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730 Indians leave Maldives on Navy ship

IndiaTimes Saturday, 9 May 2020
Over 730 stranded Indian nationals are now headed home from the Maldives on board amphibious warship INS Jalashwa under Phase-I of the major "Samudra Setu" (sea bridge) evacuation operation launched by the Navy.
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News video: Watch: Pregnant woman on board INS Jalashwa thanks Indian Navy

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A pregnant woman on board INS Jalashwa thanked Indian Navy for their efforts. She was among the 698 Indians evacuated from Maldives’ Male. The woman said that the Indian Navy had taken ‘very good care of them. The repatriation process is a part of Navy's Operation Samudra Setu. Watch the full...

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