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The incident happened when the 11,000-volt power line, hanging loose over the pond, touched the water.
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Both fishermen associations and family members of crew of ‘Suvarna Tribhuja’ have been running from pillar to post to seek help to trace them but in vain.
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The Sri Lankan Navy chased away the Tamil Nadu fishermen's 514 boats while also cutting nets of 15 boats.
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.
The fishermen had gone to Iran a year ago to take up fishing activity on a "share-in-income" arrangement with a firm.
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The injured fishermen returned to the shore early today and all the four have been admitted to government hospital in Nagapattinam.
"We would also like to know why the activities of a fish market should be mentioned in such bad colour," it further said.
According to the fatwa, prawn is an arthropod (to which insects also belong) and it does not fall under the category of fish.
A team of 12 scuba divers held an underwater prayer session at Kovalam on Sunday
They were arrested by Sri Lankan Navy when they were fishing near Neduntheevu in the island nation waters
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