BOMBAY, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Major ports in southern India were closed on Monday after a devastating tsunami hit the coast at the weekend, although damage to facilities is minimal and operations are expected to resume soon, shipping sources said. Several ships were moved from the port out to sea after the tsunami waves hit to escape the impact of the large waves near the shores, but no ships or oil tankers, except one bulk cargo vessel, were damaged, they said. Port authorities said the ...
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