India's Recovery from the Tsunami In the days following a tsunami that killed more than 150,000 around the rim of the Indian Ocean, much attention has been paid to island nations and communities that suffered the worst. But India also saw 10,000 of its citizens die. As the country recovers, plans are being made to help prevent a repeat of the disaster.
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India's Recovery from the Tsunami

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India's Recovery from the Tsunami

India's Recovery from the Tsunami

India's Recovery from the Tsunami

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In the days following a tsunami that killed more than 150,000 around the rim of the Indian Ocean, much attention has been paid to island nations and communities that suffered the worst. But India also saw 10,000 of its citizens die. As the country recovers, plans are being made to help prevent a repeat of the disaster.

Guest:

Ambassador Ronen Sen, India's ambassador to the United States