Deadly cyclone hits southern India

At least six people killed after tropical storm batters region with heavy rains, forcing 150,000 to evacuate homes.

    A tropical storm has battered southern India with torrential rains, sparking floods that destroyed homes and killed at least six people. 

    About 150,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes and moved to temporary shelters ahead of Cyclone Nilam.

    Sohail Rahman reports from India. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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