Updated by Cyclone Tauktae | ICG says all but 19 fishing boats have returned to the harbors of Maharashtra, Gujarat


ICG says all but 19 fishing boats have returned to the harbors of Maharashtra, Gujarat. The coastal road is flooded due to the stormy sea in Kundapur taluk in the Udupi region.

The mayor of Mumbai has welcomed the storm route. According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Mumbai has not received rain since Sunday morning though the sky is mostly overcast.

However, the city's climate remained favorable, leading to the fall of four trees to the west. Mumbai received less rain on Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar on Sunday faced storm repairs after visiting the BMC disaster management room. Mrs. Pednekar urged citizens to strictly follow the instructions given to public administration from time to time.


Nadda talks to BJP leaders about steps to help people, BJP President JP Nadda joined party leaders from coastal provinces who were likely to be affected by Hurricane Tauktae and said members of the saffron movement would provide complete assistance to the people.


ICG says all but 19 fishing boats have returned to the harbors of Maharashtra, Gujarat. On the coast of Gujarat, the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) states that all fishing boats, except eighteen in Maharashtra and one in Gujarat, must reach their ports or flee to nearby ports.

Of the 73 villages affected in Karnataka, four have died, With Typhoon Tauktae causing severe damage to the coastal regions and to Malnad in Karnataka, four people have been killed in the province so far, officials said.

According to circumstances described by a report of Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority officials on Sunday morning, 73 villages, 17 taluks in seven districts of Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Uttara Kannada, Kodagu, Shivamogga, Chikkamagaluru, and Hassan are suffering from the cyclone thus far. Among the 73 villages impact, a greatest of 28 are from the Udupi locality. Four people were reported dead in Uttara Kannada, Udupi, Chikkamagaluru, and Shivamogga, officials said.

Tauktae intensifies as a 'strong storm,' a yellow warning issued off the coast of Gujarat: IMD.
Hurricane Tauktae has passed "the strongest hurricane" and is approaching the coast of Gujarat, India's Department of Environmental Affairs (IMD) said on May 16.


Strong winds, rain in Goa; turn off the electricity. Strong winds and heavy rains hit many parts of Goa on Sunday morning due to the powerful Tauktae storm, breaking power poles and affecting electricity supply to many parts of the sea.

No fatalities have been reported so far, they said, Electricity outages in many parts of Goa have been disrupted as power poles have been removed due to strong winds, provincial energy minister Nilesh Cabral told PTI.


Hurricane Tauktae to reach the coast of Gujarat on Monday evening: IMD
Hurricane Tauktae is likely to continue within 24 hours and get to the coast of Gujarat on the evening of May 17, IMD said.

It will cross the State coast between Porbandar and Mahuva in the Bhavnagar region on Tuesday morning, India's Department of Environmental Affairs (IMD) said in a recent report on May 16.
Waves are likely to fill many coastal areas during the recession, he said.

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