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Cyclone Nada formed in South East Bay weakens into deep depression

All India Radio Friday, 2 December 2016
Cyclone Nada formed in South East Bay weakens into deep depressionThe Cyclone Nada formed in the South East Bay has weakened into a deep depression by noon today.According to Met department, Nada is observed to be at 290 kilometres south east of Chennai and 210 kilometres off Puducherry coast.
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News video: Cyclone 'Nada' to hit Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, alert announced

Cyclone 'Nada' to hit Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, alert announced 00:22

Chennai, Dec 01 (ANI): A cyclone named 'Nada', which is building over south-west Bay of Bengal, is just few inches away to hit the coast of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. An alert of cyclone has been announced in view of deep depression forming over the Bay of Bengal and is expected to arrive...

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