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Cyclone Amphan aftermath: Focus shifts on quick restoration of basic services in Bengal and Odisha; Centre rushes additional NDRF teams

IndiaTimes Thursday, 21 May 2020 ()
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News video: Cyclone Amphan: CM Mamata monitors situation from emergency operation centre

Cyclone Amphan: CM Mamata monitors situation from emergency operation centre 01:06

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is monitoring situation from Nabanna's emergency operation centre as landfall process of cylone Amphan commenced. The forward sector of the wall cloud region is entering into land in West Bengal, according to India Meteorological Department. Multiple NDRF...

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