No X'mas festivities in coastal areas, sombre mood prevails

T'puram: Christmas was celebrated on Monday across the globe with fervour and gaiety. However, the agonies caused by Cyclone Ockhi took the sheen of Christmas festivities in coastal areas as the residents are yet to recover from the shock. However, the kin of missing fishermen are still keeping their hopes alive.

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