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Talks between Indian, Sri Lankan fishermen end on positive note
Times of India

Lanka Court Orders Inspection of Rajapaksa's Brother's Account

A Sri Lankan court today ordered the southern town of Galle to inspect the bank accounts of Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, the former defence secretary and brother of ex-president Mahinda Rajapaksa. A magistrate court in Galle had on March 9 issued an ... Outlook India, 17 hours ago
Colombo orders release of 54 fishermen The Hindu, 3 days ago
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Lankapuvath

Fishermen released by Lankan navy reach home

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Released fishermen reach Mandapamon Wednesday.— Photo: L. BALACHANDAR All the 54 fishermen from Rameswaram and Pudukottai, arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy on Sunday on the charge of poaching and released ...
 The Hindu1 day ago Released fishermen arrive Rameswaram  Press Trust of India1 day ago Released fishermen reach Tamil Nadu  Lankapuvath22 hours ago 54 Tamil Nadu Fishermen Detained by Lanka Reach Rameswaram  New Indian Express1 day ago
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Indian Naval vessels to reach Sri Lanka's east coast for drill

ps from the Indian Navy's First Training Squadron, namely Indian Naval Ships TIR and KESARI, Indian Coast Guard Ship VARUNA and Sail Training Ship SUDARSHINI, are visiting Trincomalee from March 27-29, the Indian High Commission here said today. A series of ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago

Indian Navy ships visiting Sri Lanka to train navy personnel

Four ships from Indian Navy�s First Training Squadron will be visiting Trincomalee in Sri Lanka on a three day interaction with Sri Lankan Navy personnel. The Indian Naval Ships Tir and Kesari and Indian Coast Guard Ships Varuna and Sudarshini will reach ...
 News on Air15 hours ago
Independent Television Network

54 Indian fishermen released

The 54 Indian fishermen who were apprehended by the Navy for straying into Lankan waters and engaged in fishing, have been released on the instructions of the President. They were free with the resumption of the Indo-Lanka fisheries talks.The Indian ...
 Independent Television Network2 days ago Sri Lankan navy apprehends 54 Indian fishermen  Times of India4 days ago Sri Lanka: 54 Indian fishermen arrested  PardaPhash4 days ago Sri Lanka arrests 54 Indian fishermen  Manorama Online1 day ago
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Oneindia

Sri Lankan courts release TN fishermen

Rameswaram, Mar 24: Two Sri Lankan courts on Tuesday, Mar 24 ordered the release of 54 Tamil Nadu fishermen, whose arrest by Sri Lankan Navy has threatened to derail talks between representatives of fishers of the two neighbouring countries, a ...
 Oneindia2 days ago TN fishermen released by Sri Lankan courts  Press Trust of India2 days ago Arrested Tamil Nadu fishermen to return home tomorrow  Lankapuvath2 days ago TN CM urges Centre to prevail upon Lanka to release arrested fishermen  NetIndia123.com4 days ago
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India Today

Sri Lanka hands over 168 fishermen to Coast Guard

Sri Lankan authorities on Tuesday handed over 168 Indian fishermen and 51 boats to the Indian Coast Guard at the International Maritime Boundary Line. ICG ship Rani Abbakka received the fishermen and the fishing boats from the Sri Lankan Navy and ...
 India Today1 week ago Lankan Navy hands over 168 Indian fishermen to Indian CG  Press Trust of India1 week ago Sri Lankan Navy hands over 168 Indian fishermen to Indian Coast Guard  Topnews.in1 week ago PTI - LANKA - COASTGUARD - Lankan Navy hands over 168 Indian fishermen to Indian CG  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Ani News

Attacks on fishermen will affect ties with Sri Lanka

DMK leader M. Karunanidhi warned that attack on Tamil fishermen by the Sri Lankan Navy would affect the bilateral relationship between India and Sri Lanka, especially at a time Prime
 The Hindu1 week ago Attacks on fishermen will hit ties with Sri Lanka  The Hindu1 week ago Karunanidhi slams Lankan attack on fishermen  The Gulf Today1 week ago Karunanidhi slams Ranil's remarks  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Sri Lanka Police Questions Naval Officer Over Missing People

Mr. Jaitley Is High On Infra, Low On Social Spending The PM's drive to make India a healthier and more literate nation seems set to be handicapped Corporate Friendly? Damn Right It Is Tax cuts, Tatkal for starting businesses, delaying GAAR, corporate India ...
 Outlook3 weeks ago PTI - LANKA-OFFICER - Sri Lanka police quiz Naval officer over missing people  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago Sri Lanka police quiz Naval officer over missing people  Deepika Global3 weeks ago
Times of India

Lankan Navy chase away Tamil Nadu fishermen

Rameswaram: Sri Lankan naval personnel allegedly threatened and chased away Tamil Nadu fishermen when they were fishing near Katchatheevu this morning, a local representative of the Fishermen's Association claimed. Rameswaram Fishermen Association president S ...
 Zee News1 month ago Sri Lankan Navy chase away Tamil Nadu fishermen  Times of India2 months ago Lankan Navy chase away TN fishermen  Business Standard2 months ago
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