Cyclone Titli

Updated: 10/19/2018 2:14:07 AM
The death toll in Odisha due to Cyclone Titli and subsequent floods have reached 57 due to landslides, wall-collapse incidents, and drowning, the Special Relief Commission (SRC) said on Thursday.
The Commission further said that at least 10 people are still missing in the wake of the natural calamity that hit the state.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 10/17/2018 1:43:51 AM
The number of deaths in cyclone Titli, which made a landfall on October 11, and the subsequent flood in Odisha has risen to 27. A total of 360,353 people were evacuated and sheltered in 1,614 relief centres.
Millions of people have been affected in Odisha mainly in the worst-hit districts of Ganjam, Gajapati, and Rayagada, and thousands of houses were damaged in Andhra Pradesh.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 10/14/2018 3:03:39 AM
At least 12 people were killed in a landslide triggered by cyclone Titli-induced heavy rain in Odisha's Gajapati district, raising the death toll due to the deadly storm to 15 in the state, officials said today.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 10/11/2018 3:16:53 AM
Oman has closed schools and ports in the southern part of the country while Yemen’s local authorities prepared health facilities ahead of cyclone Luban.
Health authorities in Yemen’s western province of Mahrah took precautionary measures and have called on hospitals, medical staff and emergency services to be on alert.
Residents in the area have been told to stay in safe places and to avoid valleys and other areas likely to flood in anticipation of severe weather in the coming hours.
Source: DORRIS
Updated: 10/11/2018 3:14:50 AM
8 people have died in Srikakulam and Vijayanagaram districts due to #CycloneTitli. Power supply and communication systems are affected in both districts. Coastal villages are cut off from the mainland as the roads are damaged: news agency ANI
Source: DORRIS

Published Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The MeT office on Wednesday upgraded cyclone Titli to a ‘very severe cyclonic storm’ and warned that the wind speed may go up to 145 km per hour. The weather office added the landfall is expected on October 11 in Odisha and adjoining north Andhra Pradesh coasts between Gopalpur and Kalingapatnam.
Source: DORRIS