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24,000 people to be evacuated as <strong>typhoon</strong> closes in on Philippines

24,000 people to be evacuated as typhoon closes in on Philippines

04 Apr 2015

Manila: Around 24,000 people from the Philippines were being evacuated on Saturday with Typhoon Maysak a day away from potentially striking the country's northeast coast, officials said.

Philippines typhoon,   Typhoon Maysak,   Philippines weather,   super typhoon Maysak,   typhoon,   typhoon,  
Super <strong>typhoon</strong> weakens after entering Philippines

Super typhoon weakens after entering Philippines

02 Apr 2015

Manila: A super typhoon blamed for the deaths of at least four people on islands in the western Pacific Ocean has weakened after entering Philippine waters and is expected to further lose strength as it approaches the country's northeastern coast.

Super typhoon,   typhoon weakens,   Philippines,   Manila,  
<strong>Typhoon</strong> Maysak melts away as it hits Philippines

Typhoon Maysak melts away as it hits Philippines

05 Apr 2015

Baler (Philippines): A super typhoon dissolved into a tropical depression and made landfall in the Philippines on Sunday, forecasters said, easing fears after thousands of residents fled remote coastal villages to avoid potential giant waves.

Super Typhoon,   Maysak,   Philippines,   Pacific Ocean,  
MMRCA deal may be renegotiated through G2G route: Ex-IAF chief

MMRCA deal may be renegotiated through G2G route: Ex-IAF chief

14 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Welcoming the government's decision to buy 36 Rafale planes, former Indian Air Force (IAF) chief PV Naik on Tuesday said India should not throw the deal for 126 medium multi-role combat aircraft (MMRCA) into the trash and renegotiate it through Government-to- Government (G2G) route.

MMRCA deal,   G2G Route,   Government to Government Route,   Ex IAF Chief PV Naik,   Multi Role Combat Aircraft,   Rafale Jet,   Eurofighter Typhoon,   Latest Nation News ,  
10 things you must know about Rafale fighter jets

10 things you must know about Rafale fighter jets

11 Apr 2015

New Delhi: India said on Friday it will buy 36 Rafale fighter jets in fly-away condition from France. India had shortlisted Rafale, made by Dassault Aviation, in a USD 20-billion deal for purchase of 126 fighter jets for the MMRCA project in 2012.

Rafale fighter jets,   Dassault Aviation,   fighter jets,   Euro fighter Typhoon,   Dassault Rafale,   India,   PM Modi,   Latest news,  
 Lisa Ray's birthday plans changed due to <strong>typhoon</strong> Maysak

Lisa Ray's birthday plans changed due to typhoon Maysak

04 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray, who wanted to celebrate her birthday at a private resort in the Philippines on Saturday, had to change her plan due to typhoon Maysak.

Lisa Ray birthday,   Indo Canadian actress,   Lisa Ray,   Philippines,   typhoon Maysak,  Hong Kong,   Bollywood birthday,  
Philippine shelters "washed away" as <strong>typhoon</strong> death toll hits 379

Philippine shelters "washed away" as typhoon death toll hits 379

06 Dec 2012

Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after a typhoon swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing.

Phillipine typhoon,   Typhoon Bopha,   Phillipine typhoon death toll,   Compostela Valley ,  
Philippines declares state of calamity after deadly <strong>typhoon</strong>

Philippines declares state of calamity after deadly typhoon

08 Dec 2012

Philippine President Benigno Aquino declared a state of national calamity on Saturday, four days after this year's strongest typhoon left nearly 1,000 people dead or missing mostly in the country's resource-rich south.

Phillipine typhoon,   Benigno Aquino,   Compostela valley,   State of calamity,  
<strong>Typhoon</strong> Hagupit: Toll rises to three; 890,000 people evacuated in Philippines

Typhoon Hagupit: Toll rises to three; 890,000 people evacuated in Philippines

08 Dec 2014

Manila: The massive Typhoon Hagupit has led to the death of at least three people and over 890,000 people being evacuated in the Philippines, with the wind speed touching 170 kmph, media reported on Sunday.

Typhoon Hagupit,   Typhoon,   Typhoon in Philippines,   natural calamity,   ,  
Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short <strong>typhoon</strong> mercy trip

Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

17 Jan 2015

Tacloban (Philippines): Pope Francis was forced on Saturday  to flee a fierce storm in the Philippines that killed a papal volunteer, cutting short a mercy mission to weeping survivors of a catastrophic super typhoon.

Pope Francis,   Philippine city,   typhoon-hit,   Typhoon Haiya,   Leyte province,  

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