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Police News - Nilgiris

Police presence along border hamlets has yielded results

Coimbatore: The Nilgiris and Coimbatore District Police said that increasing police presence in the hamlets bordering Tamil Nadu and Kerala has helped them gather intelligence inputs by getting closer to people. The police are confident that this will play a key role in curtailing attempts by Maoists from Kerala to enter Tamil Nadu.

Teachers held for harassment

Ushagamandalam: High drama was witnessed near the Town West police station here on Friday following the arrest of two teachers of a private school on the Woodcock Road here. According to the police, the complaint against the teachers was that they had allegedly abused and harassed a first standard student on Monday. The child was the daughter of a police official and the complainant was his mother-in-law.

Licensed weapons prohibited

The Nilgiris: The Nilgiris Collector P.Sankar said in a press note issued here on Thursday that in view of the coming Lok Sabha elections the carrying of licensed weapons has been prohibited in the district. All the licensees should deposit their weapons in the police station nearest to them before April 10,2014. They would remain in police custody till the completion of the election process.

Two killed, 30 houses damaged as two groups clash over prayers

UDHAGAMANDALAM: Two people were beaten to death and six injured on Monday when two groups of native Badaga tribe clashed over a long-standing dispute on performing prayers in a village temple near here. In retaliation to the killing, around 20 houses were set on fire and another ten ransacked at the Nanjanadu village, about 20km from here. Police have taken into custody 17 people belonging to one group.

Republic Day celebrations in Nilgiris

Nilgiris : In Udhagamandalam, Nilgiris Collector P.Sankar unfurled the tricolour at the Breeks Open Air Stadium. Accompanied by the Superintendent of Police T.Senthil Kumar, the Collector inspected a parade. Mr.Sankar distributed welfare assistance to the tune of Rs. 64.52 lakh to 129 beneficiaries. He honoured three freedom fighters P.M.Gundan, J.Halli Gowder and S.Ari Gowder and decorated eighteen head constables with the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s medals.