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Jamnagar: In the second such incident within a fortnight, Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) apprehended 20 Indian fishermen and seized 14 fishing boats, a fishermen's body claimed on Tuesday. The PMSA yesterday confronted 15 Indian fishing trawlers with 80 fishermen in international waters of the Zakhau coast. Later, it apprehended 20 fishermen and 14 boats taking them to Karachi, said National Fish Workers' Forum national secretary Manish Lodhari. "The PMSA let off a boat with 60 Indian fishermen which will reach Okha port tonight and they informed us that 12 Indian fishermen were abducted and 14 fishing trawlers seized," Lodhari said, adding that this is the third such incident within a month.
Baroda Ranji team announced
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