The southeast Indian town of Cuddalore was not hit as hard as other communities on the coast, but the speed of its recovery is remarkable nonetheless. People from India's many diverse linguistic and ethnic groups are sending supplies and volunteers are arriving to help with the reconstruction. Laura Womack reports.
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