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US demands rescue of Asian migrants adrift at sea

The United States said today that thousands of vulnerable migrants adrift in Southeast Asian seas needed urgent rescue, as Myanmar told a regional meeting on the crisis that it was not to blame. More than 3,000 migrants from Bangladesh ... RTE Online, 19 hours ago

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MAROONED ON THE HIGH SEAS

Denied citizenship in the country of their birth and hounded by Buddhist fundamentalists, the Rohingyas of Burma present a classic example of the plight of Stateless people. Asad Ashraf reports Photo: Reuters In a secluded location on the ...
 Tehelka17 hours ago

Heavy seas pound Palliser coast

Monster waves have pounded Wairarapa's south coast over the past few days, leaving behind rocks, debris and damage to Cape Palliser Rd. Liz Ryniker, who has had a house in Whatarangi for 20 years and regularly goes fishing off the coast, said ...
 New Zealand Herald1 day ago

'All coastal states except Ker agreed on 61-day fishing ban'

Centre today said the decision to extend the ban on fishing in high seas to 61 days from 47 days during monsoon was agreed upon by all coastal states except Kerala. The Agriculture Ministry issued this statement on a day when Congress Vice President Rahul ...
 Business Standard2 days ago 'All coastal states except Kerala agreed on 61-day fishing ban'  Zee News2 days ago All States Except Kerala Agreed on 61-Day Fishing Ban: Centre  Outlook2 days ago
Times of India

China unveils assertive military strategy, extends naval reach

China Sea, China today unveiled an assertive military strategy enhancing its naval reach for the first time to "open seas protection" far from its shores which could pose a challenge to the Indian Navy especially in the Indian Ocean. Striking an aggressive ...
 Business Standard3 days ago China widens naval role; a challenge for India?  Times of India3 days ago China to extend military reach, build lighthouses in disputed waters  Jagran Post3 days ago China to extend offshore military reach to counter 'provocations'  DNA3 days ago
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US military begins search flights for stranded Rohingya migrants

tary surveillance flights to help locate stranded Rohingya and Bangladeshi boat people in Southeast Asian seas. State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said today that US Navy P8 aircraft flew over the weekend with Malaysian support. Rathke said the US has ...
 Business Standard3 days ago China Remains Silent on Rohingya Crisis  Outlook1 week ago
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Chinese navy to focus on 'open seas'

China is to focus on projecting its military presence beyond its borders at sea, according to a strategy document.The navy will shift its focus to "open seas protection", rather than "offshore waters defence" alone.It will also speed up developing its cyber ...
 MSN India3 days ago China to Project Its Military Further and Stronger  NDTV3 days ago Won't attack unless attacked: China's new military roadmap  India Today3 days ago
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China, US assert rights after exchange over South China Sea

China said Thursday it is entitled to keep watch over airspace and seas surrounding artificial islands it created in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, following an exchange in which its navy warned off a US surveillance plane. The United States said ...
 Times of India1 week ago China says it's entitled to keep watch over island claims  Rediff.com1 week ago China is moving away from co-operation to confrontation  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Why is Aung San Suu Kyi silent on plight of Rohingyas?

When thousands of Rohingya people from Burma were discovered floating in boats on the south-east Asian seas much of the world was understandably gripped by this unfolding human tragedy. Voices of anger were raised; something had to be done to end the suffering, to help those men, women and children in need. But what has surprised some is the silence of the Nobel peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Times of India

Rahul vows to fight for fishermen's rights over trawler ban

"The (Central) government is trying to take away (the rights of) seas from fishermen as it was taking away precious land of farmers," Rahul Gandhi said.
 Times of India2 days ago BJP hits back at Rahul Gandhi for his criticism of NDA govt  Deccan Herald1 day ago In Kerala, Rahul Gandhi raises his voice for fisherfolk  Asian Age2 days ago Rahul enjoys 'tasty fish' lunch at fisherman's house  DNA2 days ago
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