Thanks, I read it. Such a shame. Some kids are like that. The difference is the distance, the language barrier, and not knowing our country and it's culture. Yes, I can see as a parent, should I be placed in that position, the desperation that I would feel regarding my son's well being. The thing that concerns me, and raises alarm bells is his phantom presence even on social networks. Example the picture of him on one of them which you located for Namsheed, he had his head down. It was not full faced. I don't know, but he is avoiding something. If he were my son, I would certainly wonder as well.
Sorry, but I am wondering if his visa ran out, and he wants to stay, and doesn't know what to do.
Not knowing the East Indian culture, I am wondering why he isn't calling home? Perhaps he is ashamed in that he does not have a good paying job, a new car etc, as perhaps his family imagined.
One suggestion that I have, and the only one that I can think of, is to contact an East Indian organization in Toronto, and perhaps they can locate him and talk to him. There must a main one in Toronto, and Namsheed can use her own language in speaking to them and better explain. Also, perhaps they may be able to give her further advice as to where to go from there. You are doing a great job for Namsheed too, however the more resources she can access, the greater her chances of locating him.