Another Indian was killed in Houthi shelling in Saudi Arabia's Jazan province on Sunday, two days after an Indian and two Bangladeshis were killed in a similar attack.
A Malayali was killed when shells fired by Houthi rebels fell in Samta in Jazan on Sunday. Three Indians from Jammu and Kashmir were injured in the attack along with two Egyptians and a Yemeni, Saudi media reported.
The deceased Vishnu, who hailed from Kerala, used to work at a cell phone shop in Samta, Saudi Gazette reported.
On Friday, Panayappilli Farouq, who hailed from Kerala's Ernakulam district, was killed in a Houthi attack when shells fell on a residential compound. Two other Indians were injured in Friday's attack.
Several Indian nationals have lost their lives in the crossfire between Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Earlier this month, at least seven Indians were killed when Saudi planes bombed a Yemeni port.
Saudi Arabia has been leading a coalition airstrike against the Shiite Houthis in Yemen, who have been trying to seize power from the government.
The Houthi rebels have carried out several attacks across the border in response.
On Sunday, two Saudi border guards were killed in Najran in a Houthi shell attack from Yemen.