Eight fishermen were injured in separate incidents of attack allegedly by the Sri Lankan Navy while fishing off Kodiakarai coast, fisheries department officials said on Thursday. Gunasekaran, assistant director of fisheries, Nagapattinam, said four fishermen had put to sea in a fibreglass boat from Vanavanmahadevi near Nagapattinam when Lankan Navy allegedly attacked them with wooden logs while they were fishing few knots South East off Kodiakarai last night. They also seized their catch ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Eight Fishermen Injured in Two Attacks by Lankan Navy - Outlook India, 1 month ago
8 assaulted in mid-sea by Sri Lankan navy - New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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Around 26 fishermen from Karaikal district of Puducherry were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy off the Kodiakarai coast. Their arrest on Friday night has invoked protests from political parties and pro-Tamil outfits in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.Times of India, 1 month ago Six TN fishermen assaulted by Lankan Navy near Kodiakarai News on Air, 2 months ago No Indian fishermen arrested: Sri Lankan Navy Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Sri Lanka Navy denies arresting Indian fishermen NDTV, 1 month ago
Denying that its navy had entered Indian waters and fired at Indian fishermen off Kodiakarai coast, Sri Lanka today said it was committed to "not using force and extending all humane treatment to all fishermen at all times." Reacting to reports of alleged ...Outlook, 2 months ago Sri Lanka denies firing at Indian fishermen Prokerala, 2 months ago Sri Lanka out to intimidate India: Jayalalithaa Rediff.com, 2 months ago
An Indian fisherman is injured as Sri Lankan naval personnel allegedly fire at some fishing boats off Kodiakarai coast, about 200 km from Rameswaram.Hindustan Times, 2 months ago Indian fisherman injured in firing by Lankan Navy Economic Times, 2 months ago Lankan Navy rubbishes reports of firing on Indian fishermen Sify, 2 months ago Fisherman shot at by Sri Lankan Navy The Hindu, 2 months ago
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The forest department of Nagapattinam district carried out annual wildlife census operation at Point Calimere (Kodiakarai) wildlife sanctuary taking the help of students,researchers and volunteers.Economic Times, 2 months ago
Karaikal: In the third such attack, six fishermen who ventured into the sea, got injured when they were attacked allegedly by Sri Lankan naval men off Kodiakarai coast, fisheries department officials said on Saturday. The fishermen of Kilinjalmedu fishing ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago Four Tamil fishermen attacked by Sri Lankan navy Mumbai News.Net, 1 month ago Assistance for victims of Lankan Navy attacks New Indian Express, 1 month ago Lankan Navy attacks 6 fishermen Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
New Delhi, March 8: The attack on four fishermen from Karaikal by Sri Lankan Coast Guard personnel while fishing off Kodiakarai coast comes at a time when India is caught in a bind on the voting on the upcoming UN rightsOne India, 2 months ago
Nagapattinam, Apr 11: Four fishermen of Nagapattinam district complained that the Sri Lankan Navy personnel had brutally attacked them late in the evening on Wednesday when they were fishing off Kodiakarai coast. The fishermen returned to the shore ...Chennai Online, 1 month ago
Nagapattinam (TN), Mar 25 (PTI) Two Sri Lankan fishermen drifted into Indian territorial waters after their boat ran out of fuel in mid sea off the island nation, official sources said.The fishermen from Valvettithurai in Jaffna district ventured ...Press Trust of India, 1 month ago 2 Sri Lankan fishermen drift into Indian waters Indian Express, 1 month ago
Four fishermen from here were injured when they were allegedly attacked by Sri Lankan Coast Guard personnel while fishing off Kodiakarai coast, fisheries department officials said today. Five Karaikal-based fishermen had ventured into the sea on March 2 in a ...Outlook, 2 months ago Four fishermen injured in attack by Lankan Coast Guard Zee News, 2 months ago
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