Odisha cyclone

Cyclone won't make landfall in Odisha or Andhra Pradesh but move parallel to coast: IMD

The governments of Odisha and West Bengal have taken all precautionary measures to deal with the possible situation.

published on : 7th May 2022

Crop on 5.78 lakh hectare damaged by cyclone Jawad: Odisha government

Chief Secretary SC Mahapatra apprised the Central team that as per eye estimate, standing crops on more than 5.78 lakh hectare in around 131 blocks of 12 districts were severely damaged.

published on : 14th December 2021

Odisha's tryst with 10 cyclones in two decades

After the 1999 disaster, which left over 10,000 people dead, the state had experienced another major calamity in cyclone Phailin.

published on : 4th December 2021

Odisha districts begin prep race as storm gets on its way

A strict vigil is being kept on Chikiti, Rangeilunda and Chhatrapur and people residing in low lying areas of these coastal blocks would be shifted to cyclone shelter homes or safer places.

published on : 3rd December 2021

Impending storm’s path keeps Odisha weathermen on toes

Brewing over the Bay of Bengal, the system is expected to turn into a cyclonic storm and re-curve north-northeastwards after reaching north Andhra Pradesh-south Odisha coast around Saturday morning.

published on : 3rd December 2021

Odisha farmers’ income 2nd lowest in country  

The average monthly paid out expenditure was Rs 1,587 for crop production and Rs 392 for farming of animals in the State from July 2018 to June 2019.

published on : 1st December 2021

Cyclone fear keeps Odisha farmers on toes

Incessant rain under the influence of low pressure likely to dash their hopes of a bumper harvest

published on : 1st December 2021

Bengal women plant mangroves to bolster India's cyclone defences

The project, backed by a local non-profit and the West Bengal government, aims to plant around 10,000 mangrove saplings.

published on : 9th November 2021

Cyclone Fani: Toll in Odisha rises to 64 

The toll, which was 43 till Saturday, rose to 64, as 18 more casualties were reported from the worst-hit Puri district and four more from Khurda district.

published on : 12th May 2019