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#Goodnews – Pakistan decides to release 57 Indian fishing boats

 The Pakistan government has decided to release 57 Indian fishing boats which were in its custody as a goodwill gesture, after the release of 150 Indian fishermen in May. It is for the first time perhaps that the government has… Continue Reading →

Press release – Mumbai Fishermen return bribe of Rs. 6 crores by Essel World.

    Fishermen of Mumbai return ‘bribe’   Fishermen of Mumbai have returned bribe of Rs. 6 crores given to them by Essel World.   The Gorai Machhimar Sahakari Sanstha is an Association of fishermen from Village Gorai, Borivali, Mumbai…. Continue Reading →

What about your promise, Mr Jindal ?

By Ram Parmar, Mumbai Mirror | Jun 22, 2014, 01.03 AM IST    After NOC from Fisheries Dept, Nandgaon villagers fear Rs 10,000 cr port project will go ahead despite written assurance from Sajjan Jindal.What happened to your promise, Mr Jindal?’ That’s the… Continue Reading →

Fishermen – Biggest victims’ of Indo-Pak tensions

AYESHA AZFAR — File photo Updated 2014-02-20 12:32:24 THE body of Bhikha Lakha Siyal, the young Indian fisherman who died in a Pakistani jail in December, was finally sent home to his family last week. The delay in the return of… Continue Reading →

#RIP- Indian fisherman dies in Pakistani jail

  KARACHI: An Indian fisherman arrested more than a year ago for straying into Pakistani waters died in prison in Karachi on Tuesday after an illness, a senior jail official said. The man, named by jail officials as Kishore Bhagwan… Continue Reading →

Killing of India Fishermen by Pakistan Maritime

Our neglected have-nots By I.A. Rehman , THE killing of an Indian fisherman Naranbhai Sosa reportedly by the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency on Oct 11 last has again highlighted the enormous suffering caused to the subcontinent’s have-nots by insensitive administrators on both sides… Continue Reading →

India, Pakistan fishermen demand end to arrests

Published: December 23, 2013 The Hindu Special Correspondent Resolve to intensify efforts for the release of colleagues Fishermen from India and Pakistan have resolved to intensify efforts for the release of their colleagues and their boats following increase in arrests… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE- NFF demands Release of all Pakistani fishermen in Indian jails along with their boats

National Fishworkers’ Forum (NFF) Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum for Peace & Democracy (PIPFPD India) C/O: F-10/12, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi – 110017Phones: 011-26687725 / 09582862682 / 09869077718 Email: [email protected] / [email protected]   ————————————————————————————————————————— Urgent Press Release   Gujarat fishworkers delegation meets the Prime… Continue Reading →

India – Pakistan – In Troubled Waters

Meena Menon Amidst diplomatic wrangling between India and Pakistan, fishermen on both sides perish in jails of the other country without much aid forthcoming In a fishing village in Karachi, families of fishermen who went missing and are reportedly in… Continue Reading →

#India- Police terrorise villagers affected by Nemmeli desalination plant #Protest #WTFnews

  Message from Nityanand Jayaraman Dear all: Please take the time to call the Police to enquire into the well-being of the five fishermen from Sulerikattukuppam who were arbitrarily picked up from the village at a post-midnight raid by the… Continue Reading →

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