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Cyclone Titli: Centre deploys 21 NDRF teams in Odisha, Andhra and West Bengal

“In addition, the three states have also deployed their own rescue teams along with power boats while Army, Navy and Coast Guard have also been put on standby so that they can be deployed at a short notice.”

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New Delhi, Oct 10 : The Centre on Wednesday deployed 21 NDRF teams in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal and put Army, Navy and Coast Guard on standby in view of impending cyclonic storm Titli that is likely to cross coastal areas of the three states on October 11 morning.

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams have been deployed in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal along with necessary rescue equipment. The information was shared in a National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) meeting chaired by Union Cabinet Secretary P.K. Sinha here on Wednesday.

Some additional NDRF teams have also been put on standby in areas likely to be affected. The cyclone is expected to make a landfall on October 11 along the coast between Orissa and north Andhra Pradesh between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.

“In addition, the three states have also deployed their own rescue teams along with power boats while Army, Navy and Coast Guard have also been put on standby so that they can be deployed at a short notice.”

The meeting was attended by the senior officer from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Defence, National Disaster Management Authority, National Disaster Response Force, India Meteorological Department (IMD) and Integrated Defence Staff (IDS). Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal participated in the meeting through video-conference represented by the respective Chief Secretaries and Additional Chief Secretaries.

The states informed the officers about measures taken for evacuation of people, warnings to the fishermen not to venture out into the sea and stocking adequate food, essential items and fuel supplies, as also preventive measures such as closure of schools and colleges.

District and local officials have been alerted, the states informed the NCMC.

IMD classified Titli as a very “severe cyclonic storm” with very high wind speeds and forecast to hit the coast between Gopalpur and Kalingapatnam in Orissa.

“The wind speed at the time of landfall is predicted in the range of 145-165 km per hour. After the landfall, the cyclonic storm is expected to re-curve north-eastwards and move long Odisha coast towards Gangetic West Bengal and will cause heavy to very heavy rainfall,” the IMD informed the NCMC.

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Uttar Pradesh: 8-yr-old raped in Azamgarh village

The girl was rushed to a hospital where her condition was stated to be serious, the police said.

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Azamgarh (UP), Sep 30 : An eight-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 20-year-old man in a village in Jiyanpur area of the Azamgarh district, police said on Wednesday.

The accused took the girl with himself from her home telling her mother that she would have her bath in his house, the police said, quoting from the complaint lodged by the girl’s mother.

The accused had also taken from the girl’s mother her clothes, the police aid.

But when the child returned from the neighbour’s house, she was writhing in pain and bleeding, the police said.

The girl was rushed to a hospital where her condition was stated to be serious, the police said.

Azamgarh Superintendent of Police Sudhir Kumar Singh said the accused, identified as Danish, has been arrested.

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Uttar Pradesh: 14-year-old raped in Bulandshahr

A report has been lodged against the accused and efforts are on to nab him. The accused will be taken into custody soon, police said.

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Bulandshahr (UP), Sep 30 : A minor girl was allegedly raped by her neighbour in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr, police said on Wednesday.

Senior Superintendent of Police Santosh Kumar Singh said on Wednesday night, the girl’s father submitted a complaint in this regard, alleging that his 14-year-old daughter was raped by their neighbour Rizwan (20) on Tuesday night.

The victim is undergoing medical treatment. A report has been lodged against the accused and efforts are on to nab him. The accused will be taken into custody soon, police said.

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After Hathras and Balrampur, two minors raped in UP’s Azamgarh, Bulandshahr

As the Hathras gangrape case and then the Balrampur rape case brought attention to the deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, reports have come that two minors were raped in Azamgarh and Bulandshahr on Tuesday.

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Two minors were raped in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr and Azamgarh, mere hours after the death of the Hathras gangrape victim on Tuesday.

While a 14-year-old girl was raped in Bulandshahr, the victim in the Azamgarh case is only 8.

The two cases come as a 22-year-old Dalit woman was brutally gangraped and killed in the Balrampur district.

An eight-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 20-year-old man in a village in Jiyanpur area of the Azamgarh district.

The accused took the girl with himself from her home telling her mother that she would have her bath in his house, the police said, quoting from the complaint lodged by the girl’s mother.

The accused had also taken from the girl’s mother her clothes, the police said.

But when the child returned from the neighbour’s house, she was writhing in pain and bleeding.

The girl was rushed to a hospital where her condition was stated to be serious.

The accused in the case has been arrested.

A minor girl was allegedly raped by her 20-year-old neighbour in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr on Tuesday night.

The victim is undergoing medical treatment. A report has been lodged against the accused and efforts are on to nab him. The accused will be taken into custody soon, police said.

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