Tragic Drowning in Russia: Indian Students' Fate Unveiled

Russian authorities have recovered the bodies of four Indian students who drowned in the Volkhov River. They were studying at Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University. One student survived. The bodies will be flown to Mumbai and then to Jalgaon, Maharashtra.


PTI | Jalgaon | Updated: 08-06-2024 14:01 IST | Created: 08-06-2024 14:01 IST
Tragic Drowning in Russia: Indian Students' Fate Unveiled
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Russian authorities have successfully recovered the bodies of four Indian students who lost their lives in a drowning incident in the Volkhov River, a Maharashtra Government official confirmed on Saturday.

Two bodies were found within the first two days after the June 4 incident, while the remaining two were discovered recently, according to Jalgaon district collector Ayush Prasad. The bodies are being transported to Mumbai before being sent to the students' hometowns in Jalgaon district.

The tragic accident claimed the lives of Harshal Anantrao Desale, Jishan Ashpak Pinjari, Jia Firoj Pinjari, and Malik Gulamgous Mohammad Yakub, all aged between 18 and 20. Another student, Nisha Bhupesh Sonawane, survived and is currently under medical care. The students were from Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University.

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