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In pictures: Kolkata makes an effort to recover from signs of Remal fury

From Canning to Maidan and from College Street to Rabindra Sadan, life tries to limp back to normal

By My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 28.05.24, 06:15 PM
1/7 Scenes of destruction by Cyclone Remal dotted the Canning area on Monday afternoon

Scenes of destruction by Cyclone Remal dotted the Canning area on Monday afternoon

Soumyajit Dey
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2/7 The Maidan expanse remained full of mud and slush on Tuesday in the aftermath of Remal

The Maidan expanse remained full of mud and slush on Tuesday in the aftermath of Remal

Arnab Dutta
3/7 The owner of a books stall at the College Street ‘Boipara’ spreads books under the sun for drying on Tuesday. The entire stretch was waterlogged since Sunday night owing to incessant rainfall triggered by the cyclone

The owner of a books stall at the College Street ‘Boipara’ spreads books under the sun for drying on Tuesday. The entire stretch was waterlogged since Sunday night owing to incessant rainfall triggered by the cyclone

Suvendu Das
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4/7 The Maidan was dotted with fallen trees and broken branches on Tuesday after Kolkata was lashed by intermittent rain and gusty winds on Sunday and Monday

The Maidan was dotted with fallen trees and broken branches on Tuesday after Kolkata was lashed by intermittent rain and gusty winds on Sunday and Monday

Arnab Dutta
5/7 Parts of the roof at Kavi Nazrul Metro station were on Tuesday found badly damaged by the gusty cyclonic winds

Parts of the roof at Kavi Nazrul Metro station were on Tuesday found badly damaged by the gusty cyclonic winds

Soumyajit Dey
6/7 Uprooted trees remain scattered across the Maidan on Tuesday

Uprooted trees remain scattered across the Maidan on Tuesday

Arnab Dutta
7/7 Fallen trees on the pavement at Jawaharlal Nehru Road on Tuesday bore testimony to the fury unleashed by the cyclone for two days

Fallen trees on the pavement at Jawaharlal Nehru Road on Tuesday bore testimony to the fury unleashed by the cyclone for two days

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