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Police News - THOOTHUKUDI

Two antique idols seized in Tuticorin

Tuticorin: Two antique idols with archaeological significance were seized by sleuths attached to the Special Intelligence and Investigation Branch (SIIB) of Tuticorin Customs. One stone idol weighing 17 kg and a metal idol of 1.48 kg were found concealed in coconut bags, Assistant Commissioner (SIIB), Custom House, Tuticorin, Piyush Bharadwaj, said here on Wednesday.

Four children died of suffocation, Near Tuticorin

Tuticorin: Four children died of suffocation after they accidently got stuck in an abandoned car at Vedanatham ,Near Kulathur in the Tuticorin district of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday (13/8/2014). According to police sources, a festival was taking place in Vedanatham.K Isakkiammal,( 8,) D/o.Kannappan., A Muthazhagu, (10) D/o. Anthony samy., S Moses, (7) S/o.Sankar, and P Aadhi, (4) S/o. Pongalraj  were playing during the festival.

Former VAO among 2 held

Thoothukudi: Two persons, including a retired village administrative officer, were arrested by the Anti-Land Grabbing Cell of Tuticorin on Monday for using fake documents in a land sale. According to sources, they were involved in selling 320 acres in Kovilpatti and Ottapidaram taluks in 2005. S. Gengaiah (63), the retired VAO, and his accomplice, M. Karunairaj (34) were arrested based on a complaint lodged by Nithin of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

48 hour 'Operation Amla' begins at Tuticorin

Thoothukudi: Testing  their  emergency preparedness during unexpected situations, Tamil Nadu  police of Tuticorin dist  and Coast Guard (Eastern Region) today 25/6/2014  began a 48 hour "Operation Amla" across  Tuticorin coastal  Area of the Tuticorin dist . The operation is being conducted  across the Tuticorin coastal  with the deployment of a large number of police officers.

Group clash: 16 held

Sixteen persons were arrested here on Thursday in connection with a clash between two groups at Manakarai under Murapanad police station limits on Wednesday night. The group clash left three persons injured and 20 houses ransacked. With deployment of police force, the situation was brought under control, Superintendent of Police, M. Durai said. Based on complaints lodged by M. Sudalaikumar (25), one of the injured, and S. Chelladurai (49) of Thekoor, cases were registered.

Customs officials seize red sanders worth Rs. 21 lakh

Tuticorin:  Seventy seven red sander logs weighing 2,100 kg have been seized by Tuticorin Customs officials. The value of the seized red sanders is estimated to be Rs. 21 lakh, according to Additional Commissioner of Customs N.J. Kumaresh. The contraband was concealed under gunny bags in a container.

Burglar arrested in Tuticorin

Tuticorin: The police have nabbed a burglar at the new bus stand here on Wednesday and later recovered 193 sovereigns of jewels and a gold melting machine in his possession.

3 get life term for murder

Tutucorin: The Second Additional District and Sessions Judge, M. Paul Thurai, sentenced three men, found guilty of murdering two youths, to undergo life imprisonment here on Thursday. They were charged with murders, robbery by causing injury and disappearance of evidence.

Man murders wife in Tuticorin

Tuticorin: Kalaichandra (40) was allegedly murdered by her husband K. Dinkaran (43) at his house in Thalamuthunagar here on Sunday evening. According to police, he murdered his wife after suspecting her fidelity. He was arrested by the Thalamuthunagar police. Further investigations are under way.

DRI personnel seize gold, 6 arrested

Thoothukudi: About eight to nine kg of gold, allegedly smuggled into the Indian coast by a boat, was seized by personnel of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence, Tuticorin, on Saturday. Sources in the DRI said six men, including a Sri Lankan national, were held. On a tip off, the personnel detected the illegal activity at Kannirajapuram in Ramanathapuram district. The contraband was found concealed beneath barrels. R.

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