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Cyclone Nisarga: Restoration work by NDRF underway in Maharashtra

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Cyclone Nisarga: Restoration work by NDRF underway in Maharashtra

Cyclone Nisarga: Restoration work by NDRF underway in Maharashtra

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel are carrying out restoration work in Alibaug following cyclone Nisarga on June 04.

Restoration work is also underway in Ratnagiri.

Trees were uprooted after cyclone Nisarga hit the coastal region of Maharashtra on June 03.

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