1 June 2020 | The New Indian Express
Action: Five medical students, who had been stranded in Armenia for the past two months, reached Kochi, due to the efforts of the Indian Doctors’ Club in Qatar.
The air tickets of five students, four from Alappuzha and one from Kollam, were sponsored by five doctors of the Indian Doctors’ Club led by Dr Mohan Thomas. On receiving information about the five stranded students, the Club sought the help of P Kumaran, Indian Ambassador in Qatar, who got in touch with the embassy in Armenia.
30 May 2020 | Tribune India
Action: Six students of Punjab Engineering College (PEC) who were stuck in Germany brought back to Chandigarh
Seventeen students of Punjab Engineering College (PEC) were doing a five-month internship programme at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe (Germany). Six of the students landed in New Delhi on Friday and were later brought to Chandigarh. They have been put under 14 day quarantine at a hotel in Sector 17.
30 May 2020 | The Times of India
Action: A group of several Indian students who were stuck in Almaty, Kazakhstan arrived in Delhi on Friday
More than 500 Indian students, including 200 medical students from Telangana and AP, were stuck in Kazakhstan after the lockdown was announced. A group of them stuck in Almaty, Kazakhstan arrived in Delhi and will be headed to different destinations in the country. In another flight on June 1, students from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana will be flown in.
29 May 2020 | The New Indian Express
Action: The Indian nationals, mostly from the northeastern states, crossed the border through the three checkpoints on the borders with Meghalaya, Assam and Tripura.
A group of 350 Indian nationals, mostly medical students, who were stranded in Bangladesh due to the travel restrictions, on Thursday returned home through north-eastern frontiers, the first such land-crossing since the COVID-19 outbreak in the region.The Indian nationals, mostly from the northeastern states, crossed the border through the three checkpoints on the borders with Meghalaya, Assam and Tripura. Indian high commission officials said 1,500 Indians have been evacuated under Vande Bharat Mission from Bangladesh through special flights.
29 May 2020 | The News Minute
Action: The students, who are studying medicine at Avicenna Tajik State Medical University in Dushanbe, have requested flights under Vande Bharat Mission.
Around 1,300 Indian students, who are stranded in Tajikistan for the past two months amid the COVID-19 pandemic, have requested flights under Vande Bharat Mission to take them home. These students are studying medicine at Avicenna Tajik State Medical University in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Under the Vande Bharat Mission, two planes have been sent to Tajikistan to evacuate around 300 students. According to the scheduled flight list of Vande Bharat Mission phase 2, there are no additional flights to Tajikistan till June 17.