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Indians rescue 4 SL fishermen in sea for 63 days

Colombo, Nov 30 (UNI) A group of four Sri Lankan fishermen who set sail on September 25 and got lost in the sea for 63 long days have been rescued by the Indian Coast Guard, it was reported on Wednesday.
The men were on board FV Neil Mary were sailing towards their catch when they got lost in the sea, the Daily Mirror newspaper reported.
The group reached out to various vessels and boats and eventually reached close to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands where the Indian Coast Guard extended all assistance to them and brought them to the Indian shores, the daily said.
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