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Sri Lanka arrests 15 Indian fishermen

The fishermen were arrested for poaching in the country’s waters off the north west of Talaimannar and Palk Strait this morning, Navy spokesman Akram Alavi said.

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23 Indian fishermen, detained at Diego Garcia, released

The mail said the fishermen have been released on November 7 from their exclusive economic zone.

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Pakistan arrests 27 Indian fishermen

An official of Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) has confirmed that “27 Indian fishermen were arrested with their four fishing vessels.”

Pakistan apprehends four Indian fishing boats off Jakhau coast in Gujarat

Coast Guard operation Centre in Gandhinagar confirmed the incident but refused to divulge any detail.

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12 Indian fishermen injured, 20 boats damaged in attack by Lankan navy

All the fishermen were part of a larger group, which had put out to sea in 531 boats on Monday.

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India releases 88 Pakistani fishermen as goodwill gesture during Ramadan

Pakistan also said on Thursday that it would released 113 Indian fishermen lodged in a jail in Karachi. They are expected to be handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah border.

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Pakistan arrests 47 Indian fishermen, seize 8 boats

The fishermen were arrested by Pakistan’s Maritime Security forces on Friday night in the Arabian Sea.

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Fishermen arrest: Karunanidhi seeks Modi’s intervention, urges to hold talk with Sirisena

Karunanidhi, however, welcomed Sirisena’s statement that his country wanted a solution to this issue without affecting the ties with India.

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Indians not allowed to fish in Sri Lankan waters, says Sirisena

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has instructed Lankan navy to seize boats .

The Lankan naval men allegedly attacked a boat carrying four Indian fishermen by pelting stones and bottles.

Sri Lanka arrests 54 Indian fishermen

The arrests came ahead of announcement of the dates for the direct fisher community talks between India and Sri Lanka.

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Sri Lanka to release 86 Indian fishermen to mark Modi’s visit

86 Indian fishermen arrested for allegedly poaching in Sri Lankan waters are set to be released as a goodwill gesture.

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India takes up fishermen issue after Lanka threat

Wickramasinghe said the shooting of fishermen does not amount to human rights violations.

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Indian fishermen may be shot if they cross border, says Sri Lanka PM Ranil Wickramasinghe

Alleged that Indian fishermen were taking away the livelihood of Northern Lanka fishermen.

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86 Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan navy

The fishermen were arrested on Friday off the eastern coast of Mullaithivu, Naval spokesman Commander Indika Silva said.

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Cops target fishermen’s wives to generate ‘fear of arrest’ in their men in deep sea

Until now, the fishermen were warned not to cross the International Maritime Boundary (IMB).