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Man held for threatening police

Special Correspondent

Coimbatore: Race Course Police on Wednesday arrested Nagarajan (42) of Adhi Tamilar Pasarai on charges of preventing a Government servant from discharging duty and for criminal intimidation.

According to police, Nagarajan came to the police station along with a woman to prefer a complaint.

When a woman police constable at the reception asked for details, Nagarajan snatched the register from her and threatened her of dire consequences.

Inquiry

A two-member team from Chennai comprising a Joint Secretary and a principal of another law college, visited the Law College here to hold an inquiry about the agitation by students.

Students are demanding action against a woman teacher on charges of using abusive language against girl students.

They had burnt the Chief Minister and Law Minister in effigy besides Constitution and National Flag.

After talks, the students withdrew the stir. The teacher and the principal have gone on leave.

Rice seized

The police have seized 57 bags of rice, each containing 50 kg which was about to be loaded to a vehicle from Thudialur. The police on patrol duty found the loading to be suspicious and inquiries revealed that it was rice meant for public distribution system.

Ebenezer (35) and Kalimuthu who were in the vehicle were taken to custody for questioning.

Electrocuted

Palanisamy (55) a farm worker was killed when he stepped on to a snapped live electric wire at Roopa Nagar near Sungam. Investigations are on.

Chain snatched

Two unidentified persons stopped Rajeshwari (35) who was riding a two-wheeler at Sulur and snatched a gold chain weighing more than 2.5 sovereigns, she was wearing, on Thursday.

Sulur Police are investigating.

Honoured

City Police Commissioner C. Sylendra Babu on Thursday handed over cash reward to a woman constable C. Shima of Ukkadam Police Station for her swift action in rescuing three boys who lost their way from school and were found at Ukkadam bus stand on November 10, 2010.

They were studying in Standard IV in a private school in Puliakulam.

They were handed over to parents.

Mr. Babu also handed over a cash reward to Head Constable G. Lakshmanan of Ukkadam Police Station for timely interception of a car in which four persons were escaping after snatching a cellular phone from a person from near the railway station.

Aid

City Police Commissioner C. Sylendra Babu disbursed Rs. 61,500 as education assistance to 20 students, all children of police personnel studying in Standard X and Plus-Two.

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