Jayalalithaa seeks release of Indian fishermen in Sri Lanka

Bringing to his notice two incidents of three fishermen each from Kottaipattinam in Pudukottai district and Sethubavachatram in Thanjavur district being captured by the Sri Lankan Navy, Ms. Jayalalithaa said “these incidents are a rude shock, coming as they do, when Tamil Nadu is eagerly awaiting the home coming of the 104 fishermen whose release has been announced after several months of incarceration in Sri Lankan Jails.” (Colombo Gazette) Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has requested the Indian Government to take expeditious steps to secure the release of six fishermen belonging to Tamil Nadu captured by the Sri Lankan Navy, The Hindu newspaper reported.In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, she urged him to direct the Ministry of External Affairs to also secure the release of 68 fishing boats and nets. read more

Russian sponsor becomes RK Vardar sports director – Gorbok and Chipurin coming

← Previous Story Macedonians continue hopes, decisive game against Portugal on Sunday Next Story → Iñaki Malumbres signs for Atletico Madrid Russian bussinesman, Sergei Samsonenko will become the main sponsor of RK Vardar Pro, Macedonian male champion, after he made a fantastic team in women’s handball, ZRK Vardar SCBT who is ready to compete with the best European teams in Europe next season at Women’s EHF Champions League. That is a conclusion of succesful negotiations between current Vardar’s boss, Mihajlo Mihajlovski and Samsonenko.  Mihajlovski will get a function of honoured president, while Samsonenko will be a new sports director, ready to make strong budget for the upcoming season in which RK Vardar Pro will play at VELUX EHF Champions League.There is no doubt that strong squad will be built in Skopje. Team is now without coach after Veselin Vujovic finished with his contract at the end of current season (Qatari Al Qiad is the next team). Some rumours about new signings begins and for now from Russian sources two names are connected with possible move to Skopje – Russian NT players, left back Sergei Gorbok and line-player, Mikhail Chipurin. Sergei Gorbok and Mikhail Chipurin read more