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Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal

Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Cyclone Fani entered Bangladesh at noon on Saturday after hitting West Bengal post-midnight on Saturday, hours after making landfall in Puri wreaking havoc in the coastal districts of Odisha. The worst cyclonic storm in decades, Fani uprooted trees and triggered rains as it entered West Bengal through Kharagpur. This picture shows a tree lying uprooted because of the gusty winds in Bankura district of West Bengal. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Pedestrians cover themselves with plastic sheets as they walk across the Howrah Bridge during the rain. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
A waterlogged street in Kolkata after Cyclone Fani hit Bengal post-midnight on Saturday. (Photo: ANI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Ships and ferries tied to the banks of the Hooghly river after Fani hit Bengal. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Uprooted trees damage a street-side shop at Digha after the cyclonic storm made a landfall on neighbouring Odisha's eastern coast affecting six districts of Gangetic West Bengal including East Midnapore. (Photo: IANS)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
An inundated river bank and ferry port in Kolkata. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
A rain-lashes street in West Bengal's capital Kolkata. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Women walk through the rain in the Nadia district of West Bengal. (Photo: PTI)
Cyclone Fani reaches Bangladesh after leaving trail of damage in West Bengal
Ships anchored in a port in Bangladesh ahead of Cyclone Fani hitting its coast. (Photo: PTI)