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Chennai Water Crisis: Train carrying 50,000 litres of water in each wagon from Vellore reaches drought-hit city

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The first train 'usual' carrying water from Jolarpet railway station in Vellore district reached Chennai on Friday
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News video: Indian authorities deploy water train to mitigate Chennai's ongoing drought

Indian authorities deploy water train to mitigate Chennai's ongoing drought 02:46

In its attempt to mitigate the water scarcity in the southern Indian city of Chennai, a special train was deployed by authorities which carried around 2.5 million litres of water from the state's Vellore district. The train reached Chennai's Villivakkam station at around noon today (July 12) after...

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