Current Updates on Libya Floods and its Helping Country

The recent floods in Libya have caused widespread devastation and left many people in urgent need of assistance. The heavy rainfall has led to flash floods, destroying homes, roads, and infrastructure across the country. In this blog post, we will provide you with the latest updates on the Libya floods and highlight the efforts of the international community in helping the affected population.

As the floods continue to wreak havoc in Libya, neighboring countries have stepped up to provide support. Egypt, for example, has sent humanitarian aid including food, water, and medical supplies to the affected areas. The Egyptian government has also deployed emergency response teams to assist in rescue and relief operations.

Furthermore, international organizations such as the United Nations and the Red Cross have been working tirelessly to provide assistance to those affected by the floods. The United Nations has allocated emergency funds to support relief efforts, while the Red Cross has mobilized its volunteers and resources to provide immediate aid to the affected communities.

In addition to immediate relief efforts, there is also a need for long-term solutions to prevent future floods and mitigate their impact. The Libyan government, with the support of international partners, is working on developing infrastructure and improving drainage systems to better handle extreme weather events.

The situation in Libya remains challenging, but the international community’s response to the floods has been commendable. The support from neighboring countries, international organizations, and the Libyan government is crucial in ensuring that the affected population receives the help they need to recover and rebuild.

Burevi Cyclone Updates Today

Cyclone Burevi Warning for South TN & South Kerala coasts, ‘Burevi’ over South west Bay of Bengal to cross Sri Lanka coast on Dec 2nd evening/night.

To emerge into Gulf of Mannar on 3rd. To cross south TN coast between Kanniyakumari and Pamban.

The IMD Met department has forecast that Cyclone Burevi will cross between Kanyakumari and Pamban as a cyclonic storm (wind speed 78 to 80 km/hour, gusting to 100 km/hour) during the afternoon hours of Friday.

By Wednesday evening, the cyclone will intensify. As a cyclonic storm, Burevi is expected to first cross the Sri Lankan coast near Trincomalee some time during late Wednesday evening or night. Thereafter, it will trace a west-northwestwards track, reach Gulf of Mannar and inch closer to Indian mainland’s southernmost tip.

Cyclone Burevi Updates

Satellite imagery indicates a depression has formed over the south-east Bay of Bengal. Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD Said that it currently lays centered about 1070 km east-southeast of Chennai, 1030 km east-southeast of Puducherry.

The (Cyclone Burevi ) system is very likely to move west-northwestwards, intensify into a deep depression during next 24 hours and a cyclonic storm in subsequent 24 hours. It is very likely to cross north Tamil Nadu coast between Vedaranniyam and Chennai by the morning or evening of December 2.

Cyclone Nivar – Public Holidays

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast the development of a cyclone in the Southwest region of the Bay of Bengal, off Tamil Nadu coast. After cyclone Gaja in 2018, this will be the second cyclone to cross Tamil Nadu in the last two years. Due to this Major storm , Government of Tamil Nadu announced the two days holidays and major Examination and Court has been given leave and postponed. Cities are in red alerts for the costal areas are being monitored and People are getting evacuated to safe areas.

Cyclone Nivar live and AfterMath updates

Nivar Cyclone

Cyclone Nivar update, a very severe cyclonic storm Nivar is likely to make a landfall over Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts between midnight and 2am. Most popular Weather bloggers said the landfall may begin around 1.30am and the storm may cross between Marakkanam and Cheyyur.

The team, which includes 100 members, comprises representatives from the Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force and others. The team Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR), specializes in diverse activities like clearing blocked roads, prune dangerously posed trees and extend medical care and attention to the needy among others.

Quantum of water being released from Chembarambakkam reservoir to 5,000 cusecs on Wednesday evening as Chennai and surrounding districts continued to receive heavy rain. The storm moved northwestwards at a speed of 14kmph during the past six hours.

Tamil Nadu HSC Class 12 Exam Result 2020 (TN 12th Result 2020)

Tamil Nadu HSC Class 12 Exam Result 2020 is expected to be declared on July 15, 2020, as per media reports. But official delayed the TN results 2020 12th class as the result are still at the final stage of preparation.

Students should download a copy of TN board result 2020 12th for future use. This year, TN HSC result 2020 has been delayed due to lockdown in the country. The official website is showing the TN 12th result 2020 Tamilnadu link and it will be activated soon after the 2020 12th result declaration.

TN 12th board result 2020 of public exams contains marks and grades. More than 8 lakh students are waiting for HSC result 2020 Tamilnadu.

Stay updated here to get TN 12th result 2020 latest news, date and time.

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