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Jayalalithaa seeks PM Modi's intervention to secure release of 15 TN fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan navy
Times of India

Jayalalithaa seeks PM Modi's intervention for release of ...

Hours after Sri Lankan Navy apprehended 16 Indian fishermen for allegedly violating the International Maritime Boundary, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention for their release along with ... Zee News, 1 month ago
Sri Lanka Navy arrests 16 Indian fishermen Business Standard, 1 month ago

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After Pak Firing, Coast Guard Escorting Indian Boat Home: Latest Developments

16:12 IST One person was killed when Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency fired upon a boat with Indian fishermen in international waters today off the Gujarat coast. Here are the latest developments in the story: The Indian man killed has been ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Indian fisherman killed as Pak Navy fires at two boats off Gujarat coast  Asia Times Online2 weeks ago Indian fisherman killed in firing off Gujarat coast  News on Air2 weeks ago Indian fisherman shot off Guj, Pak role suspected  Times of India2 weeks ago

Seven Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan naval personnel

he International Maritime Boundary Line and fishing in their waters. Joint Director of Fisheries (Nagapattinam), Subburaj said the naval personnel surrounded their boat near Paruthiturai, seized their GRPS equipment and fishing net. The fishermen from Tamil ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

Nigeria: Blow-Up Ships Involved in Illegal Oil Bunkering - Rtd Admiral Ombu

Rear Admiral Godwill Ombu ventured into maritime consultancy after his retirement from the Navy. In this interview, he advocates stiffer penalties for illegal bunkering to check the growing menace of oil theft in Nigeria. Excerpts: What is the role ...
 AllAfrica.com2 months ago Blow-Up Ships Involved in Illegal Oil Bunkering - Rtd Admiral Ombu [interview]  Individual.com2 months ago
Fiji Sun

Maritime Agreement Signed

International Day of Democracy discussion panelists (from left), head of EU delegation to Pacific Andrew Jacobs, Speaker to Parliament Dr Jiko Luveni and UN resident co-ordinator Osnat Lubrani at Parliament House yesterday. Photo: Ronald Kumar ...
 Fiji Sun2 weeks ago
Maritime Global News

BIMCO's Free Events at London International Shipping Week

by BIMCO's breakfast brief, titled "The Future Of Maritime Security" is aimed at CEOs and Directors who will have an opportunity to hear more on the latest threats facing merchant vessels operating in risk prone areas, how this threat is calculated ...
 Maritime Global News1 month ago BIMCO to hold two events at LISW on the latest security developments  Ship Management International1 month ago
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Xin Min Gong: Chinese firms must be more aware of legal boundaries

August 6th, 2015 Greater China , Maritime CEO , Regulatory 0 comments Dalian: The industry should pay greater attention on basic law concepts when doing business, says Li Hongwei, chief partner of Liaoning Xin Min Gong law firm. In some ...
 Splash 2471 month ago

Somalia now takes Kenya to The Hague over maritime boundary

Kenya and Somalia are locked in a maritime boundary dispute that is likely to take several years before being resolved by The Hague- based court. On July 13, Somalia filed a petition at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Kenya's infringing ...
 East African2 months ago

Pakistan arrests 65 Indian fishermen off Gujarat coast

Pakistan Maritime Security Agency on Saturday apprehended around 65 fishermen along with their 12 boats off the Gujarat coast, officials of National Fishworkers Forum said. This is the biggest and the fourth major incident of apprehending Indian fishermen by the PMSA since January this year. "PMSA personnel have apprehended around 65 fishermen and their 12 boats off Gujarat coast," Secretary of NFF Manish Lodhari said. "Those fishermen from Okha and Porbandar town of the state sailed off the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Pakistan apprehends 12 boats, 65 fishermen off Gujarat coast  DNA1 day ago
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Obama Takes on Climate Change: The Rolling Stone Interview 2 days ago

I n Alaska, President Obama was in a very good mood. He visited the state in late summer to draw attention to the looming climate catastrophe the world faces, but with the exception of one big policy speech when he sounded as apocalyptic as any ...
 Rolling Stone1 week ago
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