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SBI's Andaman branches `now functional'

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Mumbai, Jan. 4

THE SBI Chairman, Mr A.K. Purwar, said the bank's branches in Andaman and Nicobar were marginally affected by the tsunami that swamped the islands on December 26. SBI has 18 branches in the islands, three of which were destroyed.

He said the three branches that were on smaller islands have been shifted to Port Blair. "All the 18 branches are now functional," he said.

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