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Mumbai: Strong sea waves near the Gateway of India as Cyclone Tauktae approaches the coast on Monday.

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In Photos: Cyclone Tauktae Leaves Behind a Trail of Destruction

Over one lakh people have been shifted from low-lying coastal areas in Gujarat.

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India
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Cyclone Tauktae, categorized as an "extremely severe" cyclonic storm by the India Meteorological Department (IMD), made landfall on Monday, 17 May, a process which is likely to go on for over two more hours.

At least six people died and nine others were injured in Maharashtra after the cyclone left a trail of destruction in its wake along the country’s western coast. Over one lakh people have been shifted from low-lying coastal areas in Gujarat due to the emergency.

In Mumbai, the cyclone triggered heavy rainfall and gales of over 100 kmph on Monday.

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