Thailand has proposed Sitrang, Montha, Thianyot, Bulan, Phutala, Aiyara, Saming, Kraison, Matcha, Mahingsa, Phraewa, Asuri and Thara. ... PAKISTAN. May 20, 2020 . Other cyclones that are listed below caused rains as remnants. A new report by charity Christian Aid found nine of the worst natural disasters of 2020 caused damages of more than $5bn each. 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It began in May 2018, when Cyclone … Home; Today's Paper; Karachi; With only one name left on list of tropical cyclones, Pakistan proposes 13 more . Maldives has proposed Burevi, Midhili, Kaani, Odi, Kenau, Endheri, Riyau, Guruva, Kurangi, Kuredhi, Horangu, Thundi and Faana. These are Bangladesh, India, Iran, Maldives,Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, U.A.E., and Yemen. The climate is generally arid, characterized by the extreme southwestern part of the country where Gwadar is the main port city. 16 November 1993 – A cyclone dissipated near the Sindh-Gujarat border. tap to bring up your browser menu and select 'Add to homescreen' to pin the The News web app, The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has proposed 13 names — including Gulab, Asna, Sahab and Afshan — to New Delhi’s Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre so they are used to name the tropical cyclones to be formed in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, officials told The News. Oman has proposed Yaas, Remal, Sail, Naseem, Muzn, Sadeem, Dima, Manjour, Rukam, Watad, Al-jarz, Rabab and Raad. Bhola Cyclone – 1970. Tropical cyclone Update Tropical cyclone Nisarga Cyclone Season 2020 Cyclone in Arbean sea Cyclone coming in Pakistan june 2020 Cyclone moving karachi june 2020 Super cyclone Amphan tears through India and Bangladesh More than 80 people are dead and over 3 million displaced by Cyclone Amphan as it hit India and Bangladesh, authorities said Thursday. They pointed out that Amphan was the name proposed by Thailand as part of a previous list of names suggested by eight countries on the WMO/ESCAP Panel in 2004. The North Indian Ocean cyclone season has no official bounds, but cyclones tend to form between April and November, with peaks in late April to May and October to November. Power outage plunges Pakistan into darkness. The official said that it was realised recently that tropical cyclones forming in the Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea were also affecting countries in the Middle East besides the eight countries on the WMO/ESCAP Panel. The earlier list of names for cyclones, formulated by meteorological departments of eight countries in 2004, will exhaust after one more cyclone develops in the north Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea. Saudi Arabia has proposed Jawad, Fengal, Ghazeer, Asif, Sidrah, Hareed, Faid, Kaseer, Nakheel, Haboob, Bareq, Alreem and Wabil. Cyclone ‘Nivar’: After cyclones ‘Amphan’, ‘Nisarga’ and ‘Gati’, ‘Nivar’ is heading towards Karaikal in Puducherry and is expected to make the landfall on November 25. It struck Bangladesh (Then, East Pakistan) and West Bengal in 1970. Though cyclones are rare in the Arabian sea which is a part of North Indian Ocean, cyclones that form in this sea mostly move towardsWestern India rather than Pakistan. In Indian History, there have been various cyclones that made headlines due to their effect on the country. } List of Name of the cyclone in Northern Indian Ocean (From 2004–2020): ... a phenomenon by which tropical cyclones acquire high wind speeds in a short period of time. Early photos from parts of the island show flattened homes and damaged crops. “As a member of WMO/ESCAP [World Meteorological Organisation / United Nations’ Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific] Panel on Tropical Cyclones, Pakistan has proposed 13 names for the tropical cyclones that will form in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea in the coming months and years,” said an official of the PMD. “Twelve other member countries on the panel have also proposed 13 names each, which will be used alphabetically for naming the tropical cyclones forming over the North Arabian Sea.”. • 10 July 1894 – A land depression moved westward through India, entering current-day Pakistan at Sindh. GATI, qui est 3ème système tropical et le 3ème cyclone de la saison cyclonique 2020, est un système hors norme du fait d'avoir connu une intensification explosive, d'avoir eu un statut de cyclone midget, d'avoir atterri sur la Somalie au stade de cyclone laissant … Yemen has proposed Mocha, Ditwah, Diksam, Sira, Bakhur, Ghwyzi, Hawf, Balhaf, Brom, Shuqra, Fartak, Darsah and Samhah. During rainy season we will see more like this. [6], Cyclones mostly hit the Sindh coast than the Balochistan coast in Pakistan. From 2020 after Amphan cyclone, names are provided by Thirteen (13) Countries. “Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates [UAE], Yemen and Qatar have also been included in the panel this year, as the tropical cyclones forming in the Arabian Sea are now causing damage to the shores of Yemen, Qatar and Iran, while Saudi Arabia and the UAE are also getting affected due to the cyclones.”. Gulab, Asna, Sahab, Afshan, Manahil, Shujana, Parwaz, Zannata, Sarsar, Badban, Sarrab, Gulnar and Waseq are the names proposed by Pakistan. Yasa made landfall on Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second-largest island, on 17 December, leaving what Fiji’s Red Cross called a “devastating trail of destruction”. Kyarr was the name of the super cyclonic storm in the Arabian Sea that was being discussed in October 2019 in the coastal communities of Pakistan, India and Middle Eastern countries, including Yemen and Oman, but very few people in these countries knew that Kyarr meant “tiger” in the Burmese language, and the name was given by Myanmar’s meteorological department. } Cyclone Bulbul death toll rises to 24 in Bangladesh, India ... No threat to Pakistan’s coastal belt as cyclone moves to Oman. 0. IMD released a list of cyclone names in April 2020 as suggested by the 13 countries. The bay of Bengal is considered infamous for deadly storms and cyclones. Cyclone Bulbul death toll rises to 24 in Bangladesh, India . Amphan will be the name of the tropical cyclone to be formed in the Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea before the coming monsoon season, said officials. The first tropical cyclone named by Pakistan was Fanoos, followed by Nargis, Laila and Nilam, said Dr Zaman, adding that three more cyclones were named by Pakistan: Nilofar, Vardah and Titli. Iran has proposed Nivar, Hamoon, Akvan, Sepand, Booran, Anahita, Azar, Pooyan, Arsham, Hengame, Savas, Tahamtan and Toofan. The 2020 North Indian Ocean cyclone season was the costliest North Indian Ocean cyclone season in recorded history, largely due to Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan. Each country contributed eight names, and they are being used in alphabetical order,” said the official. The next cyclone that formed in the Arabian Sea was called Maha, a name decided by Oman’s Met Office, and the tropical cyclone that formed after Maha was known as Bulbul, a name given by Pakistan. The names of the next few cyclones adopted by member countries in April 2020 are as follows: Burevi (Maldives), Tauktae (Myanmar), Yaas (Oman), and Gulab (Pakistan). June 1907 – A tropical storm struck the coast near Karachi. Dr Zaman had said that the regional countries had agreed to suggest names that were short, easy to pronounce and not frightening to the people. Sri Lanka has proposed Asani, Shakhti, Gigum, Gagana, Verambha, Garjana, Neeba, Ninnada, Viduli, Ogha, Salitha, Rivi and Rudu. It began in May 2018, when Cyclone … Myanmar has proposed Tauktae, Michaung, Ngamann, Kyarthit, Sapakyee, Wetwun, Mwaihout, Kywe, Pinku, Yinkaung, Linyone, Kyeekan and Bautphat.