Cyclone Ockhi Live Updates today – Severe Cyclonic Storm Latest Live News, Photos, Images:


The Latest Cyclone hits in India Named as “Ockhi”. Currently this cyclone making more threatening in india especially in Tamil Nadu , Kanyakumari Region.

This Ockhi storm originated from Sri Lanka on November 29, 2017. The strongest storm of the year 2017. Many Families lost thier Lives due to Ockhi Cyclone.

Updates Over Ockhi Cyclone Storm and this path Details:

Tamil Nadu Government Announces December 5 and 6 holiday for Schools, Colleges in Kanyakumari District

Maharashtra Government Announces Holiday For Schools, Colleges on December 5 – Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Thane, Sindhudurga, Ratnagiri, Raigad and Palghar Districts. Mumbai University Remains Open and Exam Will Continue as per Schedule.

Due to this Ockhi Cyclone Tamil Nadu and the Kerala state first to be affected. Followed in Lakshadweep islands and Now moving Towards Gujarat State.

Demonstration in Rameswaram to rescue the fishermen who Caught in Cyclone Ockhi storm:


Ockhi Cyclone Expected to Make landfall affect in next 24 hours, Gujarat, Maharashtra state on high alert.

Cyclone Ockhi Crossed Lakshadweep Island.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) alert fishermen not go to sea because of strong winds.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Meets Corresponding CM Regarding Ockhi Cyclone

Cyclone Ockhi Will likely to cross south Gujarat near Surat by Dec 5, 2017.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) Said Maharashtra will have Heavy rainfall and Cloud Cover in next two or three days.

More Number of Fishermen Missing in Kerala due to Cyclone Storm Ockhi.

Lakshadweep Government Said that the island have suffered a loss of over Rs 500 crore.

on December 3, 2017 More than 357 people have been rescued by rescue operation teams(Indian Coast Guard, Navy and the Air Force) across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands.

Tamil Nadu Government declared December 5 & 6 holiday for Schools and Colleges in Kanyakumari District.

Schools and Colleges are declared holiday for Cyclone Ockhi affected areas.



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