“Steps should be taken to prevent breaches to tanks and help in effectively dealing with the situation arising from floods, if any.
All the necessary relief and rehabilitation measures in Chittoor and Nellore districts are underway,” the chief minister’s office tweeted.10.00 am: Flight operations resume at Tirupati Airport after it was temporarily suspended on Monday.9.00 am: Cyclone Vardah forms a deep depression over the interior regions of north Tamil Nadu and it will weaken in the next six hours, says NDMA.
A day after Cyclone ‘Vardah’ barrelled through parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, the coastal towns of the states are limping back to normalcy with officials monitoring the rescue and rehabilitation operations closely.
We are working continuously to clear,” they say.12.30 pm: Expect heavy rains in north Tamil Nadu, neighbouring districts in Karnataka and north Kerala over the next 12 hours, says NDMA.They have classified the storm as a “well-marked low pressure area” over Tamil Nadu.At least 20 people were killed in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh as the ‘very severe’ cyclone ripped through India’s southeast coast.The cyclonic storm is likely to weaken into a depression in the coming hours but wind speed may hover around the 70 km/hour mark, the director of the Regional Meteorological Centre in Chennai S Stella told IANS.Seeing the sexy girlfriend enjoying sex to the core with her boyfriend will make you horny.
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S Balachandran, the director of the Chennai-based Area Cyclone Warning Centre, said the tropical storm will dump “heavy to very heavy rain” in many places of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, including its capital city which was battered by devastating floods in December last year.
Follow the live updates: pm: National Disaster Management Authority tweets that cyclone system will weaken into a depression in the next three hours. pm: PM Narendra Modi tweets his prayers for those suffering from cyclone Vardah, and says the Centre is working towards helping them.
Officials said the Cyclone Vardah – meaning red rose – was the most intense storm to have hit Chennai in two decades and packed windspeed of upto 140 kmph at its peak.
Though the Chennai airport was re-opened for traffic on Tuesday, the Tamil Nadu government ordered all educational institutions be kept shut for the second day in Chennai, Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur districts.
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