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Watch: Rooftop of school blown away by strong winds due to cyclone 'Amphan' in Howrah

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Watch: Rooftop of school blown away by strong winds due to cyclone 'Amphan' in Howrah

Watch: Rooftop of school blown away by strong winds due to cyclone 'Amphan' in Howrah

Rooftop of a school in Howrah was blown away by strong winds as cyclone 'Amphan' hit the state on May 20.

Cyclone Amphan crossed West Bengal-Bangladesh coasts between Digha (WB) and Hatiya Islands (Bangladesh) close to Sundarbans.


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