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SL navy detains four fishermen

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The Sri Lankan Navy detained four Indian fishermen who were repairing their boat near Katchativu, in the wee hours of Sunday. Sources said as many as 533 mechanised boats ventured out into the sea for fishing on Saturday. The boats were prevented from entering Lankan waters and stopped ahead of the IMBL, some entered Katchativu. (Express News Service)

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