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Cyclone Nivar: Army deploys 14 rescue teams in Tamil Nadu
According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), wind speed is expected to be 120 to 130 km per hour during this period.
New Delhi: Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, has been raining heavily for the past 24 hours. Preventing storm is about 350 km from Chennai. The Cyclone Warning Center in Chennai has given this information. It is being told that Nivaran is in the southeast region and it is moving rapidly in the north-west direction.
At the same time, the government and NDRF teams have become cautious in view of the danger of the storm. People in coastal areas are also prohibited from venturing out of the house.
Wind speed 120 to 130 kmph
Explain that the threat of cyclonic storm prevention in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry is looming. Severe cyclonic storm formation in the Bay of Bengal could hit the coast between Mamallapuram and Karaikal late this evening. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), wind speed is expected to be 120 to 130 km per hour during this period.
Continuation of rains continues in many areas of Tamil Nadu. Also, high waves are also rising in the sea. Several flights have been canceled amidst the storm, while the railways have also canceled several trains. Keep refreshing this page for updates related to cyclonic storm prevention.
A cyclonic storm may hit the coast between Mamallapuram and Karaikal late this evening.
Cyclone Nivar: the coastal areas evacuated
The coastal areas of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry have been evacuated due to cyclonic storm prevention alerts. Also, fishermen have been banned from going to sea shore.
In Tamil Nadu, bus service has been suspended in 7 districts in view of the increasing threat of storm prevention. People are being appealed not to come out of the houses and stay safe.