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Growing influence of India helped in bringing back thousands of students back to our homeland from Ukraine: Narendra Modi

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi on Sunday said the growing influence of India helped in safely bringing back its citizens from war-hit Ukraine through Operation Ganga.

Not Without My Dog: Indian govt relaxes norms to allow evacuated students to return with pets from Ukraine

Kyiv/New Delhi: Indian students, who are being evacuated from war-hit Ukraine on a war footing now under Operation Ganga, are also bringing back their loved pets after PM Narendra Modi-led government relaxed norms in this regard, a move which earned the appreciation of PETA India.

Tamil Nadu govt to depute team to bring back students from Ukraine

Chennai, Mar 3 (UNI) The Tamil Nadu government on Thursday announced that three DMK MPs, one MLA and four IAS officers would be deputed to bordering countries of Ukraine to bring back stranded students safely.

Ukraine Crisis: Embassy directs Indian nationals to leave Kharkiv immediately

Kyiv: The Indian Embassy in Ukraine on Wednesday issued an "urgent" advisory and asked all Indian nationals in Ukraine to leave war-hit Kharkiv city immediately.

Indian Embassy in Kyiv advises Indians not to exhibit aggressive behaviour at railway stations

Kyiv/New Delhi: With weekend curfew lifted in Ukraine, the Indian embassy in Kyiv on Monday asked students to move to the western part of the country, and also advised students to remain composed and “especially not to exhibit aggressive behavior while at the railway stations”.

Indian students stranded in United States urge immediate evacuation

Houston/IBNS: Thousands of Indians stranded in United States due to coronavirus lockdown have requested the government to send flights to evacuate them and connect more cities like Dallas and Houston where a large number of Indians are awaiting to fly back to their country, said a media report.

Indian students stranded in COVID-19 hit US asked to stay put

Washington/IBNS: At least 500 Indian students in the United States who were seeking government assistance to return back to India have been asked to stay put wherever they are, said media reports.

Students abroad are our priority: MEA says in Covid-19 briefing

New Delhi: The External Affairs Ministry in a media briefing on Covid-19 crisis on Thursday said Indian students abroad are their priority while advising every Indian stuck in varioius countries to stay put in their best interest and not move till things normalise.