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Coronavirus: Indian students seek refuge within UK mission premises

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 March 2020 ()
A group of 19 Indian students have sought refuge within the premises of the Indian High Commission in London overnight on Saturday, demanding to be put on a flight to India despite the travel restrictions in place. The students, mostly from Telangana, have refused offers of alternate accommodation arranged with the help of Indian diaspora groups.
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