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Islamic State terrorists set sail from Sri Lanka, Kerala coast on high alert

Police stations along the state coastline were told to lookout for suspicious vessels in the sea. The coastal police department has been on alert ever since Sri Lanka issued the intelligence input on May 23.

Coast Guard seize 'suspicious' vessel off Kerala coast

Satellite set, Pakistani ID card seized; Kerala police interrogating crew

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Coast guard intercepts suspicious Iranian ship off Kerala coast

The Indian Coast Guard handed over them to the local police who have registered a case against them under the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against Safety of Maritime Navigation 2002.

Marines won’t be tried under anti-piracy law: Centre to SC

The government had earlier ruled out death penalty to accused marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone.

Sibal to MHA: Drop charges under anti-piracy law

At a meeting called by Vahanvati, the MHA had opposed complete dilution of charges under SUA.

MHA revokes death penalty clause

When NIA initially booked the two marines under this section of SUA, Italy objected to it.

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NIA records statement of 4 Italian marines via video-conferencing

The four were witness to the killing of two fishermen in 2012.

Marines case: Witnesses refuse to come to India

The MHA has sought legal opinion from the Ministry of Law and Justice in connection with the alleged killing of two Indian fishermen by two Italian marines off Kerala coast.

Monsoon to hit Kerala coast on June 3: Met dept

This is two days behind what is considered to be the normal date of onset.

Return of marines is SC’s victory: BJP

It is not a diplomatic win,but a victory of the Supreme Court.

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Marine 'not returning' to India violation of solemn undertaking by Italy: Tharoor

Trivandrum /Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Condemning the Italian Government's stand that the marine accused of killing Indian fishermen off the Kerala Coast would not return to India, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday expressed serious concern over the matter and said that the people must be able to trust the sovereign word of a sovereign government.Reiterating similar views, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wedneday said that the government should take a note of this issue.

Marine 'not returning' to India violation of solemn undertaking by Italy: Tharoor

Trivandrum /Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Condemning the Italian Government's stand that the marine accused of killing Indian fishermen off the Kerala Coast would not return to India, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday expressed serious concern over the matter and said that the people must be able to trust the sovereign word of a sovereign government.Reiterating similar views, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wedneday said that the government should take a note of this issue.

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