Where is Hudhud found?
Very Severe Cyclonic Storm HUDHUD is located at West Central Bay of Bengal has moved north West during the last 6 hours and is located 460 km east -south east of Visakhapatnam and 490 Km south-south east of Gopalpur.
What year was Hudhud Toofan?
Tropical Cyclone Hudhud – Oct 2014 | ReliefWeb.
Which country gave the name Hudhud cyclone?
The word Hudhud comes from Arabic and refers to the Hoopoe bird – the national bird of Israel, which is found across Afro-Eurasia. However, the current cyclone Hud-Hud is named by Oman. The naming of cyclones in the Indian Ocean region began in 2004.
Who named cyclone Hudhud?
Who named Cyclone Hudhud?
What is the speed of Hudhud Toofan?
The cyclone, classed “very severe”, brought winds of 205km/h (127mph), as it passed over the coast near the city of Visakhapatnam. The winds and heavy rains have brought down trees and power lines, and damaged crops and buildings in both states.
What happened to Vizag after Cyclone Hudhud?
We take a look back at the time in 2014 when Vizag was reeling in the aftermath of Cyclone Hudhud. A throwback, looking at the city that paid dearly in the rendezvous with the brute force of Mother Nature. “A vibrant green city next to the verdant blue Bay of Bengal” these were apt words to describe our charming home.
What was Vizag’s worst disaster?
Here are 10 photos of Vizag’s worst disaster, HudHud, that reflect Vizag’s devastation in 2014.
Can Vizag’s green areas withstand the fury of Hudhud?
Not a single big tree in Vizag Steel Township and Andhra University, probably the greenest areas in entire India, could withstand the fury. Here are 10 photos of Vizag’s worst disaster, HudHud, that reflect Vizag’s devastation in 2014.
Is Vizag really a vibrant green city?
“A vibrant green city next to the verdant blue Bay of Bengal” these were apt words to describe our charming home. But that became passé for a time, thanks to the million-hooded serpent of a cyclone Hudhud that violently gate-crashed the shores of Vizag from inside the Bay of Bengal, uninvited, on the dreaded Sunday the 12 th October.