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Police focus on intelligence-gathering along Kerala border

Coimbatore: With Coimbatore having close to 39 roads leading to Kerala, which recently witnessed attacks by naxals, Tamil Nadu police are focusing on improving their relationship with those living in remote hamlets along the border for getting real-time intelligence inputs, according to sources.Stepping up cordial relationship with tribal people and intelligence-gathering on a real-time basis in addition to fortification of the border is one of the proactive measures that t

Police check hospitals on State border

The Tamil Nadu Police in Coimbatore and The Nilgiris have started a screening operation in hospitals located on the borders close to Kerala to see if any Maoist injured during the clash between the police and Maoists in Silent Valley near Agali in Palakkad district, Kerala, was brought here for treatment. Inspector General of Police K.

159 country bombs seized

Tirunelveli: A surprise raid conducted by the police in the coastal hamlet of Kooththenkuzhi, about 75 km from here on Sunday morning, has led to the seizure of 159 country bombs. The village, known for its ‘country bomb culture’, has witnessed several clashes between two fishermen groups. Police conducted a pre-dawn raid on June 13 last and seized over 300 country bombs, all kept in plastic buckets and buried in an isolated place near the village.

Five arrested

New Delhi: An espionage racket with ISI links was busted in Jammu and Kolkata in two separate incidents with the arrest of a serving BSF personnel and four suspected ISI operatives from whom classified information were recovered.

Police crack down on fake doctors

HYDERABAD: Following the incident in which a person died after being treated by a quack, the city police launched a crackdown on fake doctors on Saturday. Police detained around 80 persons who were running clinics without proper authorisation, and are registering cases against them. A few of those taken into custody by the police were just carrying participation certificates obtained from some medical associations.

Gang kidnaps owner of supermarket in Chennai

CHENNAI: Police launched a hunt for a five-member gang that kidnapped a businessman from his newly opened supermarket at Neelankarai in Chennai on Thursday. The green produce supermarket was inaugurated on Wednesday. Police said S Prasad, 35, a resident of Adyar and a native of Tuticorin, came to his supermarket at 9.30am.

Police patrol vehicles get sirens, flashlights

Coimbatore: Coimbatore City Police have fitted flashlights and sirens in the 35 two-wheelers used for patrol. Commissioner A. Amal Raj said that the move was to distinguish the patrol vehicles from others that policemen use so that people could approach them for assistance. “Members of the public find it difficult to know if policemen riding two-wheelers are on duty, or returning home or on some other work.

Daring rescue effort by city’s top cop

Chennai:On receiving information about the flooding in Tambaram, ADGP Sylendra Babu, sprang into action with this team to evacuate residents to safety. Terrified residents of the Mudichur area, soon after seeing the flood waters entering their houses, made emergency calls to the government emergency service seeking immediate help.

Police impose fine on speeding buses

Erode: In the aftermath of a car accident earlier this week near Thindal that claimed two lives, the Police Department on Friday carried out surprise checks on speeding vehicles using a newly procured speed-radar gun. Fines were imposed on the speeding buses and those using air horns during the operation under the direct supervision of Superintendent of Police M.R. Sibi Chakravarthy. The speeding buses that were fined included a TNSTC bus, the SP said.