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The fisherman were charged arrested on the charges of fishing in the country's territorial waters and their boats were immediately seized
Eight Tamil Nadu fishermen were arrested today by the Sri Lankan Navy for allegedly fishing in the territorial waters of the island country, drawing angry reaction from the state government.
The holistic approach to piracy should include political, economic, military, administrative, legal and financial components.
They were released after the two countries decided to release fishermen in each other's custody to defuse tension following the killing of an Indian fisherman allegedly by the Lankan navy.
The Sri Lankan government had said an initial probe report has ruled out its navy's involvement in the killing of the fisherman.
As many as 85 Indian fishermen and their 146 trawler boats have been in Lankan custody for poaching into their territorial waters.
Stalin’s remark came after an Indian fisherman was killed by the Sri Lankan Navy.
Twenty-four Indian fishermen were arrested by the Sri Lankan Naval personnel today for allegedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line.
Eight fishermen from Tamil Nadu were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy on the charge of fishing in the island waters.
The Sri Lankan Navy captured 13 Indian fishermen along with two boats in the sea area north of Delft Island.
The fishermen have been apprehended with a boat in front of the Delft Island.
As many as 10 Indian fishermen were apprehended, along with two boats, by the Sri Lankan Navy at Palk Strait.
As many as ten Indian fishermen were apprehended near Neduntheevu in Palk Strait along with two boats by the Sri Lankan Navy.
The fishermen and their two boats have been handed over to the Department of Fisheries in Jaffna.
Rajapaksa, and his new organisation the Sri Lanka Podu Jana Peramuna (SLPP), have threatened to abrogate the agreement with when they come to power.