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Assam ramps up its preparations for cyclone Remal's impact

IndiaTimes Sunday, 26 May 2024
The Assam government is taking proactive measures to protect citizens from Cyclone 'Remal', expected to bring heavy rainfall and strong winds. The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) has increased preparedness in collaboration with other departments and agencies. NDRF teams are positioned in key locations, and various departments are ensuring readiness for potential impacts.
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News video: Cyclone Remal: IMD Issues Red Alerts for Bengal & Northeast | Heavy Rains, Wind Speeds Upto 135 kmph

Cyclone Remal: IMD Issues Red Alerts for Bengal & Northeast | Heavy Rains, Wind Speeds Upto 135 kmph 03:03

Cyclone Remal is fast approaching with severe weather expected to hit Bengal and the Northeast. The IMD has issued red alerts, predicting several regions' heavy rains and strong winds. Schools in Tripura are closed, and the NDRF is on standby. Please tune in for the latest updates on Cyclone Remal,...

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