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Indian student missing in Australia, massive manhunt underway

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Indian student goes missing
Melbourne, Oct 15: Indian student Natasha Narang, 30, has gone missing in Australia since October 4, when she was last seen at Mowbray in the state. The police have launched a massive search operation following her disappearance.

Narang is a PhD student at the University of Tasmania. On Thursday the police here searched the Tamar River after some of Narang's items were discovered on the banks.

But the police have failed to locate her.

Narang hails from Punjab and travelled to Australia to do her PhD on Indians studying in regional Australia. She then moved to Tasmania with her husband Sandeep in November 2012.

Her family, however have not ruled out the role of her husband in her disappearance.

Narang is a PhD student at University of Tasmania

The police, on the other hand do not suspect anything suspicious as they believe that study related stress maybe the reason for her disappearance.

Many people have come forward to provide the investigators with information regarding Narang.

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