India, Bangladesh pounded as Cyclone Remal hits

By Ruma Paul and Subrata Nag Choudhury
Updated May 27 2024 - 11:55am, first published 11:53am
Bangladesh authorities have evacuated 800,000 people at risk of harm from Cyclone Remal. (EPA PHOTO)
Bangladesh authorities have evacuated 800,000 people at risk of harm from Cyclone Remal. (EPA PHOTO)

Strong winds and heavy rain have pounded the coastal regions of Bangladesh and India as Cyclone Remal made landfall, leaving millions without electricity after power poles fell and some trees were uprooted by gusty winds.

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