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21 September 2018 Current Events Cyclone 'DAYE' hits Odisha's coastal regions today morning, leading to landfall

The coastal places in Odisha have been hit by a cyclonic storm 'DAYE' leading to landfall today morning. As predicted by the Indian Meteorological Department, several parts of the state are experiencing heavy rainfall. As per the IMD source, this storm will continue to head towards the west-northwestward and will eventually weaken in the deep depression.


Cyclone 'DAYE' hits Odisha's coastal regions today morning, leading to landfall

The coastal places in Odisha have been hit by a cyclonic storm 'DAYE' leading to landfall today morning. As predicted by the Indian Meteorological Department, several parts of the state are experiencing heavy rainfall. As per the IMD source, this storm will continue to head towards the west-northwestward and will eventually weaken in the deep depression.




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