New Delhi: The day began with good news – all Indians safely evacuated out of Osh and Jalalabad to Bishkek, the capital of riot-hit Kyrgyzstan. Accompanied by two Indian diplomats, 150 odd Indians, Bangladeshis, and Nepalis arrived in two batches late Monday night - early Tuesday morning – on planes chartered by the Indian government. Back home in India the families began complaining. The Indian government claims it left no stone unturned to help Indians stranded in riot-hit Kyrgyzstan. The Indian embassy in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek may have helped the students but it perhaps needs a lesson in courtesy.