The Indian nationals allegedly mistreated by an Indian company in Sri Lanka will return on Tuesday with the government making arrangements for their immediate travel from the Indian Community Welfare Fund (ICWF).
Unable to determine the identity of a number of people believed to be Indians in Pakistan's custody, the Indian High Commission here has issued an appeal to the people back home to help in their identification.
The first batch of 500 Indians, mostly students, are leaving violence-hit Ukrainian city of Lugansk to Kyiv Tuesday as India made arrangements to evacuate close to 1000 of its nationals from that city, the biggest such exercise after thousands of Indians were evacuated from Libya in 2011.
A day after Japan was hit by giant tidal waves caused by a massive earthquake which has
left 1600 people dead or unaccounted for there, India said that information available so far indicates that all its nationals are safe.