Evacuations keep loss of life minimal; crops, property bear brunt of storm; officials warn of flood, disease outbreak
New Delhi/Hyderabad: India rolled out its biggest disaster relief operation in history, successfully evacuating more than a million people out of harm’s way before Cyclone Phailin swept through the coastal states of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, ravaging crops and infrastructure and flattening hundreds of thousands of houses.
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