Teacher killed in mishap

. The deceased has been identified as Sathish Kulal (32). He along with a pillion rider were plying towards Mangalore when the mishap occurred. The incident occurred when a dog came in the middle of the road. He was working as a drawing teacher at St Joseph School.

Driver goes missing
A driver went missing when a lorry fell into Kempu hole on Shiradi Ghat road near Gundya on Monday night.
The driver is Abdul Ajeej (30), a resident of Shirthadi in Moodabidri. The lorry was bound to Bangalore from Mangalore. The mishap occurred when the driver tried to avoid a pothole. However, the cleaner has escaped. The lorry was found 50 metres away from the spot where it fell, on Tuesday morning. Divers from NMPT were called to search for Ajeej. However, his body was not found till evening.

9 fishermen escape
Nine fishermen had a miraculous escape when the boat in which they were travelling capsized on Tuesday. In the backdrop of ban on deep sea fishing, nine fishermen were fishing in a traditional boat. The boat belonged to Jeevan Pereira. A huge wave at 9.30 am resulted in the capsize of the boat. Six fishermen reached the shore by swimming while three of them reached the shore with the help of a life jacket.

Student dies
A student accidentally consumed a banana mixed with rat poison at Panja and died. The deceased has been identified as Rajith B, a student of Mahaveera Polytechnic College, Moodabidri. Though he was rushed to the hospital, he breathed his last in the hospital.

RPF nabs rly official
Railway Police Force nabbed two persons including a Railway Crew Controller from the Railways Quarters here on Tuesday for attempting to take advantage of a sales girl after luring her.
The accused have been identifed as Krishnadas (49), a Railway Crew Controller and his aide Abdul Rafeeq (29) of Kozhikode. Sources in the Women’s Police Station said that Rafeeq invited the girl, who is an internet-based marketing executive, to the official quarters of Krishnadas on the pretext of introducing a business client. However, sensing a fowl play, the girl had gone to his quarters along with two of her friends as a precaution. Meanwhile, Railway Police peronnels who reached the spot took the duo into custody and later handed them over to Women’s Police.
A case has been registered at the Women’s Police Station based on girl’s complaint. Krishnadas is a native of Alampady in Kasaragod district. He was tranferred to Kannur as a crew controller recently.

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