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cyclone Bonnie has left flooding and damage across parts of India and Bangladesh but the evacuation of over two million people in those countries appears to have helped avoid a worst case scenario , funny killed at least twelve people when it made landfall on Friday in eastern India with winds of over two hundred miles per hour it was later downgraded to depression as it moves inland towards Bangladesh regardless it was the strongest storm to hit the region in five years now attention is turning to recovery efforts and salvaging what is left in the worst hit areas , Bangladesh alone people have been moved to over four thousand shelters India's prime minister moody is expected to visit the parts of his country hit on Monday