Surfing instructors turn fishermen for a living during lockdown

As Coronavirus pandemic has brought the entire sports activities to stand still, the worst hit are coaches and support staff who are left with no pay during the lockdown. Dharani Selvakumar and Anand Dandhapani are two #Surfing instructors from Covelong who were forced to turn fishermen for a living during #lockdown.

published on : 16th June 2020

Fishing boats return to the Sea after Cyclone Gaja in Rameshwaram

Mechanised boats which were halted in southern Pamban Beach due to Gaja went for fishing, crossing the Rameshwaram bridge on Saturday.​

published on : 17th November 2018

Chinese fishing nets lose popularity among Kochi fishermen

Chinese fishing nets are an ancient way of catching fish where teakwood poles combined with ropes and heavy stones lower a large fishing net attached to it, into the sea to catch a rich variety of fis

published on : 22nd April 2018

Second batch of Indian fishermen leave for Sri Lanka to retrieve captured boats 

A delegation of 29 Indian fishermen in Rameswaram left for Sri Lanka on Saturday to retrieve their boats captured by the neighbouring nation's navy.

published on : 1st October 2017

Fishing with guns on Kenya lake under threat

In Kenya's hot, dry and lawless north, even the fishermen are armed, but guns will not save them.

published on : 5th May 2017