Cyclone Bulbul may intensify, likely to move towards West Bengal
A cyclonic storm formed over the Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a severe cyclonic storm over the next 24 hours and set to move towards West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts, skirting Odisha. The maximum sustained windspeed within and around the area of cyclone 'Bulbul' had been recorded 70 to 80 km per hour, with gusts up to 90 kmph.
Cyclone Bulbul wreaks havoc in Odisha, trees uprooted
The severe cyclonic storm Bulbul hit Odisha’s Kendrapada district on Nov 09. Due to sev...
Cyclone Bulbul inflicted a loss of Rs 28,000 cr in West Bengal
Cyclone Bulbul inflicted a loss of Rs 28,000 cr in West Bengal.State Govt. has...
Cyclone Bulbul: Death toll rises to 12 in Bangladesh, five fishermen missing
Around 6,000 homes were partially or fully damaged. No major damage was reported in camps in southeastern Bangladesh where hundreds of thousands of refugees from neighbouring Myanmar are living.
Cyclone Bulbul: Death toll reaches 6 in West Bengal
At least six persons have died due to cyclone 'Bulbul' in West Bengal where around 2,97,000 people have been affected due to the cyclonic st...
Cyclone Bulbul: Modi, Shah speak to Mamata, assure central help
The home minister said 10 teams of the National Disaster Response Force had been deployed in West Bengal and six teams in Odisha.Additional 18 teams of NDRF have been kept on standby, he added.
Cyclone Bulbul: PM Modi speaks to Mamata Banerjee, assures assistance
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held talks with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee regarding Cyclone Bulbul and assured her o...
7 killed as cyclone 'Bulbul' disrupts normal life in Bengal
Weathermen said that gale wind at a speed of 80 to 90 kmph was prevailing along and off the coastal and adjoining districts of West and East Midnapore, South and North 24 Parganas in the evening of Saturday and was likely to increase gradually to 110 to 120 kmph with gusts up to 135 kmph.
Cyclone Bulbul: Rainfall, strong winds hit Odisha's Bhadrak
Cyclone Bulbul made a landfall in Odisha's Bhadrak today (Nov 9). Rainfall along with strong wind wreaked havoc in the district. Several tre...
Cyclone ‘Bulbul’ likely to move towards West Bengal coast: IMD Bhubaneswar
India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director HR Biswas said that cyclone ‘Bulbul’ is laying over northwest Bay of Bengal moving towards We...
Cyclone Bulbul: IndiGo cancels flights, offers alternate arrangements to passengers
"The peak hour of the cyclone is expected from 10 PM Saturday until 4 AM Sunday. All the passengers of the affected domestic flights are being notified and alternate arrangements being offered,"the low-cost carrier said in a statement. With around 48 per cent share in the domestic air passenger market, IndiGo is the largest airline in India.
Operations at Kolkata airport suspended for 12 hours due to cyclone 'Bulbul'
Severe cyclone 'Bulbul' at 1430 hours Saturday lay about 90 km south-southeast of Digha, 85 km south of Sagar Islands and 185 km Southeast of Kolkata. Heavy to extremely heavy rainfall, accompanied by winds reaching up to 120 kmph and tidal waves up to one to two metre.
Cyclone 'Bulbul' intensifies; rain pounds parts of WB, Odisha
Cyclone 'Bulbul', currently moving at a speed of 13 kmph, may intensify further by Saturday, Biswas said. It is unlikely to make a landfall in Odisha, but the state should brace for heavy to very heavy rainfall in its coastal and northern districts in the next two days, HR Biswas, the director of Bhubaneswar Meteorological Centre, said.
Cyclone 'Bulbul': Expected landfall on Nov 9, coastal districts on alert, says Odisha SRC
Odisha Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep Jena on November 08 informed that expected landfall of Cyclone 'Bulbul' on November 09 and the la...
Cyclone 'Bulbul' to bring heavy rain; West Bengal, Odisha prepare to face calamity
With the cyclone 'Bulbul' over the Bay of Bengal set to intensify into a very severe cyclonic storm, triggering heavy rain in parts of Odish...
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