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Good news for Orissa as fifth ODI goes ahead despite cyclone damage

MailOnline India
Monday, 14 October 2013

Good news for Orissa as fifth ODI goes ahead despite cyclone damageThough Orissa received a battering from Cyclone Phailin, the fifth One-Day International between India and Australia, scheduled to be held on October 26 at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, is still on.
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Source: Associated Press - on October 11, 2013

News video: Raw: India Villagers Evacuate Ahead of Cyclone

Raw: India Villagers Evacuate Ahead of Cyclone

Officials ordered tens of thousands of coastal villagers to flee their homes as a massive cyclone gathered strength and headed toward India's eastern seaboard. (Oct. 11)

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