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Mission Sagar: India sends INS Kesari with medical teams, food to Indian Ocean countries

IndiaTimes Sunday, 10 May 2020
India on Sunday dispatched INS Kesari, carrying on board two medical assistance teams, medicines and essential food items, to countries in the southern Indian Ocean as part of the govt's 'Mission Sagar' initiative. The countries including Maldives, Mauritius, Madagascar, Comoros and Seychelles had requested India for assistance.
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