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Pakistan Marine personnel open fire at Indian fishermen

Pakistani Maine personnel opened indiscriminate fire on Indian fishermen leaving one of them injured near the international border in Arabian sea off Jakhau coast on Thursday night, officials said on

Sri Lankan minister threatens protest in India

A Sri Lankan minister has threatened to take some 5,000 fishermen to India to protest against poaching by Indian fishermen in Sri Lankan waters.

Government Minister Douglas Devananda said he will lea

SC seeks Centre, Kerala's replies on Italian government's plea


The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from the Centre and the Kerala government on the Italian government's plea to quash criminal cases filed against two of its naval personnel on board Ital

India calls for rational demarcation of pirate-infested waters


India has called for 'clear demarcation' of the pirate-infested waters of the Indian Ocean to warn merchant vessels and the navies of the threat and to prevent incidents such as the killing of two Ind

Centre draws flak for ASG's submission in Italian ship case


The UPA government at the Centre has come under sharp attack from various quarters in Kerala over Additional Solicitor General Harin Raval's submission in the Supreme Court that Italian ship Enrica

Shooting incident happened in Indian waters: Minister


In the wake of the controversy over Additional Solicitor General Harin Raval's submission in the Supreme Court on the Italian ship 'Enrica Lexie' shooting incident, Centre on Saturday said it might

Enrica Lexie compensation issue resolved: Italy to pay Rs 2 crore


Bringing down the curtains on the Enrica Lexie compensation issue, the Republic of Italy has agreed to pay Rs 1 crore each as compensation to the families of the two fishermen killed at sea from firin

42-day custody: Italian marines remand extended

Chief judicial magistrate A.K. Gopakumar on Monday extended the remand period of the Italian marines, Latorre Massimillano and Salvatore Girone, till April 30 and sent them back to the central jail in

Pakistan releases 26 Indian fishermen


Pakistan on Thursday released 26 Indian fishermen, including a cancer patient, from a jail in Karachi.

After their release from Malir Jail, the fishermen said the authorities treated them well and th

Enrica Lexie offers bonanza to Jelestine’s family

Call it a relief or part of an effort to quickly solve the Enrica Lexie issue, the top brass of the Italian ministry have agreed to pay blood money, and bear the education expenses of Derreck, son of

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