The information about the suspension of consular services was shared by the Indian Embassy through its Twitter handle
Many Indians stayed put in Dubai, hoping that the temporary suspension would be lifted soon.
In its reaction to the developments in the country, India had on Monday expressed "deep concern" and said the rule of law and the democratic process must be upheld in the country.
Sources said that the Indian government further expressed hope that the Italian authorities will take action against the perpetrators and prevent such incidents from happening in the future.
A month ago a Khalistan flag was seen draped over Mahatma Gandhi's statue near Indian Embassy in Washington DC where protestors were staging a similar protest.
The new strain of coronavirus first found in the UK has caused a stir as it is reported to be more transmissible than other SARS-CoV-2 variants.
According to Johns Hopkins University, the UK has recorded 2,440,202 COVID-19 cases and 72,657 deaths so far.
'CinemaSCOpe' series, being exclusively screened for the diplomats and their families of the SCO countries, commenced on Saturday at the Indian Embassy premises.
In Lalchand Rajput's absence, bowling coach Douglas Hondo would take charge of Zimbabwe during the tour.
While Leela Narayanan Mandredath died in Simikot on Monday morning, possibly due to high altitude sickness, Satya Lakshmi Narayana Subba Rao Grandhi Veera Venkata suffered a heart attack.
The Indian Embassy in the US today opened a round the clock helpline for Indians in need of help in the wake of hurricane Irma.
A huge plume of smoke could be seen rising from the area but it was not clear what the target was and there was no immediate confirmation of any casualties.