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As more and more air moves, it becomes less air. The area of less is increasing. There are more of this area. In the air season, there is a temperature in the area of the air. Improves air temperature. It is timeless.
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The device is set to run at a speed of 63 per hour, then called a “tropical storm”. When the speed of the storm reaches 119 o’clock, it is in a storm or a storm.
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Sea surface heat rises to 27 ° C and above
Weather speed difference
Upper deviation above sea level system
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Regular heating capacity
Medan Julian Oscillation (Madden Julian Oscillation)
The same can be seen in weather conditions. Mediterranean It is published regularly.
Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021
Why in discussion?
Recently, the Indian Navy has launched Operation ‘Samudra Setu II’.
The Indian Navy has deployed seven ships under Operation ‘Samudra Setu II’.
- Operation ‘Samudra Setu II’ has been launched by the Indian Navy to address the challenges of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
- The following seven Indian Navy Ships have been deployed under Operation ‘Samudra Setu II’
- INS Kolkata
- INS Kochi
- INS Talwar
- INS Taber
- INS Trikand
- INS Jalashv
- INS Airavat
- All these vessels have been deployed to bring liquid medical oxygen and other related medical equipment from various countries in India.
- In addition, ‘Landing Ship Tank INS Shardul’ from Southern Naval Command is also being prepared for inclusion in this ‘Samudra Setu II’.
- The Indian Navy says it can deploy more ships to support the country’s fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic if needed.
Operation Samudra Setu
Operation Samudra Setu was launched by the Indian Navy in May 2020.
About 4000 Indian nationals stranded in neighboring countries were successfully brought back to India due to the Kovid-19 epidemic under Operation Samudra Setu.
Many ships were deployed by the Indian Navy under this operation.
The operation was conducted in coordination with the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Health and other agencies of the Central and State Government of the Government of India.
This effort of the Navy in evacuating the diaspora trapped abroad was greatly appreciated.
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