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Odisha, West Bengal successfully saved lives in Cyclone Yaas. Next is protecting property

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Odisha and West Bengal must be commended for greatly minimising loss of lives due to Cyclone Yaas, evacuating 21.5 lakh people to safety. Odisha has nearly perfected its response to cyclones and Bengal seems to be learning after Amphan. The next level would be to similarly protect infrastructure and property.

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