Over 41,000 loose laptops distributed in Dindigul district

MADURAI: A general of forty-one 955 students in the Dindigul district have obtained free laptops from the Tamil Nadu authorities in the closing three years. According to a press assertion, 41,955 college students have acquired PCs well worth Rs 12 four hundred within the remaining three years, which amounts to Rs 56.29 crore. This year, 11,745 students analyzing in Class XII and 12,576 Class XI college students will get hold of their loose laptops. Apart from this, unfastened laptops are also being furnished to principals and principals or headmistresses of colleges for the first time in India via the Tamil Nadu authorities. As part of this scheme, as many as 800 heads of high and higher secondary schools and 841 from middle schools in Dindigul district have obtained these unfastened laptops. Rajeswari, a student of the Pattiveeranpatti town panchayat higher secondary faculty, stated that she had by no means dreamt of proudly owning a PC. She introduced the computer, which allows us to study many subjects, from English to physics. A student of the Sennamanayakkanpatti authorities Kallar school, Nageswaran, says the laptop is a boon and has helped him to analyze many factors.

MADURAI: A 60-12 months-old real estate broker, attacked by a load man over a trivial dispute in the town, died in a medical institution, following which the weight guy was arrested on a charge of murder and remanded in prison. The victim was recognized as R Ganesh, 60, from ARV Nagar in Thirunagar on the city outskirts. The incident passed off at Munichalai Junction in front of a tiffin store on Tuesday morning, while Ganesh got here to fulfill his pal. According to the police, Ganesh ran into one A Subramani, 30, from Kamarajarpuram, while getting into a small eatery on the junction to have tea. Ganesh then advised Subramani to be careful of others in public locations. Irked over this, Subramani picked up a quarrel with Ganesh. As the argument heated up, Subramani tried to bash up Ganesh.


However, onlookers interfered and attempted to appease the 2. But, Subramani spotted a kadappa stone close by that he picked up and hit Ganesh on the back of his head with it, after which Ganesh collapsed. Subramani hit Ganesh a couple of extra times on his head and left the place, police said. Meanwhile, Ganesh’s buddy Sivan reached the spot and took him domestically in an autorickshaw as the external damage did not appear terrible. However, as soon as Ganesh got home, he fainted. His spouse, Geetha, rushed him to Government Rajaji Hospital. The outpost police are knowledgeable about the Teppakulam police because the spot where the incident occurred comes from their restriction, police said.

The police arrested Subramani after analyzing the CCTV footage available close to a store. Meanwhile, Ganesh no longer replied to the remedy and died on Wednesday. Following the development, the case registered under the IPC sections 324 – voluntarily inflicting harm through dangerous weapons or manner, 294 (b)- verbal abuse, and 506 (ii)- criminal intimidation, was altered to IPC 302 – punishment for murder. Ganesh worked in a spinning mill before his retirement and took up real property commercial enterprise. Teppakulam police inspector (regulation and order) Ganesan stated that Subramani, a divorcee, did not have any crook background. The murder becomes a result of sudden provocation and a suit of rage.

MADURAI: Many villagers of Chinnapottipuram in Theni district, in which the India-based Neutrino Observatory is to come up, are sad about the determination of the principal government to put into effect the task within the hillock of their village. They renewed their apprehensions inside the context of the authorities’ reiteration within the Rajya Sabha on Thursday that the project was very a great deal on.

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