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Cyclone Hudhud death toll climbs to 41 as India struggles to restore order
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India's Damage From Hudhud Could Cost Insurers Up to $400M

Cyclone Hudhud, which hit India's east coast last week, probably cost insurers $100 million to $400 million, modeling firm AIR Worldwide said. The storm damaged transportation infrastructure, power supply systems and more than 40,000 homes, the ... Claims Journal, 1 day ago
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India braces as cyclone Hudhud hurtles towards east coast

VISAKHAPATNAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Volunteers, disaster management officials and aid workers conducted mock evacuation drills in hundreds of villages along the east coast on Friday as a powerful cyclone approached, threatening devastation to ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago India calls for building SAARC power grid  The Statesman1 week ago Colouring the character of a city  Bangkok Post3 days ago Eastern India braces for powerful Cyclone Hudhud  Himalayan times2 weeks ago
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Cyclone Hudhud weakens into deep depression over East UP towards South West of Varanasi

The cyclone Hudhud which has crossed the coast of Andhra Pradesh is now weakened into deep depression over East Uttar Pradesh towards South West of Varanasi. The MET department has predicted that the cyclone is expected to move towards North East direction.
 News on Air1 week ago Thousands still marooned in cyclone-hit Rambilli  Times of India1 week ago Hudhud effect: East MP may face heavy shower, gale fury  Times of India1 week ago Hudhud batters AP, Odisha coasts; 6 die  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Shipwrecked sailors on way home from China

Twelve of 17 Indian crew members who were detained by China last month after their ship sank off the east coast of China have been released after negotiations with the Indian government and are on their way back home. However, there is a question mark over ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Here's China's Latest Tactic To Take A Disputed Island Chain From Japan  Business Insider2 days ago Don't see China as a rival, US to India  Deccan Herald2 months ago Is Your China Manufacturing Business Ready for Next Year's Flood of Cheaper Vietnamese Products?  China Briefing4 days ago

Navayuga in talks with global giants to sell power stake

HYDERABAD: Navayuga Power, a unit of CVR Group that operates the largest private port on India's east coast, is in talks with several global power producers and equipment makers to sell a significant stake in its power assets. Navayuga is in the ...
 Economic Times4 days ago

Remnants of Hudhud adds nip to Delhi air

Remnants of the cyclone Hudhud over India's east coast pulled the mercury significantly down in the national capital as it witnessed sporadic showers which led to a nip in the air.'Traces' of rainfall were witnessed in Safdarjung, Lodhi Road, Ridge, Palam and Ayanagar areas between 8.30 pm yesterday and 8.30 am today," said MeT department officials.The Safdarjung observatory recorded 1.6 mm rainfall today around 2.30 PM while areas under Lodhi Road, Ridge, Palam and Ayanagar remained dry."The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Cyclone effect felt as pollution surges in Delhi  Times of India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

In pics Hudhud takes India by storm

Cyclone Hudhud hit Indias east coast with monstrous ferocity on Sunday killing at least six people and leaving behind a trail of destruction in Andhra Pradesh and neighbouring Odisha
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Cyclone Hudhud blasts India's east coast, at least five dead  Reuters2 weeks ago

Cyclone hits east coast, four killed in Andhra, Odisha

Cyclonic storm Hudhud hit the Andhra Pradesh coast Sunday, triggering heavy rains and strong gales, which wrecked havoc in the state's coastal region killing three people while one more death was reported from neighbouring Odisha.The heavy downpour ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Heavy rains lash parts of Odisha, over 45,000 people evacuated  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Cyclone Hudhud Makes Landfall North of Visakhapatnam – 12 Oct 14

The eye of very severe cyclonic storm Hudhud crossed the East coast of india at INS Kalinga, North of Vishakhapatnam, between Vishakhapatnam and Bheemilipatnam today (12 Oct 14) at about 1130 hrs. The cyclone had been moving at a speed of approx 20 kmph with ...
 PIB1 week ago
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Armed cargo ships along India's coast pose security threat

Commercial ships with armed men on board, which navigate along India’s territorial waters, pose a threat to the country’s security, a senior Coast Guard official said on Thursday. “A major challenge in the recent times is the large number of commercial ships that have armed men on board for security of these vessels (which) pose a threat to our coastal regions and the national security, as they do not declare the weaponry on board, if they are not calling on Indian ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Men deployed with arms in commercial ships poising threat to India'  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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