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27 October, 2016 12:44 AM Attack on fisherman alleged; fishing suspended

Fishermen of mechanised boats struck work on Wednesday condemning the alleged attack on Soosaiah, a fisherman of Thoothukudi, by a few traders at Thoothukudi fishing harbour. The normal routine at sea was affected as a fleet of over 200 mechanised boats remained moored along the wharf at the harbour. K. Johnson, president, Thoothukudi Fishermen Labourers’ 250

5 October, 2016 12:13 AM Three fishermen stranded in sea rescued by CSG team

The engine of their fibreglass boat developed snag off Kanniyakumari coast A Coastal Security Group patrol team rescued three fishermen stranded in the sea after the engine of their fibreglass boat developed a technical snag off Kanniyakumari coast on Tuesday. According to sources in the CSG, fisherman Vincent (48) of Kovalam near Kanniyakumari had gone for fishing 236

23 September, 2016 3:55 PM 162 bodies retrieved after migrant boat capsizes off Egypt

Idea inter-connection to Jio up by 230%, co says 'inadequate' The bodies of 162 people had been pulled from the waters off the Egyptian coast by today, two days after a boat carrying hundreds of migrants capsized in the Mediterranean while attempting to head to Europe. He also said that the search operation is still ongoing. Many of them are believed 20

23 August, 2016 11:35 AM World's Largest Pearl To Be Displayed In Philippines

Manila: The world's largest natural pearl will be put on display in the Philippines soon, after the $100 million treasure was recovered from a burned down house. According to Aileen Amurao, a Philippine tourism officer, the pearl was first discovered in 2006 by a fisherman of the Palawan Island, Xinhua news agency reported. The pearl is 67 cm long, 30.5 cm wide and weighs 31

19 August, 2016 12:33 AM Repeal the sedition law

An incident involving Amnesty International India and the ABVP has again highlighted how governments use this lawless colonial-era law And so, to sedition. Matters of sedition, in case someone decides to complain against this column by invoking Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). An incident involving Amnesty International India and the Akhil 342

15 August, 2016 12:33 AM Five pilgrims from Punjab drown in near Dehra, two rescued

Five youths from Punjab drowned while taking bath in a swollen rivulet near Dehra in Kangra district this morning while two others were rescued. The pilgrims, hailing from Rihan Kalan in Hoshiarpur, were returning after paying obeisance at Jawalamukhi temple. They went deep into Nakaid Khud for taking bath, ignoring the warning board, and were swept 122

1 August, 2016 1:54 PM Ailing fishermans family wants Rajnath to secure his release

Vadodara, Aug 1 (PTI) Family members of a fisherman from Gujarat who is languishing in a Pakistani jail want Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to take up the issue of his release during his visit to the neighbouring country. Bhagvan Sarman Solanki who hails from Tad village of Una tehsil in Gir-Somnath district was apprehended by Pakistani authorities 30

27 July, 2016 12:05 AM Motorcycle found entangled in fishing net

A brand new motorcycle was found entangled in a fishing net belonging to a fisherman of Adhipattinam coastal village near Manamelkudi in the district on Monday. The 150cc motorcycle in red and black was seized by the Coastal Security Group personnel and later handed over to a revenue official. Police sources said two fishermen Mohamed Sultan and Raja Mohamed 64

20 July, 2016 12:16 AM Fisherman drowns as boat overturns

A fisherman drowned in the Arabian Sea when a country boat in which he was catching fish with others overturned at Kadike near Malpe on Tuesday. The police gave his name as Annayya Suvarna (60). According to the Malpe police, Janardhan Thingalaya had gone to catch fish with a team from Kadike at 6 a.m. They spread the net about 200 metres from the seashore 79

4 June, 2016 7:45 AM Singapore paper carries article taking dig at Uncle Sam over South China Sea

SINGAPORE, June 4 (Xinhua) -- The Straits Times, a daily newspaper in Singapore, recently carried a signed article that takes a dig at Uncle Sam over the South China Sea issue by exposing the nature of its so-called freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea. The article was signed by Leslie Fong, a senior executive vice-president of Singapore 284