Lankan navy hands over Indian fishermen to Coast Guard

Sri Lankan navy on Thursday handed over 94 Tamil Nadu fishermen taken into custody by them to the Indian Coast Guard at the International Maritime Boundary Line, police said.

38 Indian fishermen remanded to judicial custody in Sri Lanka

Two courts in Sri Lanka remanded the 38 Indian fishermen, arrested by Lankan Naval personnel for reportedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line, to judicial custody till August 1 and 4.

Jaya opposes installing buoys on IMBL with Sri Lanka

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Tuesday termed as "inappropriate" the Centre`s proposal to conduct feasibility study on installing buoys on International Maritime Boundary Line as the state government has not accepted IMBL with Sri Lanka as a settled issue.

22 released fishermen handed over to Coast Guard at IMBL

Twenty-two fishermen released by Sri Lanka were today handed over to the Indian Coast Guard at a designated position at the International Maritime Boundary Line, the Coast Guard said.

17 Pakistani fishermen arrested off Gujarat`s Jakhau coast

17 Pakistani fishermen were arrested and 2 boats seized off Jakhau coast for illegally crossing International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) entering Indian waters, officer of Indian Coast Guard said.

38 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

Thirty-eight Tamil Nadu fishermen were today arrested by Sri Lankan navy for allegedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary line, three days after fishermen representatives of India and Sri Lanka met to discuss the vexed fishing issue.

69 Indian fishermen received at IMBL

In the latest repatriation of fishermen from Sri Lanka, 69 Indian fishermen were today received by the country`s Coast Guard at the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL), a senior official said.

Sri Lankan court orders release of fishermen

A Sri Lankan court on Tuesday ordered the release of 31 fishermen from Nagapattinam, arrested by the Navy of the island nation for allegedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line.

Tamil Nadu fishermen attacked

Sri Lankan Navy allegedly attacked some fishermen near the International Maritime Boundary line, fishing officials said.