Cyclone Amphan: Over 4 lakh evacuated in Bengal, 1 lakh in Odisha as the two states brace for the landfall later today
As per the latest data released by the Indian Meteorological Department, the Cyclone Amphan is presently about 125 km away from the Odisha port city of Paradip, 240 km South of Digha and 395 km south west of Khepupara.
From Fani, Titli, Gaja, Kerala floods to Karnataka: Here is how the Modi government has responded to natural disasters
Every time a natural calamity strikes, the Modi government is blamed for not giving enough money for disaster relief - how true is this?
Throughout its election campaign in the state, BJD had maintained that it will retain its 2014 clean sweep of Lok Sabha seats in the state and will play a decisive role in forming the next government at the centre.
After the storm: The devastation by Cyclone Fani also raises some questions Naveen Patnaik must answer
In view of the request for central assistance following cyclone Fani, a few questions that the Odisha government must answer.
Broken trees, mobile towers, wretched electric poles and debris lay scattered on roads of Puri and Bhubaneswar as a category 4 cyclone named "Fani" ripped through the Odisha coast in the early hours of 3rd May.
Cyclone Fani has devastated Odisha's Raghurajpur, the village famous for Pattachitra art.
PM Modi has stated that Mamata Banerjee is playing politics over Cyclone Fani. The West Bengal CM has refused to talk on the phone or hold a review meeting.
As PM Modi meets Naveen Patnaik today, reports state that the West Bengal government have declined PMO's request for a review meeting on Cyclone Fani stating that the state officials are busy in election duty. Earlier, Mamata Banerjee had avoided PM's phone call over the same.
The image of Cyclone Hudhud hit Visakhapatnam airport used as photo of Cyclone Fani hit Bhubaneshwar airport by Times of India
The West Bengal CM said that while Modi spoke to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik over the phone, he did not bother calling her.
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