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5 Fishermen Hurt in Fresh Attack by Sri Lankan Navy
New Indian Express

5 Fishermen Hurt in Fresh Attack by Sri Lankan Navy

NAGAPATTINAM: In the first attack after the change of guard in Sri Lanka, five fishermen from the district were allegedly assaulted and chased away by the Sri Lankan navy personnel after snatching away their catch and nets in the sea off ... New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Sea of discord The Hindu, 2 months ago
Indian fishermen chased away by Sri Lankan Navy NetIndia123.com, 2 months ago

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Manorama Online, 3 weeks ago

Tamil Nadu fishermen accuse Sri Lanka Navy of chasing away 3,000 Indian fishermen

Fishermen in the Rameswaram area of Tamil Nadu have reportedly accused personnel of the Sri Lankan Navy of threatening and chasing away 3000 Indian fishermen. Media reports quoted them, as saying that Sri Lankan Naval personnel issued the warning ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago TN fishermen accuse Lanka Navy of chasing away 3,000 Indian fishermen  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Tamil Nadu fishermen tracking GPS to sail in waters along the India-Sri Lanka border  IBNLive India News2 months ago
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Reuters India

Rajapaksa pardons 5 Indians on death row

8:50pm IST COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's president on Wednesday pardoned five Indian fishermen who had been sentenced to death for drug trafficking, a move likely to reduce tensions with India. The death penalty triggered a diplomatic row ...
 Reuters India2 months ago Colombo's decision to free Indian fishermen smart diplomacy  Indian Express2 months ago Sri Lanka president pardons five Indian fishermen on death row  Reuters Canada2 months ago Sri Lanka president pardons 5 Indian fishermen on death row  Firstpost.com2 months ago
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How Tuna fish could resolve the India-Sri Lanka geopolitical conflict

By: Sandhya Ravishankar On a misty cool morning, five men set out from Rameswaram on a boat to catch prawns near the Sethusamudram canal. At 12:40 pm, they heard gunshots. "The Lankan authorities are here, they are shooting, all of you lie down," ...
 Economic Times2 months ago How Tuna fish varieties like yellowfin, skipjack could resolve the India-Sri Lanka geopolitical conflict  Economic Times2 months ago

Remembering Tsunami: 10 years on

UAE expats recount horror of the 2004 tsunami that claimed more than 230,000 lives in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and the Maldives The pearl got its shine restored By Sunita Menon (Web Editor) Dubai: There was destruction, ...
 Fujairah News1 month ago

Incalculable Loss To Our Fish Habitat

Indian Fishermen Use Bottom Trawling By Camelia Nathaniel In spite of many discussions held in both countries, the fishing issues faced by Sri Lanka due to the encroachment of Indian vessels entering its territorial waters still remain a huge ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago
IPA Newspack.com

INDIAN MSMEs SET TO BATTLE IT OUT FOR Rs 18,000 CRORE DEFENCE PIE

KOLKATA: The Defence Procurement Policy 2013 and the Make in India campaign have created a staggering Rs.18,000 crore ($3 billion) opportunity for the Indian defence MSME (micro, small and medium) sector as numerous offsets in the three wings of the ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
Asiaone

Gone fishing by hook or by crook

It was a signal the fight against illegal fishing in the region has been taken to a new level: A group of Vietnamese fishing trawlers in flames and sinking slowly after being blasted with gunfire by the Indonesian navy. Last Sunday, Indonesia sank ...
 Asiaone1 month ago Indonesia fights back in crackdown on boats illegally fishing in nat'l territory  China Post1 month ago Gone fishing - by hook or by crook  Asia News Network1 month ago
Indian Express

Drawing a line in water

Skenitta, wife of K Prakash, one of the four sentenced to death, works as a nursing assistant. (Source: Express photo by Arun Janardhanan) Every morning, fishermen set off from the Pamban coast in TN, braving the high-seas and the patrol boats ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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