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News Digest: Coimbatore Today 06.10.2023

News Digest: Coimbatore Today 06.10.2023

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15 lakh pages of chargesheet copies handed over to accused in financial fraud case at TANPID Court in Coimbatore. The TANPID Court in Coimbatore on Friday, October 6, 2023, handed over 15 lakh pages of chargesheet copies to the accused in a financial fraud case. The case involves a group of individuals who are accused of defrauding investors of over Rs. 100 crore. The accused have been charged with various offenses, including cheating, forgery, and money laundering.

Autopsy reveals elephant calf died after carnivore attack. An autopsy conducted on the body of an elephant calf that was found dead in the Coimbatore Forest Division on Thursday, October 5, 2023, has revealed that the calf died after being attacked by a carnivore. The autopsy report also found that the calf had sustained multiple injuries, including a bite wound on its neck. Forest officials believe that the calf may have been attacked by a leopard or a tiger.

Burglary bid at pvt bank ATM in Erode; cash not lost: A burglary attempt was made at a private bank ATM in Erode, Tamil Nadu, on Friday. However, the burglars were unable to break into the ATM and no cash was stolen.

Central govt official joins cleaning drive: A central government official joined a cleaning drive in Coimbatore on Friday. The drive was organized by the local municipal corporation to raise awareness about cleanliness and hygiene.

Salem railway division earns 7.3cr from ticket checking drives: The Salem railway division earned Rs. 7.3 crore from ticket checking drives in the month of September. This is a significant increase from the previous month, when the division earned Rs. 5.6 crore from ticket checking drives.

Chain snatchers held, stolen items recovered: Two chain snatchers were arrested in Coimbatore on Friday and the stolen items were recovered. The duo had snatched a gold chain from a woman in the city on Thursday.

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City, rural police now seek three more new stations: The city and rural police in Coimbatore have sought the establishment of three new police stations. The new police stations are proposed to be set up in the areas of Sulur, Karumathampatti, and Seeranaickenpalayam.

Supreme Court stays auction of leased agricultural land of Perur Patteeswarar temple in Coimbatore. The Supreme Court has stayed the auction of leased agricultural land belonging to the Perur Patteeswarar temple in Coimbatore. The auction was scheduled to be held on Friday. The stay was granted in response to a petition filed by the temple administration, which argued that the auction would violate the rights of the temple and its devotees.

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