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Indian MBA student stabbed in London

London/ New Delhi, February 11
In the fourth attack on Indians in the last two months in England, Indian MBA student Praveen Reddy, 26, was critically stabbed in the London borough of Newham last night. Eleven persons have been arrested.

"The police called at 08.23 on Friday, 10 February, to Newham General Hospital after a man in his 20's was admitted with stab wounds. He is currently in hospital in a critical condition," the Scotland Yard said. "Officers believe the man sustained his injuries at an address in Kent Street, E13. Eleven people have been arrested. Four remain in custody. The other seven have been bailed until future dates. Detectives from Newham are investigating," it added.

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna spoke to acting High Commissioner Rajesh Prasad, asking him to extend all possible help to him. He also spoke to Praveenís businessman-father Sudhakar Reddy, assuring him of all help in getting visa, official sources in New Delhi said. ó PTI

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