Two IIM-Indore students drown in Choral river
Two students from the Indian Institute of Management-Indore were feared to have drowned this evening when they went for a swim in the Choral river near Indore.
Neha Singh and Nilesh Agarwal, both second year postgraduate students of IIM, had gone to the Choral picnic spot on motorcycles along with two other friends, police said.
The two allegedly decided to take a swim in the river some time around 5:30 or 6 pm but were swept away by the strong currents, they said.
Their bodies have not been found so far.
Neha is said to be from Hyderabad while Nilesh is from Delhi.
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