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Fishing boats are anchored at a sea shore in the aftermath of Cyclone Nisarga, in Navi Mumbai.

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Vehicles ply on a waterlogged street following heavy rainfall, in the aftermath of Cyclone Nisarga, at Uran in Navi Mumbai.

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A wave strikes at boulders at the Ullala beach as rough conditions remain in the sea owing to Cyclone Nisarga, near Mangaluru.

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An auto-rickshaw damaged after a tree fell on it due to cyclone Nisarga, in Thane.

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Vehicles ply on Eastern Express highway during rain in the aftermath of cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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A car damaged after a tree fell on it due to Cyclone Nisarga, in Thane.

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Workers try to remove an uprooted tree that fell on a house due to rains and gusty winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Thane. Cyclone Nisarga which spared Mumbai after it made landfall near adjoining Alibaug is now a depression over west Vidarbha region in Maharashtra and will weaken further.

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Destruction and damage caused by cyclone Nisarga, at Chinchwad in Pune. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Maharashtra's coastal town of Alibag, around 100 kilometers (60 miles) south of Mumbai, on Wednesday afternoon.

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Passersby look at a bus that skidded on the Western Express highway during heavy rain, in Santacruz, Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Maharashtra's coastal town of Alibag, around 100 kilometers (60 miles) south of Mumbai, on Wednesday afternoon.

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Municipal workers use a bulldozer to clear uprooted trees from a road that fell during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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Workers clear an uprooted tree that fell on a road after rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai. The cyclonic storm Nisarga made landfall on the Maharashtra coast near Alibaugh at around 1 pm.

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A tree fell on a house after rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Maharashtra's coastal town of Alibag, around 100 kilometers south of Mumbai, on Wednesday afternoon.

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A house damaged during Cyclone Nisarga, at Roha in Raigad. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Maharashtra's coastal town of Alibag, around 100 kilometers south of Mumbai, on Wednesday afternoon.

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Workers clear uprooted trees from a road following rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Alibag in Navi Mumbai.

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A tree fell on a house after rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Alibag in Navi Mumbai.

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Workers clear uprooted trees from a road at Model colony following rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Pune city.

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Food carts lie turtle on a road following rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Alibag in Navi Mumbai.

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A scooterist rides on a road covered with fruits and branches fallen from trees during rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Alibag in Navi Mumbai.

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A man hold his umbrella and walk against high wind in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall Wednesday south of India's financial capital of Mumbai, with storm surge threatening to flood beaches and low-lying slums as city authorities struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

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A man hold his umbrella and walk against wind in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall Wednesday south of India's financial capital of Mumbai, with storm surge threatening to flood beaches and low-lying slums as city authorities struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

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A corporation worker works to clear an uprooted tree that fell on a road during Cyclone Nisarga at Juinagar in Navi Mumbai.

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Airplanes parked the airport in Mumbai. As per the India Meteorological Department, the Cyclone Nisarga, which was expected to move towards Mumbai-Thane-Palghar, has apparently veered off to the east and moved towards Pune.

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A man walks past an uprooted tree during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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Policewoman stand guard at Mora Jetty during Cyclone Nisarga, in Navi Mumbai.

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Residents of Geeta Nagar slum move to safer place during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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People residing near coastal areas of Colaba being evacuated during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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Residents of Geeta Nagar slum take shelter at a safer place during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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The FedEx MD-11 plane skids off the runway while landing during heavy rain, as severe cyclonic storm Nisarga made landfall, at Mumbai Airport.

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Workers clear an uprooted tree that fell on a road after rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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Municipal workers use a bulldozer to clear uprooted trees from a road that fell during Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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A woman walking on a road during a storm due to Cyclone Nisarga at Bandra in Mumbai.

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Workers clear a tree that fell on a road due to rains and strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, in Thane. .

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A sea-wave strikes at a vessel near Mirya embankment during Cyclone Nisarga at Ratnagiri Narmada Cement Port in Ratnagiri.

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Sea water enters a locality at Dapoli during Cyclone Nisarga in Ratnagiri.

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Mumbai skyline is seen during a cyclone in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall Wednesday south of India's financial capital of Mumbai, with storm surge threatening to flood beaches and low-lying slums as city authorities struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

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Damaged hoardings due to strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Bandra Reclamation in Mumbai.

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The Bandra–Worli Sea Link is seen closed during a cyclone in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall Wednesday south of India's financial capital of Mumbai, with storm surge threatening to flood beaches and low-lying slums as city authorities struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

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A boy walks in a school building where he along with his family was shifted to in the wake of a cyclone in Mumbai.

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Workers clear a tree that fell on a road due to strong winds triggered by Cyclone Nisarga, at Sion in Mumbai. The cyclonic storm Nisarga made landfall on the Maharashtra coast near Alibaugh at around 1 pm.

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Fishermen move to a safer place after Cyclone Nisarga made landfall, at Uttam in Thane. Nisarga blew in from the Arabian Sea, making landfall at the coastal town Alibaug.

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Fishermen pull their boats as they move to a safer place after Cyclone Nisarga made landfall, at Uttam in Thane.

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Fishermen pull a boat as they move to a safer place after Cyclone Nisarga made landfall, at Uttam in Thane. Nisarga blew in from the Arabian Sea, making landfall at the coastal town Alibaug.

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Fishermen row their boat to move to a safer place after Cyclone Nisarga made landfall, at Uttam in Thane. Nisarga blew in from the Arabian Sea, making landfall at the coastal town Alibaug.

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National Disaster Response team (NDRF) personnel stand by at Chapli Sheri beach as Cyclone Nisarga moves to make landfall, in Daman. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Alibaug on the Maharashtra coast today.

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Fishing boats are anchored at a harbour as Cyclone Nisarg makes landfall, at Chapli Sheri beach in Daman. Cyclone Nisarga made landfall near Alibaug on the Maharashtra coast today.

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In this satellite image taken on 10:30 IST shows Intense Convective cloud along the Konkan Coast due to Cyclone Nisarga.

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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel along with Mumbai police evacuate people living along Versova beach ahead of Cyclone Nisarga’s expected landfall, in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga, hovering over the Arabian Sea, is likely to make landfall at the coastal town Alibaug near the megapolis between 1 pm and 4 pm today.

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IAF continues in a heightened state of preparedness to provide required assistance in combating Cyclone Nisarga. On Jun 2, one IAF IL-76 aircraft landed at Surat with 5 NDRF teams, another IL-76 airlifted 5 NDRF teams from Vijayawada for Mumbai.

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A family look for shelter during rainfall ahead of Cyclone Nisarga’s expected landfall, in Navi Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga, hovering over the Arabian Sea, is likely to make landfall at the coastal town Alibaug near the megapolis between 1 pm and 4 pm today.

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Girgaon Chowpatty wears a deserted look as Cyclone Nisarga is expected to make landfall, in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga, hovering over the Arabian Sea, is likely to make landfall at the coastal town Alibaug near the megapolis between 1 pm and 4 pm today.

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A man stands near a shanty built on the edge of the Arabian Sea at Bandra, as the waves turn choppy ahead of Cyclone Nisarga’s expected landfall, in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga, hovering over the Arabian Sea, is likely to make landfall at the coastal town Alibaug near the megapolis between 1 pm and 4 pm today.

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Commuters brave rainfall at Bandra ahead of Cyclone Nisarga’s expected landfall, in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga, hovering over the Arabian Sea, is likely to make landfall at the coastal town Alibaug near the megapolis between 1 pm and 4 pm today.

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Around 1500 citizens evacuated in the view of impending Cyclone Nisarga staying in a shelter in Thal, Alibaug, Raigarh, Maharashtra.

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Marine Drive wears a deserted look before cyclone Nisarga makes landfall in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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A fisherman's family seals up their window before cyclone Nisarga makes landfall in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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Police officers patrol a deserted beach before Cyclone Nisarga makes landfall in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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Fishermen pull their nets out of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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A dog sits by the door of a house whose residents have been evacuated, by the shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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People look on at the sea as they spend their time at a beach off the Arabian Sea before Cyclone Nisarga makes landfall, in Daman. A deep depression over Arabian Sea, which intensified into Cyclone Nisarga on Tuesday noon is expected to make landfall as a severe cyclonic storm in Raigad district today.

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A fisherman folds his casting net at a beach along the shore off the Arabian Sea before Cyclone Nisarga makes landfall, in Daman. A deep depression over Arabian Sea, which intensified into Cyclone Nisarga on Tuesday noon is expected to make landfall as a severe cyclonic storm in Raigad district today.

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A woman watches waves splash on shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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A man sit on a bench as it rains by the shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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A man takes a photograph of a woman by the shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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A municipal employee makes a warning announcement by the shore of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai. A storm in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast intensified into a severe cyclone on Wednesday, gathering speed as it barreled toward India's financial capital of Mumbai. Nisarga was forecast to drop heavy rains and winds gusting up to 120 kilometers per hour when it makes landfall Wednesday afternoon as a category 4 cyclone near the coastal city of Alibagh, about 98 kilometers south of Mumbai, India's Meteorological Department said.

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Firshermen look on after anchoring their boats due to a red alert for Cyclone Nisarga, at Uttan beach in Thane.

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Fire brigade rescue team stationed at Girgaon Chowpatty after a red alert was issued due to the possibility of Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai. Cyclone Nisarga is very likely to intensify into a severe cyclonic storm over the next 12 hours and cross Maharashtra and South Gujarat coast on Wednesday.

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Fishing boats are anchored at Uttan dock ahead of the Cyclone Nisarga, in Thane. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Cyclone ‘Nisarga’ over Eastcentral Arabian Sea moved northwards today and is very likely intensify into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 12 hours.

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Indian Navy rescue team gears up to assist citizens in times of natural calamities ahead of Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Cyclone ‘Nisarga’ over Eastcentral Arabian Sea moved northwards today and is very likely intensify into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 12 hours.

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Juhu Beach wears a deserted look as red alert is issued due to the possibility of Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), deep depression over East-central Arabian Sea is very likely to move nearly northwards during the next few hours, recurve north-northeastwards thereafter and cross north Maharashtra and adjoining south Gujarat coast.

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Fishermen with their boat at Mahim Beach as red alert is issued due to the possibility of Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai.

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An earthmover carries a boat as fishermen prepare at Badhwar Park in Colaba ahead of the Cyclone Nisarga, in Mumbai. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), deep depression over East-central Arabian Sea is very likely to move nearly northwards during the next few hours, recurve north-northeastwards thereafter and cross north Maharashtra and adjoining south Gujarat coast.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah holds a review meeting with the senior officials of NDMA, NDRF, IMD, on preparedness for dealing with Cyclone brewing in Arabian sea, in New Delhi. Minister of State for Home Affairs, Nityanand Rai is also seen.

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This satellite image released by NASA shows Cyclone Nisarga roaring toward the western coast of India. Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) authorities say that the cyclone brewing in the Arabian sea is expected to cross very close to India's western coast on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Maharashtra and Gujarat states are on pre-cyclone alert as heavy rainfall is expected in the region. The city of Mumbai, already overwhelmed with the high incidence of coronavirus cases, is bracing for this unusual cyclone that may inundate low-lying slum areas. (NASA Worldview, Earth Observing System Data and Information System

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Fishermen play cricket following a warning by Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) for them not to enter the Arabian Sea for the next two days as a precaution against cyclone 'Nisarga', at Uttan beach in Thane.

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NDRF personnel work to clear an uprooted tree from a road, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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TMC MP Mimi Chakraborty (L) interacts with an elderly woman while distributing relief materials in a Cyclone Amphan affected area, in Kolkata.

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Shopkeepers dry up soaked books on a road before shifting them to other shops, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Kolkata.

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Shopkeepers dry up soaked garments after opening their shops, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Kolkata.

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Army personnel cut the branches of an uprooted tree to clear the road blockage, in the aftermath of super cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Army personnel pull an uprooted tree to clear the road blockage, in the aftermath of super cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Cyclon Amphan has left thousands without homes and livelihood.

Cyclon Amphan has left thousands without homes and livelihood.

Cyclon Amphan has left thousands without homes and livelihood.

Cyclon Amphan has left thousands without homes and livelihood.

People are now living under a tarpaulin or under open sky, or have taken shelter in nearby areas.

Life has come to a halt in many districts

Cyclone Amphan is one of the fiercist to hit West Bengal in the last 100 years

Electric poles and trees have been uprooted and overhead wires snapped after cyclone made landfall.

Cyclone Amphan has left behind a trail of destruction

Thousands of homes have been damaged

Several houses and roads in the district continue to remain waterlogged.

South 24 Paraganas is one of the worst hit districts.

A resident inspects his damaged house after a tree fell on it during Cyclone Amphan, at Sagar in South 24 Parganas, West Bengal

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee waves at the villagers during her meeting for Cyclone Amphan, at Kakdwip in South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal

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Motorists make their way through a road laid with fallen trees and branches after Cyclone Amphan hit the region in Kolkata.

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Congress activists protest against delay in restoration of power, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Mangled remains of a car after trees fell on it, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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A woman walks past books kept on a road for drying, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Men cross under an uprooted tree lying across a road, after super cyclone 'Amphan', in Kolkata.

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Books kept on a road for drying, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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