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Temperate cyclones develop over mid-latitudes between 35 degrees and 65 degrees North and South in both the hemisphere. A temperate cyclone is called mid-latitude depression, extra-tropical cyclones, frontal depressions and wave cyclones.
The cyclone is irregular winds movements involving closed air circulation around a low atmospheric pressure centre. This closed circulation due to atmospheric disturbance over and above the earth’s surface
Rowlatt Act – Imperial Legislative Council of British India passed the Rowlatt Act, 1919. This Act gave the power to arrest ordinary people without any trial.