DelhiDesk A cyclone named Mocha is expected to hit eastern and northeastern states of India, as well as Bangladesh and Myanmar, with strong winds of up to 130 kilometers per hour. The cyclone is expected to bring heavy rains and reduce heat in central and northeastern parts of India from May 11 to 17. The administration in Odisha, Andaman, and West Bengal is on high alert, and fishermen and other people have been advised to stay away from the beaches. The Mocha cyclone is named after the city of Mocha in Yemen, where coffee was invented 500 years ago.
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👉 Mocha cyclone rising from the Bay of Bengal can gain momentum by May 12 with wind speeds up to 130 km/hr.
👉 The cyclone is expected to move towards Bangladesh and Myanmar via eastern and northeastern states of India.
👉 Heavy rains are expected in central and northeastern parts of India from May 11-17.
👉 Eastern states, Bengal, Odisha, and northeastern states are likely to receive heavy rainfall.
👉 The wind speed will increase, reducing the heat in Central India.
👉 Odisha, Andaman, and West Bengal are on high alert, with rescue teams kept on standby.
👉 Cyclone is named after the city of Mocha in Yemen, which is famous for inventing coffee.
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