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The hydrographic survey ship “Jamuna’ of the Indian Navy arrived at the Colombo harbour today to undertake hydrographic surveys in Sri Lankan waters, the Navy said.

They advised that during ship’s visit to the island, it is expected to undertake a joint hydrographic survey, covering the sea area from Colombo to Galle.

INS Januna is an 85.77m long and 12.82m wide ship manned by a crew of 230.

The Navy said the ship’s company would also take part in a number of events organized by the Sri Lanka Navy.

Assistant Defense Attaché to the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka, Lieutenant Colonel Ravi Mishra was also present on this occasion.

Lieutenant Colonel Mishra and Commanding Officer INS Jamuna, Captain HA Hardas met Commander Western Naval Area, Rear Admiral Nishantha Ulugetenne at the Western Naval Command Headquarters and held a cordial discussion, focusing on matters pertinent to the visit, the Navy said.(Darshana Sanjeewa)

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  • Jaliya Friday, 21 December 2018 12:41 AM

    With increasing oceanic traffic, our local fish started to taste better and deemed healthier by appearance. We build larger ports and birthing bays in support of these increasing traffic. Do we have enough discharging facilities for sewage holding tanks in our ports ? Is there are any measures to determined that the raw sewage (untreated) are not discharge to the shallow water ? (and) why the fish taste better ?

    ConcernedCitizen Friday, 21 December 2018 10:17 AM

    They are here to steal are minerals. Plan and simple.

    Chari Friday, 21 December 2018 10:28 AM

    Beware... Why permit this. SL Navy must carry this out.

    june Friday, 21 December 2018 01:21 PM

    Indian fisherman are robbing all our fish and this has to be stopped first.They should be chased away from our waters and if necessary our Navy should shoot them at sight.

    Gam Mirris Friday, 21 December 2018 04:28 PM

    Come here to map our coastline for future destabilization project. What is RW doing? Sleeping? Our Navy should never have permitted this.Crying shame. What are our 'patriots' doing?........Anybody?


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