India has not allowed students, whose studies were disrupted by the Russian invasion, to continue their education in Indian medical colleges. The National Medical Commission has now ruled that these students can go to any other country to complete their education
Covid-19, inflation, the conflict in Ukraine, rising energy and food prices, and the destructive impact of climate change are the most obvious signs to show that the world is entering an era of protracted turmoil.
Approximately 22,500 Indian students were evacuated from Ukraine by the Government of India. Now, some of those students have approached the Supreme Court seeking formulation of a policy as a special measure to enable the Indian medical students who were studying in Ukraine to continue their medical education.
As Russian atrocities against Ukraine build, so do the calls to bring the perpetrators to justice amid increasing signs of what is classified as war crimes under the Geneva Conventions. The International Criminal Court is already in Ukraine to gather and verify evidence......
The Supreme Court on Monday was informed by Attorney General K.K. Venugopal that the Government of India (GoI) has so far evacuated 22,000 people and that it was taking care of Indian citizens still in Ukraine.