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Cyclone Titli updates: Cyclonic storm kills 2 in Andhra's Srikakulam, one person injured; no casualties in Odisha

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Cyclone Titli LIVE updates: According to Odisha chief secretary A Padhi, the government has managed to adhere to its goal of zero casualties in the face of the natural calamity. After chairing a meeting of state officials, Padhi said that Ganjam has seen the most damage and an exact assessment can be made only after strong winds subside.
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News video: Titli Cyclone से Andhra के Srikakulam में जड़ से उ

▶ Titli Cyclone से Andhra के Srikakulam में जड़ से उ 00:51

Cyclone Titli: Many trees uproots in Srikakulam of Andhra Pradesh, power supply affected.

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