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  • Rameshwaram fishermen's strike called off - Newsfirst
    Mon, 01 Sep 2014 14:57:49 GMT

    Newsfirst

    Rameshwaram fishermen's strike called off
    Newsfirst
    The fishermen initiated the strike action, calling on the Indian Central Government and the Tamil Nadu State government, to intervene to secure the release of Indian fishing vessels in Sri Lankan custody. News 1st's Correspondent in Rameshwaram, noted ...

    The Hindu Newspaper reports attempts of LTTE to be regrouped in Australia - SLBC
    Mon, 01 Sep 2014 12:57:32 GMT

    The Hindu Newspaper reports attempts of LTTE to be regrouped in Australia
    SLBC
    It adds that the arrest of four human traffickers while trying to transport six Sri Lankans to the land of Kangaroos through the Prakasam coast earlier this week has led to a suspicion among sleuths that the LTTE may be trying to revive itself after lying low for five years. These sleuths, including Intelligence Bureau, CBI and Tamil Nadu police, came from Chennai in the wake of the busting of the human trafficking The Hindu Newspaper reports attempts of the LTTE to be regrouped in Australia. It adds that the arrest of four ...

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    * Tamil Nadu demands Sri Lanka to immediately release fishermen's boats - Colombo Page
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 06:56:52 GMT

    * Tamil Nadu demands Sri Lanka to immediately release fishermen's boats
    Colombo Page
    Aug 30, New Delhi: Tamil Nadu, while calling for restoring "traditional" fishing rights for its fishermen to Katchatheevu, an islet ceded to Sri Lanka by India in 1974, has reiterated its demand for Sri Lanka to immediately release the 62 boats of the state's ...

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    LTTE trying to regroup in Australia?-report - Daily Mirror
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 05:06:21 GMT

    LTTE trying to regroup in Australia?-report
    Daily Mirror
    Is the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), which ran out of steam in 2009 following the killing of its founder Velupillai Prabhakaran by Sri Lankan armed forces, trying to regroup itself in Australia? ... have used satellite phones with Global Positioning System(GPS) to keep in touch with their counterparts in the high seas and also transported illegally Lankan Tamils to other countries such as Ireland, UK and Canada, the sources say, adding after facing the heat in neighbouring Tamil Nadu as also Puducherry.

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    * Six illegal Sri Lankan migrants caught in India raise suspicions of LTTE revival ... - Colombo Page
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 07:43:23 GMT

    * Six illegal Sri Lankan migrants caught in India raise suspicions of LTTE revival ...
    Colombo Page
    According to the sources, the human traffickers, facing the heat in neighboring Tamil Nadu and also Puducherry, have shifted their operations to Prakasam coast to transport illegal emigrants from Sri Lanka without hassles after landing in Chennai by air.

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    Tamil Nadu fishermen decide to withdraw their 36-day old strike - All India Radio
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 02:45:14 GMT

    Tamil Nadu fishermen decide to withdraw their 36-day old strike
    All India Radio
    In Tamil Nadu , a meeting of all fishermen's associations on Saturday decided to withdraw their 36 day indefinite strike from Monday in the backdrop of the first joint committee meeting between India and Sri Lanka held in Delhi. N D Bose and B Sesuraja, ...

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    Fishermen Decide to Withdraw Stir After India, Sri Lanka Talks - Hiru News
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 06:38:15 GMT

    Hiru News

    Fishermen Decide to Withdraw Stir After India, Sri Lanka Talks
    Hiru News
    ... of the first joint committee meeting between India and Sri Lanka held in Delhi. N D Bose and B Sesuraja, secretaries of Tamil Nadu Fishermen's Association, said the decision had been taken in the light of the yesterday's meeting between the two nations.

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    Fishermen decide to withdraw stir after India, SL talks - Daily Mirror
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 03:18:43 GMT

    Fishermen decide to withdraw stir after India, SL talks
    Daily Mirror
    A meeting of all fishermen's associations today decided to withdraw their 36 day indefinite strike from Monday and put out to sea in the backdrop of the first joint committee meeting between India and Sri Lanka held in Delhi. N D Bose and B Sesuraja, secretaries of Tamil Nadu Fishermen's Association, said the decision had been taken in the light of the yesterday's meeting between the two nations. They urged the Indian government to take steps to get back the 63 boats seized. Nambu Sekaran, the Association ...

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    Fears LTTE may regroup in Australia - Colombo Gazette
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 02:55:29 GMT

    Colombo Gazette

    Fears LTTE may regroup in Australia
    Colombo Gazette
    There are fears the LTTE, which ran out of steam in 2009 following the killing of its founder Velupillai Prabhakaran by Sri Lankan armed forces, is trying to regroup itself in Australia. According to The Hindu newspaper, the arrest of four human traffickers while trying to transport ... These sleuths, including Intelligence Bureau, CBI and Tamil Nadu police, came from Chennai in the wake of the busting of the human trafficking racket. According to Indian police sources, the illegal emigrants to Australia from Sri Lanka hailed ...

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    Is LTTE trying to regroup in Australia? - The Hindu
    Sat, 30 Aug 2014 22:15:01 GMT

    Is LTTE trying to regroup in Australia?
    The Hindu
    Is the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), which ran out of steam in 2009 following the killing of its founder Velupillai Prabhakaran by Sri Lankan armed forces, trying to regroup itself in Australia? ... have used satellite phones with Global Positioning System(GPS) to keep in touch with their counterparts in the high seas and also transported illegally Lankan Tamils to other countries such as Ireland, UK and Canada, the sources say, adding after facing the heat in neighbouring Tamil Nadu as also Puducherry.

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