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Cyclone Vardah weakens, to hit TN coast tomorrow

South coastal Andhra Pradesh braces for cyclone ‘Vardah’

VISAKHAPATNAM: The very severe cyclonic storm ‘Vardah’ over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal moved westwards and lay centred over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal a... The Hindu, 2 months ago

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Depression turns Cyclonic storm, likely to become severe

The depression over southeast Bay of Bengal in Andaman and Nicobar Islands developed into a deep depression and intensified into a cyclonic storm "Vardah." The system is very likely to intensify into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24 hours and it is ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Alert! Cyclone Vardah to slam into Andhra coast on Dec 12  Rediff.com2 months ago Depression readies to leave Andaman & Nicobar Islands  Business Line2 months ago Depression turns Cyclonic storm, may make landfall on Andhra coast  Mathrubhumi2 months ago

Cyclone ‘Nada’ weakens

VISAKHAPATNAM: Cyclonic storm ‘Nada’ over south-west Bay of Bengal has weakened into a deep depression and lay centred at about 90 km east- south-east of Karaikal in Tamil Nadu. The system is very lik...
 The Hindu2 months ago Navy on alert as Cyclone Nada builds up over south west Bay of Bengal  catchnews.com2 months ago Met declares formation of cyclone 'Nada' in Bay of Bengal  Business Line2 months ago Navy on alert for "Cyclone Nada" relief efforts  Business Standard2 months ago

No stampede at Gangasagar, PMO's tweet against fed structure: WB minister

Claiming some pilgrims at Gangasagar died due to natural causes and not in a stampede, a West Bengal minister today said the PMO coming up with a tweet in this regard without confirming with the state government is "against the federal structure of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago WB: One killed in stampede in Gangasagar Mela  Sify1 month ago

WB: Six killed, ten injured in Gangasagar Mela stampede

(West Bengal) [India], Jan.15 (ANI): At least six people were killed and 15 others suffered grievous injuries on Sunday during a stampede that took place in West Bengal's South24 Parganas area. The stampede took place near Gangasagar on jetty number 5 of ...
 Sify1 month ago

Cyclone Vardah batters south India coast killing four| Reuters

CHENNAI, India A cyclone barrelled into the southeast coast of India on Monday, killing at least four people and bringing down trees and power lines as authorities moved tens of thousands of people from low-lying areas.Cyclone Vardah moved west over the Bay ...
 First Post.com2 months ago AP govt braces to face cyclone Vardah  Rediff.com2 months ago Cyclone Vardah: NDRF closely monitoring situation, teams on standby  Sify2 months ago Chennai, Puducherry brace to face Cyclone Vardah  Sify2 months ago

#Notebandi: India's fisherfolk stare at a dark future

Distress sales, market closures and anchoring of fishing fleets have been reported from West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. A particular hammer blow appears to have been dealt by the new Rs 2,000 note because there is no change to return, reports Mukta Patil/IndiaSpend. IMAGE: A typical Goan fish market brought to life by the late cartoonist, Mario Miranda. Photograph: Rediff Archives Gangu Kundaikar is a small-framed, sari-clad woman who rises at 3 am every day, wraps a cloth ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Navy on standby to evacuate 1,400 tourists from cyclone-hit south Andaman

Around 1,400 tourists are stranded on Havelock and Neil islands in south Andaman due to cyclonic weather conditions and the Navy has pressed into service four ships to evacuate them. The islands, some 40km from Port Blair, have been hit the most by the storm, caused by a depression currently centred 300km south-southwest of Port Blair, which is likely to develop into a cyclone in 48 hours and head west towards Andhra. Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said all tourists at Havelock ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 1,400 stranded tourists in Andamans may be rescued tomorrow: Official  Deccan Herald2 months ago

How the Indian Navy destroyed the Ghazi

The sinking of the Pakistan submarine Ghazi just before the 1971 War has remained an enigma for 45 years.As The Ghazi Attack releases nationwide on February 17,'s Vipin Vijayan dives deep into the naval mystery.   IMAGE: The USS Diablo (AGSS-479) that went to be rechristened as the PNS Ghazi. Photograph: Lieutenant Commander Tomme J Lambertson (retd)/US Navy The S-130 submarine was the crown jewel of the Pakistan navy. Having spent nearly two decades scanning the depths for the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Cyclone Vardah wreaks havoc in Tamil Nadu, Met dept issues further warnings

The Indian Meteorological Department has sent an urgent circular to the chief secretaries of five states - Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal, Telangana and Tamil Nadu - and the Union Territory of Puducherry, calling on them to take immediate measures to ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Tamil Nadu CM reviews 'Cyclone Vardah' preparations  Sify2 months ago Cyclone Vardah: Ennore, Palaverkadu residents asked to move to safer places  Sify2 months ago
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