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Heavy rains are falling in most districts of Bengal and Odisha. Chandipur and Balasore districts of Odisha are receiving torrential rains along with hurricanes. 

West Bengal's Kolkata and South 24 Parganas have been hit by thunderstorms and torrential rains.

Effect of cyclone Yas:Rains begin in many parts of Bengal-Odisha, thunderstorms likely; Alert also in Bihar-Jharkhand

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Hurricane Yas, which originated in the Bay of Bengal, took the form of a very severe storm on Tuesday. According to the meteorological department, the storm is likely to hit the port of Dhamra in Odisha's Bhadrak district on Wednesday morning. It will last for about 6 hours before and after the hurricane hits.

In view of the hurricane, the Kolkata High Court has canceled the hearing of all the cases listed on May 26 and 27. The matter will be heard by the concerned bench in the coming days. Employees who do not reach the court on both days will not be considered absent.

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Due to the storm, winds of 30 to 40 kmph are likely to erupt in Gujarat.

Hurricane Tau - After that, the country is now facing the threat of cyclone 'Yas'. It will hit the coasts of Odisha and West Bengal on Wednesday. It has started raining in many areas from today. It is raining in Bhubaneswar, Chandipur in Odisha and Didha in Bengal today. Alerts have also been issued in Bihar and Jharkhand regarding the hurricane.

‘Yas’ has started to get dangerous since Monday night. Due to this effect, it may rain in Medinipur, 24 Parganas and Hooghly in Bengal today. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) evacuated some areas of East Medinipur and Didha on Monday.

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study hurricane is expected to hit between Paradip and Sea Island on Wednesday. Due to this effect, the wind can blow at a speed of 165 km per hour and the waves can bounce from 2 meters to 4.5 meters. The meteorological department says Yas could be very dangerous before it hits the coast. The impact is expected to increase further by noon on Wednesday after crossing the coast.

Relief teams have been deployed in West Bengal and Odisha in view of the high risk zone of Yas district in 6 districts of Odisha. The Air Force and Navy have also kept some of their helicopters and boats for relief work. Balasore, Bhadrak, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Mayurbhanj and Keonzar districts of Odisha have been declared high risk for the hurricane issue.

One million people are being evacuated to safer places in
Bengal. Heavy winds can blow at speeds of up to an hour. 90 to 100 km in coastal areas of North and South 24 Parganas. Heavy winds are likely to blow at speeds of up to per hour. The speed is 120 km / h. Can reach per hour. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the state government was evacuating one million people. He says the impact of Yas will be even greater than Hurricane Amphan.

Heavy rains are also expected in many parts
of Bihar. The Patna Meteorological Department said on Monday that heavy rains are likely in many areas in the next 2-3 days. The Meteorological Department has issued Orange Alerts on May 27 and 28. A red alert has been issued in this regard in Jharkhand. Heavy rains are expected in the southern and central parts of the state on Wednesday and Thursday. NDRF teams have also been deployed in East Singhbhum and Ranchi districts.

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Review by Home Minister Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday reviewed the preparations in view of the cyclone. The meeting was attended by Chief Ministers of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Lieutenant Governors of Andaman and Nicobar Islands through video-conferencing. The Home Minister directed the senior officials to co-operate with the states in every possible way and the issue of relocating people from high risk areas to safer places was discussed.

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