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India News LIVE: '4000 Indian Students Yet To Return From Troubled Bangladesh', Says MEA

India News LIVE July 20: The Ministry of Home Affairs said that so far 778 Indian students have arrived in homeland safely from troubled Bangladesh and the Indian embassy there is making sure the rest of the 4000 students are also sent back soon safely. Amit Shah addresses Bharatiya Janata Party meeting in Ranchi and slams the opposition parties. Army Chief General Upendra Diwedi is scheduled to visit Jammu on Saturday amid increasing terror attacks in the region. In other news, ED has arrested Haryana Congress MLA Surender Panwar in illegal mining-linked money-laundering case. Meanwhile, over 100 people have been killed in Bangladesh in stir over quota in government jobs and the Sheikh Hasina led government has imposed nationwide curfew.

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