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Cyclone Bulbul Live Update: Bangladesh, India evacuate hundreds of thousands

Cyclone Bulbul Live Update: Cyclone Bulbul are Rapidly Coming by Increasing Storms Force. Bangladesh and Indian Authorities on Saturday Order More Than 450,000 People To Flee Coastal Villages and Islands. Cyclone Bulbul Headed to Bay of Bengal Coast. Minister for disaster management Enamur Rahman told AFP the evacuation of 400,000 people would be completed by Saturday evening. However, You Will Get Cyclone Bulbul Update at below.

The Bangladesh Navy is prepared to undertake emergency rescue and relief operations with warships, if required, in the event of Cyclone Bulbul causing any havoc. With the “very severe” storm likely to hit the coastal areas of Khulna Saturday night, five ships at Khulna BNS Titumir have been kept ready for operations in Khulna, Barishal, Patuakhali, Jhalakathi and Barguna, the Navy said.

Cyclone Bulbul Update Live:

Today, 9th November Around 8.00 to 11.00 PM Will Attack The Cyclone in Bangladesh. Cyclonic storm ‘Bulbul’, which is likely to make landfall between West Bengal-Bangladesh coasts by late Saturday evening or night. Stay tuned for all live updates.

Cyclone bulbul live

Update at 8.00 PM: “High alert issued as 5 to 7 feet high tidal surge may hit coastal areas; heavy rainfall predicted; Bulbul may turn as deadly as Aila”

Update at 7.30 PM: “The Regional Meteorological Centre said during the time of landfall, there could be a storm surge of about one to two metres height in 24 Parganas North and 24 Parganas South district and 0.5 to 1 m height in East Midnapore district above the astronomical tide which is likely to inundate low lying areas”.

Update at 7.00 PM: JSC, JDC exams for Nov 11 postponed for ‘Cyclone Bulbul’

Khulna, Satkhira, Chattogram, Noakhali, Laxmipur, Feni, Chandpur, Barguna, Patuakhali, Barishal, Bhola, Pirojpur, Jhalakathi, and Bagerhat are likely to experience wind speed up to 120kph with heavy to very heavy rainfall during the passage of the storm.

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