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The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu has issued a press release mentioning the names of three Indians who survived the Agni Air crash at Jomsom in Nepal on Monday morning.
The embassy has also released phone numbers of a control room/information centre that have been set up in Kathmandu. No details are yet available of the 13 Indians who were killed.
The three Indians who survived the crash have been identified as Tirumala Kidambi Shreekanth, Tirumala Kidambi Sreevardhini (9) and Tirumala Kidambi Sreepada (6).
All of them are being treated at the Manipal Hospital in Pokhara. Both the airline and the embassy have not been able to get details of where in India they belong to.
A Nepal Army helicopter has meanwhile left for Jomsom to bring the mortal remains of the deceased to Kathmandu.
Numbers of control room
00-977-1-4410900 extn. 4109
00-977-1-4411699 extn. 4109