The Supreme Court on Thursday mused how it can give directions to stop war, a remark which came in the context of a petition seeking evacuation of Indians stuck in Ukraine..The matter was mentioned before Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana by Senior Counsel AM Dar."This is a fresh plea regarding evacuation of Indians in Ukraine border (Romania). Most are girls," the lawyer said."I read somewhere that it is being asked what is CJI doing? Can we give a direction to stop the war," CJI Ramana demanded."They are in freezing temperature. There are students, most are girls, They are there for 6 days," the counsel persisted. The CJI then asked the lawyer to wait, stating that the Bench will seek assistance of Attorney General KK Venugopal. "We have all the sympathies. We will ask the Attorney General to assist us. You wait, we will take it up," the CJI said. .When the matter was taken up later, Attorney General KK Venugopal informed the Court that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had spoken to Ukraine and Russia.He also said that the Central government has sent ministers to ensure safe evacuation of Indians who have crossed the Ukrainian border."Have the students crossed Ukraine," the AG asked."They have not crossed the border yet," replied Dar."Why are they not crossing over? Are they being prevented," the AG further queried"So far as Ukraine is concerned, everyone is being allowed to cross into neighbouring countries," the AG said."We will send the plea to your office and please see if you can help them. Thank you Mr. Attorney General," CJI NV Ramana said..The case will be taken up next on Friday.