A non-place by the sea

In December 1964, a storm swept through the Indian port of Dhanushkodi, killing nearly 2,000 people, and the state government declared the town unfit for habitation. Fifty years on, Meara Sharma and Henry Peck, for Guernica magazine, meet the residents who refused to move.

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