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Visakhapatnam, December 29, 2004

The representative of the GR Enterprises of TCI Seaways, Pattaibiramayya at a press conference on Tuesday said the Transport Corporation of India Seaways Limited a company of the TCI group and offered to take relief material to the tsunami ravaged Andaman and Nicober islands is ready to transport the materials on road to the ports of Visakhapatnam, Chennai and Mumbai for loading onto its ships. Institutions and persons who are willing to donate relief material could send the same to the three places. The TCI transport the relief material donated at other parts of the country by road to the three ports. The materials would be loaded onto the TCI Seaways ships, now being load with the food grains by the FCI at the Visakhapatnam and Chennai airports. Another ship would leave for the Andamans in the first week of the next month. Interested persons can contact GR Enterprises at plot No.3, Dasapalla Layout (telephone: 2561192 and 2569247 or 2566489 or on mobile 98491 13932.

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Visakhapatnam, December 29, 2004

More than 200 students of GITAM including 70 girls donated blood at one day camp organized on the GITAM campus on Wednesday by the Inner Wheel Club of Visakhapatnam in association with AS Raja Voluntary Blood Bank and the NSS Unit of the College Management Studies, GITAM.

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Visakhapatnam, December 29, 2004

Indian Navy personnel aboard INS Sandhayak and INS Sukanya which have already reached Trincomalee in Sri Lanka began their relief operations on Wednesday and attended on the displaced people in refugee camps. According to an Eastern Naval Command spokesman, medical camps were set up on a war footing in the neighborhood of Trincomalee and even in remote places. Over seven hundred Sri Lankanans were treated in the first few hours of the camps. Large quantities of relief material were being loaded onto the medium build landing ship tank, INS Ghorpad at the Naval Base on Wednesday and the ship carried over 25 tonnes of rice 30 tonnes of drinking water sachets 10 tonnes of dal and 10 tonnes of vegetables and fruits besides blankets. Naval personnel of INS Khanjar which is currently patrolling the area distributed provisions to the affected people at Porto Novo and Cuddalore. The medical team treated nearly 300 patients at Nagapatnam.

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Visakhapatnam, December 29, 2004

The police on Wednesday unearthed two dumps with a huge quantity of high grade explosives in the vicinity of Koondrapalli village in the GK Veedhi mandal of the agency region in the district. The first of the dumps had 150 kg of gelatin sticks, three grenades, some revolutionary literature, diaries, 20 audio cassettes 15 CDs batteries and other material. The second had 30 directional mines and 25pairs of new olive green uniforms. According to Sanjay Kumar Jain the explosive material was adequate to blast 70 to 80 vehicles.

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