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Lanka arrests 65 Indian fishermen


Nagapattinam: Sixtyfive fishermen in nine trawlers, all hailing from Nagapattinam and Karaikkal districts, have been reportedly detained by the Sri Lankan navy for allegedly violating the internati

Captain asks centre to review katchatheevu


Chennai: DMDK founder and Opposition leader in the Tamil Nadu Assembly Vijayakant on Tuesday asked the Centre to review the 1974 agreement ceding Katchatheevu to Sri Lanka, and said it will be a solu

Jayalalithaa writes to PM for Tamil Nadu fishermen


Chennai: Expressing concern over Centre’s apathy on the continuing “menacing and predatory acts” of Sri Lankan Navy against Tamil fishermen, chief minister J. Jayalalithaa on Thursday wrote a lette

60 Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan navy

At least 60 fishermen from Tamil Nadu were arrested by Sri Lankan navy personnel while fishing near Katchatheevu today, an official from fishermen association said.

Sri Lankan navy arrests 43 Indian fishermen

At least 43 Indian fishermen have been arrested by Sri Lankan Navy for allegedly violating the international maritime boundary.

The Navy spokesperson Kosala Warnakulasuriya said some 43 fishermen on

IFS no place for rogue diplomats, warns Rao

Jan. 30: With the recent behaviour of some Indian diplomats creating public embarrassment for the country, foreign secretary Nirupama Rao has warned potential offenders that there will be zero toleran

Lankan Navy lynches TN fisherman

Nagapattinam, Jan. 23: The Sri Lankan Navy brutally killed another Tamil Nadu fisherman off the Vedaranyam coast in Nagapattinam district late on Saturday night.

Ten days after the shooting death of

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.

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

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