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Cyclone aftermath

Officials visit a flood affected area to inspect crop damage, in the aftermath of Cyclone Burevi, in Puducherry.

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An aerial view of Cyclone Nivar affected areas during Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's aerial survey.

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A car lies buried under an uprooted tree after heavy rain following the landfall of Cyclone Nivar, in Puducherry.

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Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy takes stock of a storm-affected area, in the aftermath of cyclone Nivar yesterday night, in Puducherry.

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Workers remove the uprooted trees at a storm-affected area, in the aftermath of cyclone Nivar yesterday night, in Puducherry.

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An uprooted tree that fell on a house damaged due to cyclone Nivar yesterday night, in Puducherry.

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NCP President Sharad Pawar takes stock of the damage caused by cyclone ‘Nisarga, at Diveaagar in Raigad district of Maharashtra.

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Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis before flagging off party relief materials to cyclone-hit Raigad district, in Mumbai.

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Repairing work underway on the rooftop of a house damaged due to cyclone Nisarga, at Indapur in Raigad district.

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Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar interacts with villagers after inspecting their houses damaged due to cyclone Nisarga, in Maval taluka's village of Pune.

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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 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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Municipal workers carry out re-plantation of an uprooted tree that fell in the recent Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Poor people stand in a queue to collect food from volunteers in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Kolkata.

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People walk past an abandoned house damaged during super cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Great Banyan, the world's largest banyan tree, after it was partially damaged during Cyclone Amphan, at Botanical Garden in Howrah district.

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Great Banyan, the world's largest banyan tree, after it was partially damaged during Cyclone Amphan, at Botanical Garden in Howrah district.

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People try to clear an uprooted tree from a street, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Agartala.

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

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A vendor sells vegetables on a pavement as vegetable prices soar in the city, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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A thatched house damaged during Cyclone Amphan, at Nandapur village, in Birbhum district. Many villages of Suri & Mohammad Bazar near Mayurakshi river have been affected due to the cyclonic storm.

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Odisha Fire and Disaster personnel cut an uprooted tree to clear a road, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Villagers retrieve their belongings from their damaged houses, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, at Sonarpurgram in South 24 Parganas district.

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Shopkeepers dry garments on a street, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Howrah district of West Bengal.

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Cable TV engineers work to restore the services that have been damaged due to super cyclone 'Amphan', in Kolkata.

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A young girl salutes army personnel who were clearing the road blockage, in the aftermath of super cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Army jawans and NDRF personnel work to clear uprooted trees from a road in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Army jawans work to clear uprooted trees from a road in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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A view of damaged Esplanade bus stand, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik gives a final touch to his sculpture on cyclone Amphan with the message 'Join hands, Help Cyclone victims', at Puri beach.

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A salesman gives a demo to people outside a shop to buy generator due to prolonged power cut, in the aftermath of super cyclone 'Amphan', in Kolkata.

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A damaged electric pole hangs close to a road, in the aftermath of super cyclone 'Amphan', in Kolkata.

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People stand in a queue outside a shop to buy generator due to power cut, in the aftermath of super cyclone 'Amphan', in Kolkata.

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

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A worker attempts to repair an electric pole, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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Locals block a road near Uttarpara area to protest against delay in removal of uprooted trees, ongoning power cuts and unavailability of drinking water, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Hooghly district.

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Locals block a road near Uttarpara area to protest against delay in removal of uprooted trees, ongoning power cuts and unavailability of drinking water, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Hooghly district.

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Locals block a road near Uttarpara area to protest against delay in removal of uprooted trees, ongoning power cuts and unavailability of drinking water, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Hooghly district

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Locals block a road near Keorapukur bazar area to protest against delay in removal of uprooted trees, ongoning power cuts and unavailability of drinking water, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata.

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People ride cycle past branches of a tree fallen on a road after Cyclone Amphan hit the region in Kolkata.

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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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