Their Careers Stuck, Students Back From Ukraine Make An Appeal To PM | Read

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Medical students, who returned from war-torn Ukraine, are holding a five-day hunger strike in Delhi demanding admission to Indian medical colleges as a one-time measure. Citing depression, anxiety and other mental issues, these students have requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi's to step in to save their future.

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