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Operation Samudra Setu: Cochin Port prepares for handling evacuees

IndiaTimes Sunday, 10 May 2020
"Samudrika Cruise Terminal has been opened up for handling the expatriates and Port has taken up necessary refurbishments consistent with the medical protocols," Cochin Port Trust said in a statement. The first group of 698 persons evacuated from the Maldives arrived at Cochin Port today at 9:30 am on board 'INS Jalashwa' of the Indian Navy.
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