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Sri Lankan PM hopeful of resolving fishing issue with India

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe Thursday expressed hope that the fishermen issue with India would be resolved as talks were going on at different levels, even as more than 40 Indian fishermen have been arrested by Lankan Navy this month.

Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa dashes off another letter to Modi on fishermen's arrest

A total of 15 fishermen and 91 boats were now under the custody of the Sri Lankan government.

Pakistan frees 18 Indian fishermen

At least 18 Indian fishermen were freed on Sunday by Pakistan as a goodwill gesture, an official source here said.

Four Indian fishermen apprehended by Sri Lankan Navy

Four Indian fishermen apprehended by Sri Lankan Navy

As many as four Indian fishermen and one boat were apprehended by the Sri Lankan Navy at Neduntheevu in early morning hours on Sunday.

Seven Indian fishermen arrested in Sri Lanka north

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, during his visit to India on May 13, had discussed the issue of problems faced by Indian fishermen in his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Lankan Navy detains seven Tamil fishermen

Sri Lankan Navy apprehended seven fishermen from Tamil Nadu when they were fishing near international maritime boundary line last night.

Pak apprehends 10 Indian fishermen off Gujarat coast

The Pakistani officials have arrested 10 Indian fishermen and seized their boats seized off Gujarat coast.

Pakistan arrests 10 Indian fishermen

The spokesperson added the fishermen were arrested from near Sir Creek, along the maritime border between Sindh and Gujarat.

272 Indian fishermen in jails abroad

As many as 272 Indian fishermen are in jails in four countries, the government said on Thursday.

Bodies of two Indian fishermen arrive from Pakistan

The bodies of two Indian fishermen hailing from Gujarat who died in a Pakistani jail arrived in Mumbai on Thursday and will be handed over to their families tomorrow.

Sri Lankan Navy assists in repatriation of three Indian fishermen

Sri Lankan Navy assists in repatriation of three Indian fishermen

The Sri Lankan Navy said that it has assisted in the repatriation of three Indian fishermen released from Sri Lankan custody on Wednesday.

Indian fishermen released from Pak jails could be security threat: Report

Indian fishermen released from Pak jails could be security threat: Report

State and intelligence agencies have been asked to monitor Indian fishermen who are returning from Pakistan after serving a jail term, as per a media threat.

96 Indian fishermen released by Sri Lanka

 Sri Lanka on Saturday handed over to India 96 Indian fishermen who were arrested for allegedly poaching into the country's territorial waters, the military said.

Lankan Navy detains nine Indian fishermen in Tamil Nadu

The Sri Lankan Navy on Thursday detained nine Indian fishermen and also seized a boat from them from Tamil Nadu`s Karainagar district.

59 Indian fishermen arrested in Pakistan

The fishermen belong to Gujarat.

Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency arrests 59 Indian fishermen, seizes 10 boats

Fifty-nine Indian fishermen have been arrested in Pakistan and their 10 boats seized for allegedly violating the country's territorial waters.

Pakistan arrests 59 Indian fishermen

The fresh arrest of Indian fishermen came days after the two countries released imprisoned fishermen.

Pakistan frees 86 Indian fishermen

Pakistan on Sunday released 86 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters, officials said, the second batch freed this month.

362 Indian fishermen still in Pak jail: Gujarat govt

As many as 362 Indian fishermen, mostly hailing from Gujarat and captured in the recent past, are lodged in Pakistan jail, the state government informed the Legislative Assembly here on Tuesday.

Lankan Navy arrests 28 fishermen on charges of crossing IMBL

Sri Lankan Navy personnel on Sunday arrested 28 Indian fishermen on charges of crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line and fishing in their territory.