Concerns rise as Indian students are tragically found dead in the US in a single month, highlighting safety issues for international students overseas.
Many Indians move to the US for higher education or work. But now the question arises: How safe is the country for them? 2024 has started on a rather sombre note.
Shreyas Reddy Benigeri, an Indian-American student, is the latest case under investigation in Ohio, whose death remains uncertain & under investigation by the police
18-year-old Indian-American student, Akul Dhawan, found dead in subzero temperatures, possibly due to hypothermia, at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Neel Acharya, an Indian student at Purdue University, was found dead after going missing. However, the exact cause of death is yet to be determined.
G Dinesh (22) and Nikesh (21) went to the USA for studies & coincidentally became roommates in Connecticut. Tragically, after a few days they were found dead, and the cause remains unknown.
Vivek Saini was brutally killed in Georgia by a homeless man, Julian Faulkner, whom he had been helping for several days by providing shelter at his workplace (a supermarket).
Varun Raj Pucha, a 24-year-old, studying CS at Valparaiso University, died after being stabbed in the head at a gym in Indiana by a Lead Software Developer, Jordan Andrade. Reason not found.
Jaahnavi Kandula tragically lost her life in Seattle when she was struck by a police patrol car while crossing the street. The officers made insensitive comments thereafter.