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Sri Lankan Navy detains nine Indian fishermen near Delft Island

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[Sri Lanka], Feb 20 (ANI): Nine Indian fishermen along with two fishing boats were apprehended by the Sri Lankan Navy near the shore of the Delft Island on Wednesday.
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