NFF secretary Manish Lodhari has informed Gujarat fisheries commissioner that he had received a wireless message about the seizure of two boats near IMBL on Jan 3. (Representative image) AHMEDABAD: Pakistan Marine Security Agency (MSA)'s seizure of two boats ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
Gujarat fishermen observe bandh to protest use of large fishing vessels - Indian Express, 2 months ago
Pakistan's arrests of Indian fishermen remains a mystery - Economic Times, 2 months ago
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In a gesture of gratitude, the 57 boats that arrived at Porbandar fishing harbour sported BJP flags and placards. (Source: Express photo) Fifty seven boats which were repatriated from Pakistan sported BJP flags and banners of Prime Minister ...Indian Express, 2 days ago 57 fishing boats released by Pakistan reach Porbandar Indian Express, 5 days ago 57 Indian fishing boats released by Pak to arrive today MSN News, 5 days ago 57 boats released by Pakistan to arrive Porbandar today Indian Express, 5 days ago
At a time when a delegation of the Gujarat Government is in Karachi to bring back Indian boats captured by Pakistan Marine Security Agency (PMSA), 48 more Indian fishermen apprehended and their eight boats have been seized by PMSA personnel near ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago Pakistan arrests 48 Indian fishermen off Gujarat coast Samaylive, 3 weeks ago Pakistan detains 48 Indian fishermen The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Pakistan captures 8 Indian boats, 48 Indian fishermen DeshGujarat, 3 weeks ago
Family members of a fisherman at a fish drying yard in Porbandar. (Source: Express Photo by Javed Raja) With the frequent arrests of Indian fishermen from coastal districts of Gujarat by the Pakistan Maritime Agency (PMA), the Gujarat Police have ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
ured two boats and detained 12 fishermen near international maritime boundary. The General Secretary of National Fish Workers Forum, Manish Lodhari, said that they got information from a non-government organisation. "There was news that Pakistan ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
Chandubhai on his trawler Fishermen and boat owners at Porbandar said on Saturday that they did not hear or see any fire or explosion at sea in the early hours of January 1, when the suspicious Pakistani boat blew itself up. If any Pakistani ...Indian Express, 2 months ago
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