TN Battle-Ready As Burevi Inches Closer
The New Indian Express Chennai|December 03, 2020
Ahead of the landfall cyclone Burevi is expected to make today, heavy wind and rough waves lashing the Rameswaram coast on Wednesday

The swaying trees, choppy sea, and inclement weather seemed to herald the arrival of cyclone Burevi, expected to make a landfall between Pamban and Kanniyakumari on Thursday. While Minister for Revenue, Disaster Management and Information Technology RB Udhayakumar landed in Ramanathapuram on Wednesday to assess the preparedness, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called up Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, assuring support to the State.

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