 12 sullage tankers through Thoothukudi Corporation to pump out the water," said Senthil...

    • 2 months ago
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    Cyclone Burevi: Greater Chennai Corporation to serve food to 26 lakhs displaced by storm

    Image Source : PTI Cyclone Burevi: Greater Chennai Corporation to serve food to 26 lakhs displaced by storm (Representational Image) The Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) will dish out hot food thrice a day to 26 lakh people displaced by the torrential rains. The food would be delivered to the 26 lakh slum-dwellers here from December 6 to 13, said GCC...

    • 2 months ago
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    Tamil Nadu: Seven killed due to heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Burevi

    The government announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each for the families. Seven people have died in Tamil Nadu due to heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Burevi, The Times of India reported on Saturday. The storm, which had weakened into a depression, also damaged huts and uprooted several trees and polls. The Tamil Nadu government announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each...

    • 2 months ago
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    Tamil Nadu: 7 killed in rain-related incidents in aftermath of Cyclone Burevi

    Heavy rains accompanying cyclone Burevi, which weakened into a depression on Friday, claimed as many seven lives in Tamil Nadu. The state government has announced Rs 10 lakh as compensation for the families of the victims. In addition, 11 senior ministers have been tasked with inspecting cyclone-affected areas and coordinating rescue and relief work. According to...

    • 2 months ago

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