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Cyclone Mocha leaves ‘trail of devastation’ in Myanmar

New York: Cyclone Mocha was one of the strongest cyclones to ever hit Myanmar, the UN aid coordination office (OCHA) in the country reported on Monday, leaving a “trail of devastation” as it moved overland from the Bay of Bengal, particularly in the city of Sittwe, capital of Rakhine State.

Cyclone Mocha hits Bangladesh, causes extensive damage to Teknaf and Saint Martin's Island

Cyclone Mocha, which hit Bangladesh, caused extensive damage to Teknaf and Saint Martin's Island regions in Cox's Bazar on Sunday, media reports said.

Bangladesh gears up to tackle Cyclone Mocha, 50,000 people evacuated to safe shelters

Dhaka: Bangladesh, a nation that has faced the brunt of several cyclones in the past,  has evacuated over 50,000 people to safe shelters as Cyclone Mocha has intensified into an extremely severe cyclonic storm over the east central Bay of Bengal.

Severe Cyclonic storm Mocha intensifies into Very Severe Cyclonic Storm: IMD

Bhubaneswar/UNI: Severe Cyclonic storm “Mocha” (pronounced as “Mokha”) over Southeast adjoining Central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm over

Deep depression over Bay of Bengal intensifies into cyclonic storm 'Mocha'; to make landfall between Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh and Sittwe in Myanmar

New Delhi: The deep depression over the Bay of Bengal strengthened overnight and developed into a cyclonic storm named Mocha, according to IMD.

IMD issues 'cyclonic storm' alert to Odisha, West Bengal

New Delhi: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday issued a warning stating that a "cyclonic storm" may form in the Bay of Bengal by May 9, leading to "heavy to very heavy" rainfall in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands and surrounding areas.