At least three people dead as howling winds and waves the height of double-decker buses belt eastern India in the Covid-stricken country's second cyclone in as many weeks.
Cyclone Yaas is set to turn into a “very severe cyclonic storm” on east coast, likely to come ashore near the border between Odisha and West Bengal states early on Wednesday.
A major new storm is brewing in Bay of Bengal off India’s east coast as cyclones in the densely populated region become both more frequent and stronger due to climate change causing warmer sea temperatures.
At least 91 people have been killed after Cyclone Tauktae hit the country's western coast as Navy ships continue the search for the missing people.
Pummeling India’s western coast, Cyclone Tauktae has been the latest in what experts say is a growing number of ever-bigger storms in the Arabian Sea because of climate change warming its waters.
At least 33 people are dead and more than 90 are missing after a monster Cyclone Tauktae slammed India, compounding the country's woes as it posted a new record number of Covid-19 deaths in 24 hours.
A monster cyclone battered swathes of the vast nation, sending huge waves crashing onto its shores, turning streets into rivers and forcing hundreds of thousands to flee.
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