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UPDATED: 08:53, December 29, 2004
Disaster-affected people try to restore normal life
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Local fishermen prepare their nets for fishing while waiting for the government's lifting of bans on fishing in Chennai, capital of the worst-affected state of Tamil Nadu in south India, on Dec. 28, 2004. The life in Chennai came back to normal Tuesday after the tsunami hit the city on Sunday morning. The severe killer waves have claimed about 7, 000 lives in India at large.

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A local old woman waits to get water beside a manual pump in a village of Chennai, capital of the worst-affected state of Tamil Nadu in south India, on Dec. 28, 2004.

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Local cleaners clean a seawater-flushed road in a village of Chennai, capital of the worst-affected state of Tamil Nadu in south India, on Dec. 27, 2004.

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Two Indian policemen stand guard near the Madras Beach in Madras, capital of State of Tanuk Nadu, India on Dec. 28, 2004. People are forbidden to enter the beach due to the tsunami causing 7000 deaths in India on Dec. 26.

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Local fishermen dry their sea water-soaked books in the sun in a village of Chennai, capital of the worst-affected state of Tamil Nadu in south India, on Dec. 28, 2004.

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