Cyclone Mora: Indian Navy rescues 27 Bangladeshi nationals - India Today

At least 2.5 million people in 10 districts risk falling in the way of the severe cyclonic storm. IndiaToday.in | Posted By Kuheena Sharma. desk-itgd@intoday.com. New Delhi, May 31, 2017 | UPDATED 22:59 IST. A +A -. close. Picture for representation.

Nowhere to go for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh after cyclone wrecks camps - Reuters

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh Left drenched and near destitute by a cyclone that hit Bangladesh a day earlier, thousands of Rohingya refugees hunkered down in the ruins of their camps on Wednesday, waiting for help after a night in the rain. At least seven ...

Indian Navy rescues 33 Bangladeshis as Cyclone Mora killed 9 - Deccan Herald

Indian Navy ship Sumitra rescued 33 people who were found adrift in the Bay of Bengal, about 160 kms from Chittagong. Photo credit: Reuters. ×. The Indian Navy has rescued 33 people from choppy seas off Bangladesh which was today assessing the extent ...

Indian Navy rescues 33 people in cyclone-affected Bangladesh - The Eastern Tribune (press release)

The Indian Navy Chief, Admiral Sunil Lamba told ANI that the Navy had deployed one ship off the coast of Bangladesh and a second ship was sent from Visakhapatnam with relief material.The Indian Navy has rescued 33 people in a major operation in ...

Cyclone affects 54489 families, damages 20000 houses - Prothom Alo (English)

About 286,245 people of 54,489 families were affected and 19,929 houses fully damaged by cyclone 'Mora' that hit the country's coastal areas on Tuesday, according to an initial official estimate. While briefing reporters at the ministry, Additional ...

Refugees face 'acute crisis' in cyclone-hit Bangladesh - gulfnews.com

An IOM medical team provides treatment in the Balukhali camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar. Aid workers warned May 31 of an "acute crisis" in Bangladesh after a cyclone damaged or destroyed thousands of homes and devastated camps housing Rohingya ...

Rohingya refugees in midst of an 'acute crisis' as Cyclone Mora devastates parts of Bangladesh - South China Morning Post

Aid workers have warned of an “acute crisis” in the coastal area of Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh after a cyclone devastated homes and camps housing Rohingya refugees, leaving many without food or shelter. Cyclone Mora battered the area on Tuesday with ...

Cyclone Mora: Indian Navy keeping close track, deploying relief ships - Catch News

Navy PRO D. K. Sharma on 31 may said the Indian Navy is closely tracking the developments and has kept ships standby with all the relief materials to counter Cyclone Mora aftermath. "As of now our ship are there in Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. We ...

Indian navy rescues 33 Bangladesh nationals hit by Cyclone Mora - Xinhua

NEW DELHI, May 31 (Xinhua) -- India said Wednesday that its navy has rescued at least 33 Bangladesh nationals hit hard by Cyclone Mora. Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said in a tweet that Indian Naval Ship Sumitra has ...

Indian navy conducts rescue operation in Bangladesh - Prothom Alo (English)

Indian navy personnel rescue Bangladeshi sailors in the Bay of Bengal. Photo: Indian high commissionIndian naval ship INS Sumitra, an offshore patrol vessel carrying disaster relief goods, is taking part in rescue operation in the Bay of Bengal ...

Facts about Cyclone 'Mora' that struck Bangladesh - Economic Times

A cyclone named Mora hit the coastal areas of Southern Bangladesh on Tuesday morning. The Northeast Indian region as well as Myanmar came under the influence of this cyclone. It caused lashing rains near the southeastern tourist city of Cox's Bazar and ...

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have no place to go after cyclone wrecks camps - Times of Oman

The Bangladeshi government has estimated that in all, there are about 350,000 Rohingyas in Bangladesh following a new influx last October, when the Myanmar army launched an offensive in response to insurgent attacks. Photo - Files. x. The Bangladeshi ...

Bangladesh: Cyclonic Storm Mora Situation, May 2017 - Reliefweb

Depression on the 28th May 2017 over southeast and adjoining central region of the Bay of Bengal strengthen into severe Cyclonic Storm Mora. It moved northwards and crossed Cox's Bazar – Chittagong coast near Kutubdia during 06 am to 12 pm on 30 ...

Cyclone Mora claims 7 lives in Bangladesh - India.com

Dhaka, May 31 (IANS) Cyclone Mora left at least seven people dead and damaged nearly 60,000 houses, displacing around 56,000 families when it hit Bangladesh a day ago, officials said on Wednesday. By IANS Feeds | Published: May 31, 2017 4:51 PM ...

More than a quarter million people affected by Cyclone Mora, says minister - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Cyclone Mora has affected more than a quarter million people when it crossed Bangladesh, says the disaster management ministry. Additional Secretary Golam Mostafa told the media on Wednesday as many as 286,000 people in 16 coastal districts were ...

Indian Navy rescues people in cyclone-hit Bangladesh - CanIndia News

New Delhi, May 31 (IANS) After Sri Lanka, the Indian Navy has rushed two ships for relief and rescue operations in cyclone-hit Bangladesh, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Wednesday. INS Sumitra is already deployed and has rescued 27 ...

Indian navy plucks 33 cyclone survivors, body, from sea: officials - Yahoo Singapore News

An Indian navy ship has plucked 33 people and a body from rough seas off Bangladesh, officials said Wednesday, a day after Cyclone Mora battered coastal areas with violent winds and rain that left six dead. The INS Sumitra found the survivors ...

Bangladesh storm kills 3, destroys thousands of homes - New Zealand Herald

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) " A tropical storm lashed southern Bangladesh on Tuesday, killing at least three people and destroying thousands of poorly built homes in some remote islands in the Bay of Bengal, officials said. Tropical Storm Mora started ...

Cyclone Mora batters Bangladesh - The Hindu

Cyclone Mora that lashed Bangladesh's coastlines forcing the evacuation of millions of people and shutting the country's main port and river transport, killed at least six people in Cox's Bazar and Rangamati before moving to northeastern India. The ...

Cyclone Mora: Indian Navy sends second ship to Bangladesh - New Kerala

New Delhi , May 31 : Indian Naval Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on Wednesday said, that the second ship has sailed with relief materials for Bangladesh and the Indian Navy is running two Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) operations as well.