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Warning signals have been lowered from the port

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 26 October 2023: Cyclone 'Hamun' has weakened into a depression after crossing the Chittagong-Cox's Bazar coast. For this reason, four sea ports of the country have been asked to lower local warning signal number 3.

Cyclone 'Hamoon' weakens into deep depression after hitting coast

Dhaka, Oct 25: Cyclone 'Hamoon' located in North-East Bay of Bengal and its surrounding areas has moved further north-east and crossed the coast around 1 am on Tuesday. It has weakened and is positioned as a deep depression over the Satkania and Chittagong regions. It may gradually weaken as it moves further inland and sheds rain.

Cyclone 'Hamun' approaching the coast: Danger signal number 7

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 25 October 2023: Cyclone 'Hamun' is likely to cross the Barisal-Chittagong coast by Bhola side tomorrow Wednesday morning to noon. Payra and Chittagong seaports have been asked to display distress signal number 7, Cox's Bazar seaport number 6 and Mongla seaport number 5.

Hamoon intensifies into very severe cyclonic storm

Dhaka, Oct 24: Cyclone 'Hamoon' has been intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm. It increased its speed and came within 350 km of the coast of Bangladesh. However, local warning signal No. 4 has been maintained in seaports.

Cyclone Hamun: Warning signal number 4 at Mongla port

Dhaka, October 24: The deep depression over the Bay of Bengal has turned into Cyclone Hamun. The Met office has asked Mongla seaport to keep hoisted local cautionary signal number 4. The warning was issued on Monday evening.

Bangladesh, Myanmar need $375 million to overcome Mocha wounds: UN

Dhaka, May 24: The United Nations said Tuesday that aid is urgently needed for people affected by cyclone Mocha. USD375 million in funding is needed to provide food, medicine and other relief supplies to millions of people affected by Cyclone Mocha in parts of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Cyclone Mocha destroys 500 houses of Rohingya camp

Dhaka, May 15: About 500 houses have been damaged by strong winds and gales in the Rohingya camps of Cox's Bazar due to the impact of Cyclone Mocha. The shelter sector has already started to repair the damaged houses.

12,000 houses damaged by cyclone Mocha in Cox's Bazar

Dhaka, May 15: Cyclone Mocha has damaged 12,000 houses in Cox's Bazar district. Of these, 10,000 were partially damaged and 2,000 were completely damaged, said Cox's Bazar District Commissioner Muhammad Shaheen Imran. He gave this information after visiting the beach at Cox's Bazar Labani Point on Sunday afternoon.

Teknaf, Saint-Martin badly hit by severe cyclone Mocha

Dhaka, May 15: Severe cyclone Mocha hit Cox's Bazar and Myanmar coast around 3 pm on Sunday with strong winds. Teknaf and St. Martin were heavily damaged by the cyclone.

Cyclone Mocha crosses coast: Warning signal 3 lowered

Dhaka, May 15: Cyclone Mocha crossed the coast of Bangladesh on Sunday (May 14) evening moving north-northeast. As a result, all the seaports of the country including Cox's Bazar and Chittagong have been asked to lower the distress signal and display warning signal no 3.

Cyclone 'Mocha': SSC and equivalent exams of 5 boards postponed

Dhaka, May 13: Due to Cyclone Mocha, SSC and equivalent exams of five boards scheduled to be held on Sunday (May 14) have been postponed. The boards are Comilla, Chittagong, Barisal, Madrasa and Technical Education Board. The inter-education board coordination committee confirmed the matter through a circular on Friday.

Cyclone Mocha: Tourists evacuated from Kuakata beach

Dhaka, May 13: Cyclone Mocha, formed in the Bay of Bengal, is approaching the south-eastern coast of Bangladesh. The sea near the center of this cyclone is very rough. So, the local administration has ordered the tourists staying at Kuakata in Patuakhali to stay safe from the beach. Around 10 o'clock on Friday night, the tourist police and the municipality announced the matter through miking and all the tourists were evacuated safely. Although Friday was a holiday, there were few tourists due to the fear of cyclone Mokha in Kuakata. But many of those who are there will return today Saturday.

Cyclone Mocha: All hotels-motels-resorts in St. Martin declared shelters

Dhaka, May 13: Cyclone 'Mocha' is approaching Cox's Bazar with strength. The cyclone will move over the coast of Myanmar including St. Martin Island in Teknaf and its surroundings, the Meteorological Department said. As a result, residents of St. Martin panicked and began to leave the island with trawlers and come to Teknaf. About 1,500 people from at least 200 families left the island from Thursday to Friday afternoon. In this situation, the district administration has declared all the hotels-motels and resorts of St. Martin island as shelters.

Thunderstorms likely to start in coastal areas from evening

Dhaka, May 13: Eight to 12 feet high tide may occur in Cox's Bazar and Chittagong and its nearby islands due to cyclone Mocha. Apart from this, 5-7 feet high tide may occur in 10 coastal districts.

Hundreds of lighter ships take safe shelter at Karnaphuli

Dhaka, May 12: Due to Cyclone 'Mocha', Chittagong port along with Cox's Bazar, Mongla and Payra seaports have been asked to display warning signal number 2. Meanwhile, hundreds of lighter ships from the Bay of Bengal have taken shelter in the Karnaphuli river.