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Sri Lanka Navy rescues Indian fishermen
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Three Indian fishermen rescued by Sri Lankan navy

At least three Indian fishermen have been rescued by the Sri Lankan Navy off the northern coast, a top Naval official said today. The post Three Indian fishermen rescued by Sri Lankan navy appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 3 hours ago
Sri Lanka Navy rescues Indian fishermen Business Standard, 4 hours ago
Sri Lankan Navy rescues Indian fishermen The Freepress Journal, 2 hours ago
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Times of India

Lanka Navy arrests 14 Indian fishermen

Colombo:The Sri Lankan navy on Sunday arrested 14 Indian fishermen for allegedly poaching in Sri Lankan waters. Naval spokesman Kosala Warnakulasuriya said they were arrested off the coast of Jaffna's Delft islet this morning at around 10 am ...
 News Today5 days ago Lankan navy arrests 14 Indian fishermen, 3 boats seized  India Today5 days ago Sri Lankan navy apprehends 14 Tamil Nadu fishermen  Times of India5 days ago Sri Lankan Navy Arrests 14 Indian Fishermen  New Indian Express5 days ago
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Tamil Nadu fishermen chased away by Sri Lankan Navy personnel

Representational image (Photo: DC/File) Rameswaram: A group of Tamilian fishermen were chased away by Sri Lankan Naval personnel on Sunday while fishing in the Palk Strait, officials said. The Sri Lankan Naval personnel chased away more than ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago TN fishermen chased away by Lankan Navy personnel  Press Trust of India6 days ago Indian fishermen chased away by Sri Lankan Navy  NetIndia123.com4 days ago
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Eurasia Review

Sri Lanka: Is Indian concerns on Chinese naval presence justified?

N Sathiya Moorthy 18 November 2014 Three Chinese naval vessels calling on Sri Lankan ports in over six months - two of them submarines that can only be offensive platforms - and sections of the Indian strategic ...
 Observer India1 week ago Sri Lanka: Are Indian Concerns On Chinese Naval Presence Justified? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Navy chief hopes his Sri Lankan counterpart's …

New Delhi, Oct.27 (ANI): Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Robin K. Dhowan, on Monday expressed hope that the visit of his Sri Lankan counterpart Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera would further strengthen and bridge the friendship that exists between the two ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Sub Docking Issue between SL, China: Navy  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Security Concerns Over Chinese Submarines Visit To Colombo Analysis  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago India plays down the submarine issue  Lankapuvath2 weeks ago
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IBNLive India News

Sri Lanka allows China's submarine to dock

Chinese Defense Ministry said it is nothing unusual for its naval vessel to dock at Colombo port despite concerns raised by India. Sri Lanka allowed a Chinese submarine to dock at its Colombo harbor in Colombo on Sunday, despite concerns raised by ...
 CHINAdaily3 weeks ago Sri Lanka allows Chinese submarine to dock  CHINAdaily Africa3 weeks ago China defends its submarines making port calls in Sri Lanka  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago China says nothing unusual in submarine docking at Lanka port  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Lankan Vice Admiral in Kochi

Flag Officer Commanding in Chief of the Southern Naval command, Vice Admiral SPS Cheema, today held discussions with Sri Lanka Navy Chief Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera. The Sri Lankan Navy chief, who arrived here yesterday, is on a three-day visit ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Sri Lankan Navy Commander visits ENC  The Hindu1 month ago Lankan Navy Commander Visits SNC  New Indian Express1 month ago Sri Lanka Navy Commander, pres arrived in Kochi  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
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Indian Express

Chinese Takeaway: Lanka pit-stop

Both Colombo and Beijing have countered India's concerns by stating that there is nothing unusual about Chinese naval visits to Lankan ports. An explanation often is worse than the presumed offence. Statements from Colombo and Beijing this week on ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago The Great Game Folio  Carnegie Endowment1 month ago
International Business Times India

Another Chinese Submarine Docked in Sri Lankan Port; India Raises Concerns

China has docked another submarine and a warship in the Indian Ocean Region in Sri Lanka, its second naval adventurism in the region in two months, much to the chagrin of Indian authorities who are looking at it as a security threat. ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago China dismisses Indias concerns over its submarine docking in Colombo  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago China dismisses India's concerns over its submarine docking in Colombo  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Fishing nets of 20 boats damaged by Sri Lankan naval personnel

llegedly by Sri Lankan naval personnel near Katchatheevu islet. Fishermen Association president S Emerit said here today that 535 mechanised boats from this coastal town had put out to sea last night. The Sri Lankan naval personnel came to the area in five ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Fishing nets of 20 Indian boats damaged by Sri Lankan naval personnel  DNA1 month ago
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