Briefly Nation: 48 teachers refuse Census work,booked

The police here have booked 48 school teachers for refusing to do the Census work.

Written by Express News Service | Published:October 10, 2011 12:55 am

48 teachers refuse Census work,booked

THANE: The police here have booked 48 school teachers for refusing to do the Census work. These teachers from three different schools were assigned the Socio,Economic and Caste work census which is currently on in the country but they refused to do it,PSI Darade,quoting a complaint by the Assistant Municipal Commissioner Arvind Panchal of the Utalsar ward,said. They have been booked under section 187 of the IPC and section 11 (1)(a) of the Indian Census Act 1948.

Eight hurt in Cuttack bomb explosion

BHUBANESWAR: Eight people were injured when two crude bombs exploded in quick succession in a shop in Sikharpur area of Cuttack city,police said on Sunday. The country-made bombs went off in a mobile voucher shop on Saturday night sources said. The injured were admitted to SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack.

Prisoners appear for exam on Mahatma

NASHIK: Over 300 prisoners of Nashik Road Central Jail on Saturday appeared for a written examination on the life of the Mahatma Gandhi. The examination was conducted by Mumbai-based ‘Sarvodaya Mandal’ and ‘Gandhi Research Centre’ in Jalgaon. The intention behind the move was to inspire the jail inmates with the teachings of Gandhi.

Girl ends life after uncle ‘kills’ lover

RAJKOT: An 18-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging herself on Sunday,after her uncle allegedly killed her married lover at Limbuda village in Manavadar taluka of Junagadh. Police said the girl,Preeti,was a high school student. Police have booked Purshottam Mori,Preeti’s uncle,for murder. The police said,Bharat Kansagara was seen by Purshottam when he came to meet Preeti late on Saturday night. “Purshottam chased him and allegedly clubbed him to death,” said an officer.

Another threat call,says Suresh Oberoi

MUMBAI: The Juhu police have received a fresh complaint from actor Suresh Oberoi that his relative has received a threat call from gangster Ravi Pujari. The police are,however,treating it as an extension of the earlier application filed by the family with the Juhu police. On September 22,the Juhu police had recorded the statement of Oberoi after his lawyer gave a written application to the police about extortion threats.

Four boys die in train mishap in Bihar

CHAPRA: Four boys were on Sunday run over and killed by a train near Goldenganj station under Sonepur-Chapra section a GRP officer said. The boys,hailing from Mubarakpur in Bihar’s Saran district,were crushed to death by the Howrah-Kathgodam Bagh Express when they were trying to cross the track.

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