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Cyclone 'Amphan' batters West Bengal, leaves at least 2 dead

DNA Wednesday, 20 May 2020 ()
The cyclone crossed West Bengal-Bangladesh coast between Digha and Hatiya Islands across Sunderbans near between 3:30 pm and 5-30 pm with wind speed of 155-165 gusting to 185 kmph.
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News video: Fierce wind and rain from Cyclone Amphan batters Kolkata

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Cyclone Amphan has smashed into the city of Kolkata in India's West Bengal state. Eyewitness video from local residents and supplied with permission to Newsflare shows strong and dangerous winds.

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