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Shaju John

Vendors selling fish at a market in suburban Chennai. Demand for fish, which had declined after tsunami hit the coastal belt on December 26, has picked up again bringing cheers to fishermen, vendors and the seafood sector in general. This has also led to an increase in prices of marine products.

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