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Major depression in Arabian Sea further intensifies; Heavy rain likely in South Kerala, lakshadweep

All India Radio Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Major depression in Arabian Sea further intensifies; Heavy rain likely in South Kerala, lakshadweepThe depression over southeast Arabian sea and adjoining Equatorial Indian ocean has moved further north and is very likely to intensify into a Deep Depression in the next 12 hours.It lay centred southwest of Thiruvananthapuram.
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