Five British men who have been in an Indian prison for nearly six months are adjusting to life on the outside.
They were released on bail last Saturday and will now fight to get all the charges dropped. They were being held for weapons offences but deny any wrongdoing. Nick Dunn, from Ashington, spoke exclusively to Tyne Tees.
You can seen Nick Dunn's full interview tonight on ITV News Tyne Tees at 6pm.
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