Of the 298 people (283 passengers and 15 crew) killed in a missile strike on a Malaysia Airlines plane Thursday, at least 11 were Indians.
It’s not clear if the 11 Indian victims included both passengers and crew members.
41-year-old Sanjid Singh Sandhu was one of the Indian victims.
Sanjid, who was a flight steward on the ill-fated plane, had switched his shift with a colleague.
The names of the remaining 10 Indians have not been released.
Malaysia Airlines officials said the other passengers on the Boeing 777 plane included 154 Dutch citizens, 27 Australians, 23 Malaysians, 6 Brits, 4 French, 3 Filipinos and a Canadian.
Nationalities of the remaining 65 passengers has yet to be confirmed.
The plane was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when a missile strike brought it down over war-torn Ukraine.
When the plane was brought down in south-eastern Ukraine, it was flying at an altitude of 30,000-ft.
Air India and several other airlines are no longer routing flights over eastern Ukraine.