Cyclone Nisarga to Disrupt India’s Mumbai Financial Hub

Mumbai, the financial capital of Asia’s third-largest economy, is likely to be affected by a cyclonic storm Wednesday, potentially causing widespread disruption in business and hurting efforts to fight the virus outbreak in a city that’s emerged as the epicenter of infections in India.

The second cyclone in the country in a fortnight will carry heavy rain and wind speeds as high as 120 kilometers per hour (75 miles). It is seen hitting the coasts of Maharashtra and Gujarat Wednesday afternoon and will be intense enough to damage communication, electricity poles, trees, and plantations, according to the India Meteorological Department.


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