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Cyclone Fani: Toll rises to 37, Odisha seeks Centre's help to restore power, telecom services

Mid-Day Wednesday, 8 May 2019 ()
*Bhubaneswar:* The Odisha government Tuesday sought the Centre's help in restoration power and telecom services in Puri and Khurda districts, worst hit by cyclone 'Fani', due to shortage of skilled manpower, an official said. The state has to install as many as 1.56 lakh electric poles. According to an official, the toll in the...
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