We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.Pakistanis gathered in Karachi for the funeral of Abdul Karim Bhatti who allegedly died in an Indian jail. A large number of fishermen and relatives staged a protest afterwards and chanted slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr Bhatti was reportedly arrested by Indian coast guards after he crossed the maritime boundary six months ago.Protestors chanted, "Modi, the murderer of the poor and defenceless Modi, the face of Indian terrorism Hope you drown, Modi "
Climate change has brought monumental shifts in weather patterns, fishing zones and migration of fish population to different areas. The phenomenon has impacted the source of livelihood for many in coastal India mdash; pushing them to turn to technological assistance to practice sustainability.Numer8 Analytics Pvt Ltd, a data science firm, has come to their rescue: The firm analysed changes in the cyclical pattern of potential fishing zones in 2018. It found that nearshore fishing zones had drifted away further into the deeper seas.
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Cafe Coffee Day founder VG Siddhartha, the son in law of former Karnataka Chief Minister SM Krishna, was found dead on Wednesday morning, 36 hours after he went missing from a bridge near Mangaluru in Karnataka. A massive search operation involving multiple agencies was on since Monday evening, when Mr Siddhartha went missing. The body had washed ashore the Netravati river near Ullal in Mangaluru and was found by fishermen at around 6:30 in the morning.
The rusty container vessel, Sam Ratulangi PB 1600, was found by fishermen in the Gulf of Martaban, off the coats of the southeast Asian state 's largest city, Yangon.Myanmar Navy investigators were called in to check out why it had suddenly materialised.
On Tuesday, French vessels rammed British trawlers off the coast of Normandy, hurling projectiles and insults in a dispute which erupted after a previous agreement broke down.French fishermen accuse the British of unfairly catching scallops in the Baie de Seine in the summer months when French boats are banned from doing so under rules imposed by the Paris government to conserve stocks of the shellfish.
French Agriculture Minister Stephane Travert said he has asked British fisheries minister George Eustice to ensure UK vessels do not sail south of the Barfleur Antifer line, the scene of this week's clashes.The announcement came after Environment Minister Michael Gove called on France to act to prevent a repeat of the ”terrible scenes ” which saw rival boat crews clash, with vessels damaged by stones and other projectiles, and one British ship rammed.French fishermen accuse the British of unfairly catching scallops in the Baie de Seine in the summer months when French boats are banned from doing so under rules imposed by the Paris government to conserve stocks of the shellfish.Mr Travert told Europe 1 radio he had discussed the issue with a British minister on Thursday night and that the industry representatives would meet next week to work out an agreement.
In the video, a woman yells at Kumar over a parking dispute.On August 10, 27 fishermen from the state were arrested by the Lankan Navy on the charge of fishing in the island nation's waters.
Comment Email Print LONG BEACH, Calif. The tools of the fishermen's trade are what make it possible for them to harvest the 170 billion pounds of seafood that the world feasts on each year.
Hyderabad: The geospatial industry is aligning itself with the mainstream market adding spatial dimension and locational context to digital infrastructure. Though this industry has been growing at 14 per cent CAGR, its economic impact on global GDP has been growing at a rate of 18 per cent CAGR.India, like other nations is making progress in this space. With the help of geospatial technology, the country is today benefiting 24 million farmers by forecasting weather. Also this technology has helped fishermen to accurately identify fishing zones as well as defined safer areas for fishing so that there are incidents that threaten their life.
Nirmala Sitharaman's comment denying the alleged attack on fishermen by the coast guard in Rameswaram has caused a furore among the community.Earlier this week, an incident was reported from Rameswaram where a fisherman alleged that the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) had open fired at them in the sea, resulting in injury of two.
"There are the locations of seamounts which will attract a lot of international deep sea fishermen to the area," Charitha Pattiaratchi, professor of coastal oceanography at the University of Western Australia told Reuters.Tuna, toothfish and orange roughy are amongst the high prized species of fish known to gather near seamounts where plankton is caught in currents, according to the data published by Geoscience Australia.