46 flights to bring Indians from Ukraine, see all details including departure, arrival timings

46 flights to bring Indians from Ukraine, see all details including departure, arrival timings  Under Operation Ganga, flights are operating from 26 February. Currently, the scheduled 46 flights include 29 flights from Bucharest, 10 flights from Budapest and other flights.  new Delhi:The government is making strenuous efforts to rescue Indians trapped in war-torn Ukraine. India has prepared a plan to evacuate Indians by operating at least 46 flights from neighboring countries of Ukraine. Under Operation Ganga, 46 flights have been scheduled till March 8. The Ministry of External Affairs said that it is not a problem for us to arrange for the flight of aircraft and more flights can be arranged. Our main concern is the movement of Indians from cities like Kyiv and Kharkiv to the western border of Ukraine in the midst of intensifying fighting between Ukrainian and Russian troops.  Under Operation Ganga, flights are operating from 26 February. The 46 flights currently scheduled include 29 flights from Bucharest, 10 flights from Budapest, 6 flights from Rzeszow, one flight from Kocise. The Indian Air Force will also operate a flight to Bucharest (the capital of Romania).    At the same time, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that an Air Force C-17 aircraft can fly to Romania at 4 am on Wednesday to bring back the Indians.   Anticipating an intensification of Russian military action, the Indian embassy in Ukraine's capital Kyiv has been closed and staff shifted.   The government has said that when the first advisory was issued, there were estimated to be 20,000 Indian students in Ukraine. Since then, about 12,000 people have left Ukraine, which is 60 percent of the total number.

46 flights to bring Indians from Ukraine, see all details including departure, arrival timings


Under Operation Ganga, flights are operating from 26 February. Currently, the scheduled 46 flights include 29 flights from Bucharest, 10 flights from Budapest and other flights.

new Delhi:The government is making strenuous efforts to rescue Indians trapped in war-torn Ukraine. India has prepared a plan to evacuate Indians by operating at least 46 flights from neighboring countries of Ukraine. Under Operation Ganga, 46 flights have been scheduled till March 8. The Ministry of External Affairs said that it is not a problem for us to arrange for the flight of aircraft and more flights can be arranged. Our main concern is the movement of Indians from cities like Kyiv and Kharkiv to the western border of Ukraine in the midst of intensifying fighting between Ukrainian and Russian troops.

Under Operation Ganga, flights are operating from 26 February. The 46 flights currently scheduled include 29 flights from Bucharest, 10 flights from Budapest, 6 flights from Rzeszow, one flight from Kocise. The Indian Air Force will also operate a flight to Bucharest (the capital of Romania). 
 
At the same time, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that an Air Force C-17 aircraft can fly to Romania at 4 am on Wednesday to bring back the Indians. 

Anticipating an intensification of Russian military action, the Indian embassy in Ukraine's capital Kyiv has been closed and staff shifted. 

The government has said that when the first advisory was issued, there were estimated to be 20,000 Indian students in Ukraine. Since then, about 12,000 people have left Ukraine, which is 60 percent of the total number.

Retired Baimkhan Mammoth re-arrested after two years in camp and sentenced to 10 years in prison  Nurbia, who currently lives in the United States, told RFE / RL that her mother, Baimkhan Mammoth, who retired from the Hotan Provincial Post Office, was taken to the camp in 2017 and released two years later due to health problems. He was treated for some time and re-abducted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. During our correspondent's telephone interviews, it was confirmed that the 61-year-old Maimkhan Mammoth was sentenced to 10 years in prison last year.  Dear Radio Listeners, Nurbia, who lives in the United States, said that since 2017, she has lost contact with her parents in Hotan. Two years later, he found out through some of his social media accounts that his mother had been taken to the camp and later released from the camp in a critical condition. He also found out that his mother had been stripped of her shoes and that her room was cold. Based on the information, he speculated that his mother may have had a leg fracture and a cold in her internal organs during that time at the camp, which is why she was released.  According to Baimkhan Mammut's identity card, he was later sitting on the 297 block of Qingfeng Road in Saibagh District, Urumqi City. We first called the police in Urumqi's Saibagh district to find out about Baimkhan's condition. Authorities opposed the protest with all available police forces, special services and the army, "said Roni Bar-On, a Member of the Knesset for Kadima.  According to Nurbia's statement, Baimkhan Mammoth was originally an employee of the Hotan Provincial Post and Telecommunications Bureau and had been living in the family's courtyard for a long time. A security official at the Hotan Post Office said Baimkhan was unaware of Mammoth's condition.  By 2020, Nurbia had also received news that her mother had been detained and sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2021, and that her mother was in a women's prison in Kashgar.  Our previous investigations revealed that if detainees were found to be sick, they would be treated under the supervision of the local police, who would be taken back to the camp as soon as they recovered, and could not escape the so-called "education."  A police officer from the Urumqi Qingfeng Road Police Station, who knew that Baimkhan was originally from Hotan, suggested that we call Hotan to get information about Baimhan and provide him with the relevant police station number, noting that those brought to the "training" had been handed over to the police station in his hometown.  An officer who answered our call from a police station near the Hotan County Post Office revealed that Baimkhan Mammoth had been sentenced to 10 years in prison in response to a question about how many years he had been sentenced. He said he did not know which prison he was currently serving in, adding that one of the reasons for Baimkhan's imprisonment was "involvement in illegal religious activities."  Nurbia, who learned of the confirmation of her mother's 10-year sentence, shared her impressions of the news.

Retired Baimkhan Mammoth re-arrested after two years in camp and sentenced to 10 years in prison


Nurbia, who currently lives in the United States, told RFE / RL that her mother, Baimkhan Mammoth, who retired from the Hotan Provincial Post Office, was taken to the camp in 2017 and released two years later due to health problems. He was treated for some time and re-abducted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. During our correspondent's telephone interviews, it was confirmed that the 61-year-old Maimkhan Mammoth was sentenced to 10 years in prison last year.

Dear Radio Listeners, Nurbia, who lives in the United States, said that since 2017, she has lost contact with her parents in Hotan. Two years later, he found out through some of his social media accounts that his mother had been taken to the camp and later released from the camp in a critical condition. He also found out that his mother had been stripped of her shoes and that her room was cold. Based on the information, he speculated that his mother may have had a leg fracture and a cold in her internal organs during that time at the camp, which is why she was released.

According to Baimkhan Mammut's identity card, he was later sitting on the 297 block of Qingfeng Road in Saibagh District, Urumqi City. We first called the police in Urumqi's Saibagh district to find out about Baimkhan's condition. Authorities opposed the protest with all available police forces, special services and the army, "said Roni Bar-On, a Member of the Knesset for Kadima.

According to Nurbia's statement, Baimkhan Mammoth was originally an employee of the Hotan Provincial Post and Telecommunications Bureau and had been living in the family's courtyard for a long time. A security official at the Hotan Post Office said Baimkhan was unaware of Mammoth's condition.

By 2020, Nurbia had also received news that her mother had been detained and sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2021, and that her mother was in a women's prison in Kashgar.

Our previous investigations revealed that if detainees were found to be sick, they would be treated under the supervision of the local police, who would be taken back to the camp as soon as they recovered, and could not escape the so-called "education."

A police officer from the Urumqi Qingfeng Road Police Station, who knew that Baimkhan was originally from Hotan, suggested that we call Hotan to get information about Baimhan and provide him with the relevant police station number, noting that those brought to the "training" had been handed over to the police station in his hometown.

An officer who answered our call from a police station near the Hotan County Post Office revealed that Baimkhan Mammoth had been sentenced to 10 years in prison in response to a question about how many years he had been sentenced. He said he did not know which prison he was currently serving in, adding that one of the reasons for Baimkhan's imprisonment was "involvement in illegal religious activities."

Nurbia, who learned of the confirmation of her mother's 10-year sentence, shared her impressions of the news.

Indian student killed, another injured in Russian army bombing in Ukraine  An Indian student has lost his life in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. An Indian student has died in a bombing in Ukraine. The Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed this.  new Delhi :Russia Ukraine Crisis: An Indian student has lost his life in war-torn Ukraine  . While one is injured. This has been confirmed by the Ministry of External Affairs. Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian student from Haveri, Karnataka, died when Russian soldiers blew up a government building on Tuesday. Shortly after the student's death, NDTV Our colleague Vartika spoke to Pooja Prahraj, the student co-ordinator in Kharkiv, who told that the student who was killed had come out only to arrange food. A student from Karnataka has also been injured in shelling in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai gave this information on Tuesday. The injured student Naveen Shekharappa was with Gyangoudar who was killed in the gunfight. Bommai said, “Two more students from Chalgeri village of Ranebennur taluk in Haveri district were there. One is injured while the other is safe.  Pooja Prahraj, a final year medical student in PG course, said, "He just went out to get food... We arrange food for the other children living in the hostel, but he lives in a flat behind the governor's residence. I used to live in... He was standing in line for more than an hour when there was an airstrike which blew up the Governor's House and he was also killed..." Pooja said, a Ukrainian woman answered when the phone of the slain student was mixed. He said, "Those who have this phone are being taken to Morg (morgue) at this time..." Naveen's partner Sreedharan Gopalakrishnan said, 'Naveen died at 10.30 am Ukrainian time. He was standing in line outside the grocery shop when he was killed in the firing by the Russian army on the people. We do not have any information about his dead body. None of us are in a position to go to the hospital where it might have been kept. Videos from Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city, showed extensive damage caused by a Russian military attack. In another attack, a large government building can also be seen detonating.  PM Narendra Modi today expressed condolences by talking to the father of Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian student who was killed in a bombing in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The safety of Indian citizens in this city is the top priority of the government. The need for safe passage for Indian nationals including students from Kharkiv and other conflict zone cities has been raised with Russian and Ukrainian embassies. Meanwhile, the Russian attack on Ukraine entered its sixth day on Tuesday.  After yesterday's talks between the two countries failed, Russia has intensified shelling in Ukraine's capital Kyiv and other major city Kharkiv. An Indian student was killed in this attack today in Kharkiv. Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted, "It is with deep sadness that we confirm that an Indian student was killed in shelling in Kharkiv this morning. The Ministry is in touch with his family. We extend our deepest condolences to the family." express."  The British Defense Ministry has said that Russian forces have intensified attacks in the northern part of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, other cities Kharkiv and Chernihiv and are firing cannons in densely populated areas. 70 Ukrainian soldiers killed in Russian attack About 3.5 million Ukrainian refugees have taken refuge in neighboring Poland in the five days following the Russian attack. Poland's Deputy Home Minister said on Tuesday that around 350,000 people have entered Poland from Ukraine since the Russian invasion. Meanwhile, India today urged all its citizens to leave Ukraine's capital Kyiv immediately. In the latest advisory of the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, all Indian nationals including students are advised to leave Kyiv immediately today. Till now, a total of 1922 people have returned from Ukraine to India.

Indian student killed, another injured in Russian army bombing in Ukraine


An Indian student has lost his life in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. An Indian student has died in a bombing in Ukraine. The Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed this.

new Delhi :Russia Ukraine Crisis: An Indian student has lost his life in war-torn Ukraine  . While one is injured. This has been confirmed by the Ministry of External Affairs. Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian student from Haveri, Karnataka, died when Russian soldiers blew up a government building on Tuesday. Shortly after the student's death, NDTV Our colleague Vartika spoke to Pooja Prahraj, the student co-ordinator in Kharkiv, who told that the student who was killed had come out only to arrange food. A student from Karnataka has also been injured in shelling in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai gave this information on Tuesday. The injured student Naveen Shekharappa was with Gyangoudar who was killed in the gunfight. Bommai said, “Two more students from Chalgeri village of Ranebennur taluk in Haveri district were there. One is injured while the other is safe.

Pooja Prahraj, a final year medical student in PG course, said, "He just went out to get food... We arrange food for the other children living in the hostel, but he lives in a flat behind the governor's residence. I used to live in... He was standing in line for more than an hour when there was an airstrike which blew up the Governor's House and he was also killed..." Pooja said, a Ukrainian woman answered when the phone of the slain student was mixed. He said, "Those who have this phone are being taken to Morg (morgue) at this time..." Naveen's partner Sreedharan Gopalakrishnan said, 'Naveen died at 10.30 am Ukrainian time. He was standing in line outside the grocery shop when he was killed in the firing by the Russian army on the people. We do not have any information about his dead body. None of us are in a position to go to the hospital where it might have been kept. Videos from Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city, showed extensive damage caused by a Russian military attack. In another attack, a large government building can also be seen detonating.

PM Narendra Modi today expressed condolences by talking to the father of Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian student who was killed in a bombing in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The safety of Indian citizens in this city is the top priority of the government. The need for safe passage for Indian nationals including students from Kharkiv and other conflict zone cities has been raised with Russian and Ukrainian embassies. Meanwhile, the Russian attack on Ukraine entered its sixth day on Tuesday.

After yesterday's talks between the two countries failed, Russia has intensified shelling in Ukraine's capital Kyiv and other major city Kharkiv. An Indian student was killed in this attack today in Kharkiv. Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted, "It is with deep sadness that we confirm that an Indian student was killed in shelling in Kharkiv this morning. The Ministry is in touch with his family. We extend our deepest condolences to the family." express."

The British Defense Ministry has said that Russian forces have intensified attacks in the northern part of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, other cities Kharkiv and Chernihiv and are firing cannons in densely populated areas. 70 Ukrainian soldiers killed in Russian attack About 3.5 million Ukrainian refugees have taken refuge in neighboring Poland in the five days following the Russian attack. Poland's Deputy Home Minister said on Tuesday that around 350,000 people have entered Poland from Ukraine since the Russian invasion. Meanwhile, India today urged all its citizens to leave Ukraine's capital Kyiv immediately. In the latest advisory of the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, all Indian nationals including students are advised to leave Kyiv immediately today. Till now, a total of 1922 people have returned from Ukraine to India.
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