'Indian Students of TVU would be Given Fair Treatment'

Washington, Feb 26 (PTI) The US has assured India that hundreds of Indian students affected by the closure of a California-based "sham" university would be given "fair and appropriate" treatment and their interests would be carefully considered.

The assurance by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came in the form of a letter to Indian Ambassador to the US, Meera Shankar.

"In the letter, Clinton emphasised that the US is proud to host over 100,000 Indian students in the United States and hopes to increase the numbers in the years ahead," Shankar told reporters.

Following the telephonic conversation between Clinton and External Affairs Minister S M Krishna early this month, Shankar had conveyed on February 14 to the Secretary of State details of Indian students of the Tri Valley University in California, expressing India's concerns on this issue.


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