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Indian embassy advises students in Kyrgyzstan to ‘stay indoors’ amid reports of violence | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Saturday said that he is "monitoring the situation in Bishkek", amid the reports of violence targeting foreign students coming in from Kyrgyzstan. The Indian embassy in Kyrgyzstan issued the advisory after reports of Pakistani students being injured during mob attacks on their hostel. The consulate reassured the students, stating, "We are in touch with our students.The situation is presently calm but students are advised to stay indoors for the moment and get in touch with the Embassy in case of any issue..."External affairs minister S Jaishankar urged students to maintain regular contact with the embassy. He said, "Monitoring the welfare of Indian students in Bishkek. Situation is reportedly calm now. Strongly advise students to stay...

92.38% students pass Goa Board class 10th: Top 5 schools with highest pass percentages in GBSHSE SSC results 2024 – Times of India

GBSHSE SSC Class 10 result 2024: The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher secondary Education (GBSHSE) has declared the Goa Board class 10 results 2024 today, on May 15, 2024.Students who took the Goa Secondary School Certificate Examinations 2024 can view their results on the official websites gbshse.in and results.gbshsegoa.net. The exams were administered from April 1 to April 24, 2024, at 31 examination centres throughout the state.This year's Goa Board SSC exam attracted 19,557 students, including 9,814 girls and 9,743 boys.The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education administered the Class X exam to 18,914 students, and an impressive 92.4% of them passed. This success was seen across genders, with 91.8% of boys and 92.9% of girls passing the 2024 Goa Board Class X exam.T...

‘Indian Student Community Comes With Toxic Patterns’: Influencer’s Advice Sparks Row

A social media user has sparked debate after she called out the Indian student communities abroad 'bringing toxicity'. Shreya Pattar, whose profile mentions her as a writer and business owner, took to X (formerly Twitterer) to share her thoughts and advised the Indians planning to move abroad for studies to keep those universities with more homeland students “lower on the list”. “The more the number of Indian students, the lower that university should be on your list of places to join,” she wrote. The user backed her statement by saying, “A big Indian community of students doesn’t come with a “homely” feeling. It comes with toxic Indian patterns.” According to her, the “toxic Indian patterns” of these Indian student communities of abroad include “too muc...