1. Sourav Ganguly Saved a Mango Tree Uprooted by Cyclone Amphan and is Now Star of Another Balcony  News18
  2. No electricity, mobiles down, Kolkata residents talk of ‘petrifying’ cyclone Amphan  The Indian Express
  3. From lift room to swimming pool, hotels suffer damage  Times of India
  4. Super Cyclone Amphan leaves behind trail of destruction in Kolkata | Ground Report  TIMES NOW
  5. Amphan in Kolkata: Airport flooded, 5,000 trees uprooted; no power, phone, Internet connections  The Indian Express
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Former Indian Team captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who is also a resident of West Bengal, was amongst the many who were affected by cyclone Amphan. Former Indian Team captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who is also a resident of West Bengal, was amongst the many who were affected by cyclone Amphan.

Sourav Ganguly Saved a Mango Tree Uprooted by Cyclone Amphan and is Now Star of Another Balcony

Thousands of trees have fallen across Kolkata roads, virtually blocking nearly all roads. Thousands of trees have fallen across Kolkata roads, virtually blocking nearly all roads.

'The Gods Can Simply Kill Us': A Ground Report From a City that Weathered a Deluge

Thousands of trees have fallen across Kolkata roads, virtually blocking nearly all roads.

'The Gods Can Simply Kill Us': A Ground Report From a City that Weathered a Deluge

Although Kolkata's entire population was affected, it is the eastern fringes of the city where the impact was apparently felt the most. Teghoria area of North 24 Parganas district woke up to submerged streets on Thursday.Although Kolkata's entire population was affected, it is the eastern fringes of the city where the impact was apparently felt the most. Teghoria area of North 24 Parganas district woke up to submerged streets on Thursday.

No electricity, mobiles down, Kolkata residents talk of ‘petrifying’ cyclone Amphan | Cities News,The Indian Express

“The mango tree in the house had to be lifted, pulled back and fixed again .. strength at its highest 😂😂”

Sourav Ganguly on Twitter: "The mango tree in the house had to be lifted, pulled back and fixed again .. strength at its highest 😂😂… "

“Dear @MamataOfficial didi, on behalf of the people of Delhi, I extend our full support and solidarity with you and the people of West Bengal in the wake of the destruction caused by #CycloneAmphan. Kindly let us know if we could help in any manner in this hour of crisis.”

Arvind Kejriwal on Twitter: "Dear @MamataOfficial didi, on behalf of the people of Delhi, I extend our full support and solidarity with you and the people of West Bengal in the wake of the destruction caused by #CycloneAmphan. Kindly let us know if we could help in any manner in this hour of crisis."

“I sincerely thank the Hon’ble President of India @rashtrapatibhvn Shri Ram Nath Kovind Ji, for personally calling me to convey his support and concerns for the people of Bengal in this unprecedented time of crisis because of the cyclone. We are extremely grateful, Sir.”

Mamata Banerjee on Twitter: "I sincerely thank the Hon’ble President of India @rashtrapatibhvn Shri Ram Nath Kovind Ji, for personally calling me to convey his support and concerns for the people of Bengal in this unprecedented time of crisis because of the cyclone. We are extremely grateful, Sir."

“Have been seeing visuals from West Bengal on the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan. In this challenging hour, the entire nation stands in solidarity with West Bengal. Praying for the well-being of the people of the state. Efforts are on to ensure normalcy.”

Narendra Modi on Twitter: "Have been seeing visuals from West Bengal on the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan. In this challenging hour, the entire nation stands in solidarity with West Bengal. Praying for the well-being of the people of the state. Efforts are on to ensure normalcy."

Sourav Ganguly, who lives in a palatial bungalow in the Behala area of Kolkata, had to save the age-old mango tree at his house which got uprooted due to Cyclone Amphan.Sourav Ganguly, who lives in a palatial bungalow in the Behala area of Kolkata, had to save the age-old mango tree at his house which got uprooted due to Cyclone Amphan.

Sourav Ganguly saves mango tree at home which got uprooted due to Cyclone Amphan - Sports News

Kolkata: Some of the leading star hotels in the city have suffered major damage on Wednesday night following cyclone Amphan.Kolkata: Some of the leading star hotels in the city have suffered major damage on Wednesday night following cyclone Amphan.

From lift room to swimming pool, hotels suffer damage | Kolkata News - Times of India

Innumerable photos, videos flooded the internet after the super cyclone Amphan pummeled it's way through Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal. The amount of damage is still being assessed

The story behind the viral photo that showed the world how badly Kolkata was hit by Amphan- Edexlive

College Street in Central Kolkata is a 1.5-kilometre-long stretch that houses hundreds of bookstore, roadside book stalls from Mahatma Gandhi Road to Ganesh Chandra Avenue in Bowbazar.College Street in Central Kolkata is a 1.5-kilometre-long stretch that houses hundreds of bookstore, roadside book stalls from Mahatma Gandhi Road to Ganesh Chandra Avenue in Bowbazar.

Fallen trees have wrought havoc across the city.Fallen trees have wrought havoc across the city.

A day after Amphan, Kolkata residents take stock of the damages left by worst storm in living memory

Fallen trees have wrought havoc across the city.Fallen trees have wrought havoc across the city.

A day after Amphan, Kolkata residents take stock of the damages left by worst storm in living memory

Countless trees were gone, poles uprooted, cars damaged, metal roofs flew offCountless trees were gone, poles uprooted, cars damaged, metal roofs flew off

Cyclone Amphan makes quick work of grand trees and joie de vivre of City of Joy - The Hindu

According to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, 15 people have died in Kolkata due to the cyclone.According to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, 15 people have died in Kolkata due to the cyclone.

Amphan in Kolkata: Airport flooded, 5,000 trees uprooted; no power, phone, Internet connections | Cities News,The Indian Express

At least two city-based companies, Birla Corporation and Tata Metaliks postponed their respective board meetings scheduled for Thursday.At least two city-based companies, Birla Corporation and Tata Metaliks postponed their respective board meetings scheduled for Thursday.

Cyclone Amphan disrupts corporate functioning, IT sector in Kolkata - kolkata - Hindustan Times

According to Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC), over 5,000 trees were uprooted across the city and hundreds of lamp posts damaged. The uprooted trees blocked several arterial roads.According to Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC), over 5,000 trees were uprooted across the city and hundreds of lamp posts damaged. The uprooted trees blocked several arterial roads.

Amphan wreaks havoc: Power supply, phone connectivity disrupted in Kolkata | India News,The Indian Express

Kolkata was heavily battered by the cyclone Amphan (pronounced as UM-PAN) resulting into 15 deaths in the city. The state capital on Thursday was dotted with uprooted trees, toppled lamp posts and snapped power lines. Several roads were blocked in the city with uprooted trees. The amount of devastation in the state capital becomes evident if one takes a look at the streetsKolkata was heavily battered by the cyclone Amphan (pronounced as UM-PAN) resulting into 15 deaths in the city. The state capital on Thursday was dotted with uprooted trees, toppled lamp posts and

Amphan inflicts heavy damage in Kolkata | Deccan Herald

Sourav Ganguly, who resides in a luxurious bungalow in Kolkata, had to save the age-old tree at his house which got uprooted due to the Cyclone Amphan.Sourav Ganguly, who resides in a luxurious bungalow in Kolkata, had to save the age-old tree at his house which got uprooted due to the Cyclone Amphan.

Sourav Ganguly fixes mango tree uprooted by Cyclone Amphan, fans remember Natwest 2002 - Republic World

Kolkata Cyclone Amphan: Citizen journalist Ritankar Mazumder tells us how his city Kolkata looks like when cyclone Amphan made a landfall in West Bengal. How there was no electricity and the entire city was in a mess.Kolkata looked like an abandoned city where there was just destruction and mess.

Kolkata Cyclone Amphan: ‘Had to Skip Dinner Because Kitchen Was Flooded’

The Super Cyclone Amphan has left West Bengal in a state of shock with its fury. The amount of loss and devastation in Kolkata and other districts havThe Super Cyclone Amphan has left West Bengal in a state of shock with its fury. The amount of loss and devastation in Kolkata and other districts have posed new challenges amid COVID-19 pandemic.

Dadagiri Unlimited host Sourav Ganguly beautifully explains the meaning of ‘strength’ with his latest social media post - Times of India

Nothing, no forecast by weathermen, no cautionary advisory from the administration, no caveat from coast guards prepared us for the fury that was unleashed on us by Cyclone Amphan.Nothing, no forecast by weathermen, no cautionary advisory from the administration, no caveat from coast guards prepared us for the fury that was unleashed on us by Cyclone Amphan.

But at around 2:30 in the afternoon, something suddenly changed. The rain now pounded on glass doors and windows.But at around 2:30 in the afternoon, something suddenly changed. The rain now pounded on glass doors and windows.

The nightmare started for the capital city Kolkata soon after Cyclone Amphan making landfall near Digha. The city experienced winds in excess of 100kmh for hours together. This was accompanied by torrential rains nearly lasting for 24 hours, with little respite in between. The city observatory Alipore recorded 236.6mm of rain in 24hr, an all-time record in the month of May. With this the city has recorded 328mm rain in this month beating the earlier all-time figures.The nightmare started for the capital city Kolkata soon after Cyclone Amphan making landfall near Digha. The city experienced winds in excess of 100kmh for hours together. This was accompanied by torrential rains nearly lasting for 24 hours, with little respite in between.

Super Cyclone Amphan: Unprecedented nightmare for Kolkata | Skymet Weather Services