Cyclone Vayu: Navy deploys its ships, choppers


The Indian Navy on Wednesday said the Western Naval Command has deployed its ships, aircraft and helicopters for rescue and relief operations and to alert the fishermen at sea about the impending Cyclone Vayu. The Navy said its diving and rescue teams and relief material have been kept on standby.

Meanwhile, state-owned ONGC has put its installations in the western offshore on high alert and restricted helicopter sorties as Vayu gathered intensity over the Arabian Sea. Read More

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