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Free rations for tsunami-affected people in Kerala

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State Government has announced that one month's free rations will be provided to the tsunami-affected people in the coastal districts of the State, says an official press release.

Each family will be provided 5 kg of rice per week, the release adds. District collectors will be responsible for identifying the beneficiaries, the release states. — Our Bureau

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