VoT short wave transmission extended

[TamilNet, Thursday, 17 December 1998, 19:51 GMT]
The experimental broadcast of the Voice of Tigers (VoT) in short wave transmission, has been extended, the radio said today. The radio said in its evening programme, on the FM meter band, said that the short wave transmission can now be heard from 6.30 a.m. to 8.00 a.m., daily on 41 meter band, 7460 KHz

The radio also said that the service has now been extended in the evening as well on 41 meter band 7465 KHz.

The radio has been transmitting on FM meter band for seven years and began its Sinhala service last month.

Meanwhile sources in Vanni said rough sea, heavy rain and bad weather have prevented the fishermen of Mullaithivu from fishing.

According to the same sources a fishing boat capsized in the sea off the Mullaithivu coast on December 14, causing thousands of Rupees loss to the owner, a fisherman himself.

As the fishermen are unable to go fishing in the rain and bad weather, the price of fish in the area has gone up tremendously.


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