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Arunachal Pradesh: Fibre reinforced plastic hatcheries distributed to fish farmers July 25, 2016   |  Source: The Arunachal Times  | Copyright: 2008 The Arunachal Times Publications Pvt. Ltd.

Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) hatcheries were distributed to three progressive fish farmers of Midpu (Doimukh), Balijan and Sonajuli to produce quality seeds to meet the demands. Doimukh ZPM Tana Yayo handed over the hatcheries to Tana Akin Tara of Midpu...

Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka to respond to India after consulting its fishermen: Fisheries Minister July 22, 2016   |  Source: The Indian Express  | Copyright: 2016, The Indian Express.

Sri Lanka has received a number of proposals from India to try and resolve the fishing row, but Colombo will take a decision only after consulting its fishermen, the Fisheries Minister said here on Thursday. “We have not given consent to any of the prop...

Pakistan: Special priority to Balochistan in fisheries policy: Bosan July 22, 2016   |  Source: Business Recorder  | Copyright: 2016 Business Recorder.

Federal Minister for Food, Sikandar Hayat Bosan has said that on the instructions of Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, special priority was being given to Balochistan in new fisheries policy being introduced by the federal government. He said this wh...

India: Cabinet approves incorporation of Sagarmala Development Company July 22, 2016   |  Source: The Times of India City  | Copyright: 2016, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the incorporation of Sagarmala Development Company (SDC) under the Companies Act, 2013. The SDC will be under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping. It will p...

India: Sentinels of the coast: Fishermen offer to stop working at night to help authorities prevent terrorists and weapon smugglers infiltrate through India's coastline by Soudhriti Bhabani July 22, 2016   |  Source: Mail Online India  | Copyright: Associated Newspapers Limited

India's fishing community has offered to stop working at night - a practice that inadvertently provides cover for smugglers and terrorists to infiltrate through the country’s vulnerable 8,000-kilometre-long coastline. The frailty was first exposed in 20...

Karnataka: Need for uniform fisheries policy’ July 22, 2016   |  Source: The Hindu  | Copyright: 2016, The Hindu

There is a need to bring in a uniform fisheries policy for the coastal belt in the country and a meeting of fisheries ministers of coastal States and officials will be held in Bengaluru soon to discuss the matter, Minister of State for Fisheries Pramod Ma...

Kerala: Meen Nira’ to promote ornamental fish farming July 22, 2016   |  Source: The Hindu  | Copyright: 2016, The Hindu

The Kannur University Department of Management Studies (DMS) and the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) at Palayad here have jointly launched Meen Nira, an initiative to promote ornamental aquaculture in areas near the campuses of the two...

Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu fishermen chased away by Sri Lankan navy, fishing nets cut July 22, 2016   |  Source: Business Standard  | Copyright: 2015 Business Standard Ltd.

Fishing nets of six boats of Tamil Nadu fishermen were allegedly cut by Sri Lankan naval personnel, who also chased away more than 400 fishermen off Katchatheevu islet today. The Lankan naval personnel cut the nets and chased away the fishermen on charges...

Odisha: Training Programme on Freshwater aquaculture inaugurated at ICAR-CIFA July 22, 2016   |  Source: Orissa Diary. Com  | Copyright: Owned by OMIS Private Limited.

Board (NFDB) & Government of Meghalaya sponsored Training Programme on “Freshwater aquaculture as a livelihood option” for the farmers and officials of Meghalaya State has been inaugurated at ICAR-Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture on 20 July...

West Bengal: Prawn seed catching in Sundarbans damaging environment: Book July 22, 2016   |  Source: Business Standard  | Copyright: 2015 Business Standard Ltd.

Rampant practice of prawn seed catching along the rivers of Sundarban archipelago is not only damaging the marine ecosystem but also endangering the stability of embankments, says a new book. "In an age marked by environmental consciousness and biodiversi...

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