Tags : Cyclone

Asia

Cyclone Leaves 41 Dead, Thousands Evacuated in Indonesia

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Landslides and floods triggered by cyclone in Indian Ocean last week have left 41 people dead, 13 wounded, and thousands more displaced in Java island of Indonesia, an official of disaster agency said Tuesday. That compares with the agency’s previous report on Saturday that 20 people died and five other went missing, […]Read More

Asia

Indonesia: Death Toll from Cyclone in Java Hits 19

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The death toll from Cyclone Cempaka hitting Indonesia’s Central Java reached 19 on Wednesday, with four dead from floods and another 15 dead after a landslide. The cyclone, with its heavy rain and strong winds, is hitting several cities across Java hard, according to Indonesian state meteorologists, Anadolu Agency reported. “The cyclone […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Worst cyclone in 60 years strikes two districts in Chiang

CHIANGMAI, 6 May 2015 (NNT) – Chiang Mai Province has experienced its worst tropical storm in 60 years, which last night wrought extensive damage in two districts. The storm last night caused large trees to fall on electricity poles, leading to an overnight blackout in many areas in the districts of Sansai and Doi Saket. […]Read More

Asia

Drenched Philippines Shifts to Rescue Mode

MANILA — The Philippine weather service has lifted its storm warning for the capital, Manila. Flood waters that affected more than two-million people are now receding. Three days of flooding in the capital region and immediate surrounding provinces followed nearly two weeks of non-stop rain caused by three cyclones in the Pacific. Read more: VOAnews.comRead More

Pattaya

Freak Storm Knocks Out a Strip of Businesses in Sukhumvit

A small cyclone hit the Homeworks shopping plaza near Pattaya Tai on Sukhumvit Road on March 24. The front glass wall of Moderform Furniture caved in and billboards and canopies were destroyed in the strong winds. This follows the recent Pattaya Times article calling for stricter building code enforcement called to the attention of the […]Read More