India’s Monsoon Delay Likely to Hit Crop Output

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “India’s Monsoon Delay Likely to Hit Crop Output” – below is their description. Jul.05 — India Meteorological Department Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra discusses how the monsoon delay could impact agricultural operations in India such as like sowing, transplantation of crops and irrigation scheduling. He spoke to … Read more India’s Monsoon Delay Likely to Hit Crop Output

Cyclone Yaas: 1 Million Evacuated as Storm Nears Covid-Ravaged India

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Cyclone Yaas: 1 Million Evacuated as Storm Nears Covid-Ravaged India” – below is their description. Cyclone Yaas is set to slam into India early on Wednesday, the second in less than two weeks, with authorities evacuating more than one million people at a time when the nation … Read more Cyclone Yaas: 1 Million Evacuated as Storm Nears Covid-Ravaged India

India’s West Coast Braces for Cyclone Tauktae Amid Virus Woes

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “India’s West Coast Braces for Cyclone Tauktae Amid Virus Woes” – below is their description. A cyclone is set to hit the western coast of India — the country’s industrialized belt with big refineries and ports — on Tuesday morning, prompting authorities already grappling with a deadly … Read more India’s West Coast Braces for Cyclone Tauktae Amid Virus Woes

Rains, rough seas hit India’s southern coast as cyclone Tauktae intensifies

Global News published this video item, entitled “Rains, rough seas hit India’s southern coast as cyclone Tauktae intensifies” – below is their description. Coastal areas of India’s southern Kerala state faced ravaging pre-storm winds and heavy rains on Saturday. The meteorological department issued a red alert in five districts of the state in the wake … Read more Rains, rough seas hit India’s southern coast as cyclone Tauktae intensifies

Heavy monsoon rains trigger flood chaos across India

Heavy monsoonal rains across India have triggered floods and landslides, killing as many as 868 people across several states. The season lasts from June to September and wreaks havoc across South Asia every year. The flooding in recent days has seen houses swept away and agricultural crops destroyed in various regions. Millions have been affected, … Read more Heavy monsoon rains trigger flood chaos across India

Cyclone Amphan Leaves Trail of Destruction in Kolkata, India

Cyclone Amphan battered the east Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal on May 20, leaving a path of destruction and at least a dozen people dead. A further eight people were reported to have died in neighboring Bangladesh. This footage shows debris and uprooted trees on Bidhan Sarani, a main road in Kolkata. In … Read more Cyclone Amphan Leaves Trail of Destruction in Kolkata, India

Millions Evacuated From India, Bangladesh as Cyclone Nears Making Landfall

Authorities in India and Bangladesh evacuated millions of people as Cyclone Amphan, the biggest cyclonic storm in 2 decades, made landfall. Amphan, now equivalent of a category 3 hurricane after weakening from category 5, crossed the coasts of India and Bangladesh on Wednesday, according to the India Meteorological Department. Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd. has … Read more Millions Evacuated From India, Bangladesh as Cyclone Nears Making Landfall

Cyclone Amphan Crashes Into India and Bangladesh Forcing Millions to Evacuate

Authorities along India’s east coast and neighboring Bangladesh evacuated millions to safer places and shut some factories as the biggest cyclonic storm in two decades makes landfall, causing heavy rain and strong winds in the region. Amphan, now equivalent of a category 3 hurricane after weakening from category 5, crossed the coasts of India and … Read more Cyclone Amphan Crashes Into India and Bangladesh Forcing Millions to Evacuate

Cyclone Amphan: India Warns of ‘Disastrous Wind,’ Urges Residents to Find ‘Safe Place’

The biggest cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal in about two decades has slightly weakened before hitting the coasts of India and Bangladesh on Wednesday, with authorities making preparations to evacuate more than 5 million people to safer places. Cyclone Amphan, equivalent of a category 4 hurricane at present, is expected to have a … Read more Cyclone Amphan: India Warns of ‘Disastrous Wind,’ Urges Residents to Find ‘Safe Place’

Biggest Storm in 2 Decades Spurs India And Bangladesh, Evacuate Millions

The biggest cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal in about two decades may likely weaken as it hits coasts of India and Bangladesh late on Wednesday, with authorities making preparations to evacuate more than 5 million people to safer places. Cyclone Amphan, equivalent of a category 5 hurricane, is expected to attain a sustained … Read more Biggest Storm in 2 Decades Spurs India And Bangladesh, Evacuate Millions

India: Severe Weather Warning for Cyclone “Phet”

Cyclone Phet is threatening severe weather of the coast of India in the Arabian Sea. A severe weather warning from the Indian Meteorological Department was issued on June 3rd 2010 and is as follows: Heavy Rainfall Warning Isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall will occur over Assam & Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh over the next … Read more India: Severe Weather Warning for Cyclone “Phet”

Sri Lanka & India: Cyclone Laila Displaces over 100,000

Eighty lakhs of rupees have been released by the Sri Lankan President for the provision of flood relief in Gampaha, Kalutara, Colombo, Ratnapura, Kegalle, Galle and Matara districts as Cyclone Laila passes through the Bay of Bengal. Pre-monsoon rain has affected more than 100,000 people in Sri Lanka and India. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa … Read more Sri Lanka & India: Cyclone Laila Displaces over 100,000