Costliest U.S. It was the second tropical cyclone to make landfall in China in little more than nine hours after Damrey hit Thursday night in the eastern province of Jiangsu and affected neighbouring Shandong province. The embarrassing revelations from the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial: From the 'disco bloodbath' to THAT... Brexit breakthrough? As a subscriber, you are not only a beneficiary of our work but also its enabler.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has told authorities to be on the highest alert. Civic bodies vs. Delhi government: Blame game erupts over disbursement of civic body funds, Musicians raise their voice against sexual violence, ‘Baba ka Dhaba’ owner complains against fundraiser, alleges misappropriation of funds, A 10-minute video on Kerala's saga of struggle for equality and freedom, Crossword blog #168 | Cryptic clue too hard to solve? There is no tracking data for this storm. Saola, locally called Gener, had battered the northern and central Philippines since Saturday. The devastating impact of typhoon Saola was captured on CCTV when a man was swallowed by a sinkhole after rain-sodden road beneath him gave way. The Defense Ministry mobilized 48,000 soldiers to help mitigate the storm's impact. Latest Text File | About About 100 domestic and international flights were cancelled, train services disrupted with schools, shops and roads were closed. Storm Activity: Oct 19, 2017 - Oct 29, 2017. Saola weakened into a tropical storm before making landfall on Friday morning in China’s south-eastern province of Fujian with winds of 90 kph at its centre, China’s official Xinhua news agency reported. #DefinitelyNot, Congress urges Centre to take up with Bangladesh attacks on Hindus, U.S. presidential election: Trump vows to disprove polls, Biden urges 'take back our democracy', Gilgit-Baltistan a part of India, says MEA, Three new Rafale jets to fly non-stop from France to India, Hizbul Mujahideen chief Saif-ul-Islam killed in Srinagar encounter. Podcast | How will the antitrust case pan out globally? Waves hit concrete walls of houses on Friday, some of which were already destroyed during a past typhoon,in Navotas City, north of Manila, Philippines The National Fire Agency said that five people had been killed, including a policeman who drowned in a swollen river, and 15 others injured. The last few days it has rained almost constantly and it’s been very windy has typhoon Saola headed our way.

Torrential rain caused flooding and landslides across Taiwan today - killing five people and injuring 15 as Typhoon Saola skirted the island's east and north coasts heading towards China. At least two people died and about 1,000 buildings were destroyed in Shandong’s worst-hit Rizhao area, which recorded 174 millimetres of rain brought by Typhoon Damrey on Friday morning, the ministry said.   | Photo Credit: Pat Roque. The storm came less than a week after Typhoon Lan left five dead, one missing and scores injured. The typhoon left at least 26 people dead in the Philippines and forced 180,000 to flee their homes in the capital, Manila, and 27 central and northern provinces. They were also seeking to locate at least six stranded residents, cut off from the rest of their farming community when flood waters overwhelmed a small bridge. Thousands arrive at Heathrow in last-ditch bid to flee the UK before Thursday as travel agents... Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary WON'T refund November bookings if flights are still running despite foreign... From Ocado deliveries to food-bank handouts: Middle-class 'new hungry' are being forced to claim benefits... Government scientific adviser warns not shutting schools could mean Britain faces an even longer second... Women increased their alcohol intake more than men during the first lockdown and this time is likely to lead... 'We're praying for a SECOND miracle': Kate Garraway fights the tears as she tells of heartbreaking... First Minister Mark Drakeford bans Welsh from going to England - and warns the English 'not to try to escape... Piers Morgan reveals BOTH his elderly parents contracted coronavirus from a member of their support bubble... Battle of the Covid Christmas clips! How China trains its children to win gold - standing on a... India's blackout that hit 600 million people is fixed..but... Rub my belly: Why half of Thailand's Buddhist monks are now... Police shut down shisha lounge in Birmingham for breaching Covid rules, Police with bag containing human head after man spotted dumping it, Shocking moment building collapses as quake hits Turkey, 'I haven't done anything wrong': Tommy Robinson arrested at rally, Yorkshire: Shoppers queue outside Ikea in Batley, King of Thailand 'loves' pro-democracy protesters demonstrating, Revellers hit Newcastle for halloween fun before lockdown, Boris Johnson quizzed over 'delay' in going into second lockdown, Michael Gove admits national lockdown could be extended, Coronavirus: Keir Starmer backs schools staying open in lockdown, Obama makes 3-point shot during Biden campaign visit in Flint, Captain Tom Moore gives encouragement ahead of latest lockdown. About 3,280 people were staying in public shelters. However, we have a request for those who can afford to subscribe: please do. At least two people were missing and feared dead. Agricultural losses were estimated at 218 million Taiwan dollars (7.3 million US dollars). Friday, August 3, 2012.

The UK and EU 'are close to a compromise on fishing rights' that could allow them to... What's the truth about No10's gloomy Covid figures? The Hindu has always stood for journalism that is in the public interest. Homeless: Children sit on a makeshift raft in a flooded garbage-filled temporary shelter for displaced residents in Manila, Philippines, Stranded: A taxi car sits half submerged on a flooded road in New Taipei City, Road block: A bus trapped by the rising water levels in New Taipei City as Typhoon Saola struck the area. We also reiterate here the promise that our team of reporters, copy editors, fact-checkers, designers, and photographers will deliver quality journalism that stays away from vested interest and political propaganda. Watch | How is the U.S. President elected? Seeking shelter: Residents ride on makeshift rafts during a heavy downpour along a flooded street in Malabon in the Philippines, Struggling on: Two young girls wade through a flooded street to buy drinking water during heavy downpour in Malabon, the Philippines, Rising waters: Police and firefighters evacuate local residents near gushing flood water in New Taipei City. According to CNN the incident happened near the Temple of Sansha. The Shandong provincial government said Damrey damaged nearly 30,000 buildings, killed two people and injured 29 in Rizhao. It has helped us keep apace with events and happenings. We have been keeping you up-to-date with information on the developments in India and the world that have a bearing on our health and wellbeing, our lives and livelihoods, during these difficult times. Authorities there have issued warnings for it and a separate storm, Typhoon Damrey, which is expected to pass north of China's financial hub of Shanghai on Friday but which is also expected to weaken to a tropical storm. Unaware: A man walks along the street in Tapei near the Temple of Sansha yesterday morning, Gone: A split-second later the sodden ground suddenly opens up and the man falls into the giant hole that has emerged. We recognize our responsibility to use data and technology for good. Explainer | What is the D614G mutation in coronavirus. Subscribe to The Hindu now and get unlimited access. Fierce wind and heavy rain from typhoon Saola has battered the Philippines, killing at least 10 people and displacing 145,000 others. Normally busy streets in the capital were deserted except for cleanup crews clearing off trees and branches felled by the storm overnight. The Philippines recorded 39 deaths in floods and accidents caused by Saola’s torrential rains and strong winds, the Office of Civil Defence said.

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