Fishy Waters
your fortnightly dose of all things coastal from the murky waters of South Asia

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Jun
08
#8 What do the election results mean for India's fishers

#8 What do the election results mean for India's fishers

On 4th June 2024, India, the world's largest democracy, chose not a single party in majority. Out of
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Dec
29
#7 Climate Change & Infra Boom: A match made in hell

#7 Climate Change & Infra Boom: A match made in hell

On 4th December, as parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh were getting pummeled by Cyclone Michaung, a severe cyclonic
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Oct
27
#6 Israel's relentless suppression of Gaza's fishers

#6 Israel's relentless suppression of Gaza's fishers

Hello, dear readers. Apologies for the long hiatus. Today's post is dedicated to Gaza, and a recognition of
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Aug
24
#5 Are port-projects choking India's fishers?

#5 Are port-projects choking India's fishers?

On 18th August, from 6pm to 8pm, Twitter (X) was abuzz in India. A hashtag, #StopAdaniSaveChennai was doing the rounds.
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Aug
11
#4 It's Official: Aquaculture can now be practiced unabated across India's coastline

#4 It's Official: Aquaculture can now be practiced unabated across India's coastline

This week, during the ongoing parliamentary Monsoon Session, both the Lok Sabha [House of the People] and the Rajya Sabha
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Aug
03
#3 India's fixation with shrimp - a policy perspective

#3 India's fixation with shrimp - a policy perspective

Hola! Welcome to the third edition of Fishy Waters. This month, we want to spend some time unpacking shrimp – a
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Jun
29
#2 Cost of a Cyclone

#2 Cost of a Cyclone

This June, India's west coast witnessed its longest cyclone since 1977. Starting on 6th June, a cyclonic depression
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Jun
08
#1 Welcome to my newsletter!

#1 Welcome to my newsletter!

Hello and welcome to my brand new experiment — a fortnightly newsletter called Fishy Waters. Twice a month, every first and
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