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After Cyclone Vardah Tamil Nadu request Rs 1000 crore from Center

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    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam reviewing the relief measures in the wake of cyclone Vardah

    Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam requests PM Narendra Modi to “urgently“ sanction Rs 1,000 crore.

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    A man walks past a uprooted tree following the cyclone Vardah

    This comes after cyclone Vardah having caused destruction on an unprecedented scale.

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    A man repairing the broken roof of the house as a woman looks on following the cyclone Vardah

    A number of relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction measures have to be undertaken by the state.

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    Foreign nationals walking at an arterial road in Adyar that bears the brunt of cyclone Vardah

    A day after Vardah tore through the city, power was restored in most of the areas and the fallen trees that had blocked most of the roads had been moved aside to make way for vehicles.

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    Girls walk past an uprooted tree a day after cyclone Vardah

    Hospitals were not behind. People injured by falling trees and flying objects received immediate attention.

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    National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel conducting relief operations in Cyclone Vardah

    Airline services resumed, but most trains were cancelled. More than half the state buses were operated.

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    Nearly 8,400 corporation workers are working day and night to remove the uprooted trees

    As seen during last year's floods, Chennaiites rose as one in providing succour to the city scarred by yet another calamity

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    Residents look at the uprooted trees in a residential area which have been the worst hit due to the cyclone Vardah

    The corporation that found itself short of specialised equipment to cut and remove trees from the roads welcomed residents who lent their mite.

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    Residents looking at the uprooted trees in an area worst hit due to the Cyclone Vardah

    By evening on a feverish day , there was a semblance of normality.

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