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13 Nov 2018, Edition - 1218, Tuesday

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Ooty News

Lorry strike continues for the second day. Vegetables rot in Ooty

Covai Post Network

With the lorry strike continuing for the second day, tonnes of vegetables including carrots, beetroots and potatoes grown in Ooty are getting stagnated for lack of means to transport them to markets in various parts of the country. And, this is the case for vegetables which are supposed to be supplied to Ooty too.

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