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India tells Sri Lankan navy to stop killing Indian fishermen

Voicing concern over alleged attacks on Tamil Nadu fishermen by Sri Lankan Navy, finance minister Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday asked the defence force of that country not to open fire on the Indian fishermen but apprehend them if they had done something wrong.

Indian fisherman 'tied, thrown into sea'

Nagapattinam: In another incident of alleged attack by Sri Lankan navy, a fisherman was killed and two others injured while fishing off Kodiakarai coast in this district.

The man, who had put out

'Lankan navy firing at Indian fishermen by cannot be justified'

Chennai: With Sri Lankan Navy allegedly killing two Tamil Nadu fishermen in the last ten days, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said the shootings cannot be justified.

"There is no point an

Can't India prevent attacks on fishermen: Jayalalithaa

Chennai: Opposition AIADMK chief J. Jayalalithaa on Sunday said the central government was not doing enough to stop attacks on Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan Navy, as incidents were continuing eve

Attack on fishermen: TNCC seeks PM's intervention

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Congress today sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's intervention to put an end to the continued attacks on state fishermen allegedly by Sri Lankan Navy.

"Prime Minister and Ext

India protests fisherman's death, Lanka denies firing

India on Thursday protested the death of an Indian fisherman in firing by Sri Lankan Navy personnel and urged Colombo to avoid the use of force. "We have received reports of the death of an Indian fisherman due to firing by Sri Lankan Navy personnel," external affairs ministry spokesperson Vishnu Prakash said.

TN fishermen injured in "attack by Lankan Navy"

Around 20 fishermen from Tamil Nadu were injured when they were allegedly attacked by Sri Lankan Navy personnel in mid-sea off nearby Dhanushkdi, fisheries officials said here on Tuesday.

31 amateur fishermen rescued in Curonian Bay

Thirty-one amateur fishermen carried away on an ice block into the Curonian Bay were rescued, Kaliningrad emergency situations department spokesman Alexei Baranov said.

TN fishermen attacked

Some fishermen, who had put to sea from here in 400 boats, were injured after personnel of Sri Lankan navy allegedly hurled stones at them between Arichalmunai and Katchativu on Thursday, officials sa

Fishermen demand compensation for oil spill losses

The 800,000-strong fishing community in Maharashtra on Monday demanded compensation for what they claimed were huge losses to their trade following the oil spill outside Mumbai.

The state government

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