Search operations continued for the 11 Indian crew members who went missing after a cargo ship sank in the Pacific ocean off the Japan coast.
The Ministry also released a list of 15 Indians rescued by other vessels in the region. Our Missions in Japan, Philippines and China on the job, he tweeted.
"15 Indians rescued, search on for missing 11 following sinking of a ship off Okinawa".
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Sixteen of the 26 Indian crew aboard the Hong Kong-registered vessel had been rescued, while 10 others were still missing, said the Consulate-General, quoting information from the Japanese side, Xinhua news agency reported.
The Hong Kong-registered cargo ship was sailing almost 280 kilometres (174 miles) east of the northern tip of the Philippines.
"We have dispatched two patrol boats and three planes to the site but a typhoon has made a rescue hard", the spokesman added.
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