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Cyclone Vayu

People stand on fishing boats docked at a port in Veraval, Gujarat.

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Fishing boats bombard on a wall due to heavy winds and huge waves in the Arabian sea at Veraval, Gujarat.

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Fire brigade personnel work to remove trees which fell due to heavy winds in Veraval, Gujarat. The India Meteorological Department says Cyclone Vayu has jogged west, skirting the coast of the western state of Gujarat and unlikely to hit it head on as previously forecast.

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This satellite image from India Meteorological Department (IMD) shows the position of Cyclone Vayu, at 1:30 pm on Thursday, June 13, 2019. According to the MeT department, Cyclone Vayu has changed its course and may not hit the Gujarat coast as predicted earlier, even as the state government maintained that the situation is still 'critical'.

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NDRF members seen inside the IAF C-17 aircraft as it lands at Jamnagar, in Gujarat.

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NDRF officials while carrying out an evacuation drive as Cyclone 'Vayu' advances towards the Gujarat coast, in Porbandar.

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NDRF officials carry out an evacuation drive as Cyclone 'Vayu' advances towards the Gujarat coast, in Porbandar.

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People try to pull a fishing boat to a safer ground on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat.

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People rescue a man whose boat capsized in heavy waves on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat.

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A waves crashes as people stand on boats on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat.

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People use a crane to pull a fishing boat ashore on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat.

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People move a fishing boat to a safer ground on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat.

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People try to move a fishing boat to a safer ground on the Arabian Sea coast in Veraval, Gujarat. Authorities have evacuated nearly 300,000 people from India's western coastline ahead of a very severe cyclone that's expected to make landfall as the year's second major storm.

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People try to pull back a fishing boat that was carries away by waves on the Arabian Sea coast as others run to take shelter in Veraval, Gujarat. Authorities have evacuated nearly 300,000 people from India's western coastline ahead of a very severe cyclone that's expected to make landfall as the year's second major storm.

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A staffer monitors Cyclone Vayu at a cyclone monitoring center at the Indian Meteorological Department office in New Delhi. Indian authorities were bracing for a severe cyclone gathering strength in the Arabian Sea that was expected to make landfall in the western state of Gujarat as India's second major storm of the season.

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NDRF (National Disaster Response Force) team arrive at Ahmedabad railway station for rescue and relief operations as Cyclone 'Vayu' advances towards the Gujarat coast, in Ahmedabad.

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In this photo released by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), NDRF soldiers help villagers to evacuate from Naliya village in the western state of Gujarat.

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In this photo released by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), NDRF soldiers help villagers to evacuate from Naliya village in the western state of Gujarat.

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In this photo released by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), an NDRF officer request villagers to evacuate from their village near Dwaraka in the western state of Gujarat.

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In this photo released by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), an NDRF officer request villagers to evacuate from their village near Dwaraka in the western state of Gujarat. Authorities were bracing for a severe cyclone gathering strength in the Arabian Sea that was expected to make landfall in the western state of Gujarat as India's second major storm of the season.

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