News Regional07 May 2019

India:Insurers prepare for claims from cyclone Fani


Insurers are preparing to manage claims arising from an extremely powerful cyclone which battered the eastern Indian state of Odisha on 3 May causing extensive damage to property, vehicles, crops and the loss of at least 56 lives. According to risk modelling and data analytics firm AIR Worldwide, Fani is the equivalent of a strong Category 3 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Scale and is the strongest cyclone to make landfall in Odisha since Phailin in October 2013. Several news report have also labelled cyclone Fani as the worst storm in four decades affecting eastern India and neighbouring Bangladesh.

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