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SHORT TAKES | Vasectomy operation reversed

HIRALAL, A deaf and dumb man hailing from Sohagpur, would now be able to produce child. The vasectomy operation he underwent by mistake was reversed at Delhi recently. Hiralal was operated upon against his wishes at a sterilization camp held at Sohagpur in November last. His wife opposed it following which the district administration swung into action.

india Updated: Mar 04, 2006 15:09 IST
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HIRALAL, A deaf and dumb man hailing from Sohagpur, would now be able to produce child. The vasectomy operation he underwent by mistake was reversed at Delhi recently. Hiralal was operated upon against his wishes at a sterilization camp held at Sohagpur in November last. His wife opposed it following which the district administration swung into action.

The issue was also raised in Vidhan Sabha. He was operated at district hospital to reverse it but doctors did not succeed. He was finally sent to Delhi on government expenses. Dr Kanja successfully operated him at Loknayak Jaiprakash Hospital. SDM Manoj Sariyam said Hiralal was fully well and could now produce child. Erring officials in the case had been suspended, he added. HTC

2 die as tree falls on them

TWO PERSONS were killed when a tree fell on them as strong winds and rain lashed at National Highway 69, about 20 km from Betul district headquarters. Eight persons were injured in the incident last evening. Tinu Rathore (18) and Bhagirathi Bai (50) succumbed later, while Somti Bai was in serious condition. Traffic was blocked for some time as the tree fell. In a separate incident, lightning struck 14-year-old Mohan Pawar dead in Multai. UNI

Three held for cricket satta

THE MANASA police in Neemuch district arrested three persons from a house on charges of carrying out satta operation for ongoing India-England cricket match on Thursday. Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a house in Manasa and caught Lalchand Rathor, Vijay and Govind Rathor for carrying out satta for current India-England cricket Test match being played at Nagpur. Police recovered satta slips valuing Rs 2.71 lakh, four mobile phones, 2 landline phones, a colour TV and Rs 710 cash from them. In this connection, Police also arrested house owner Lalchand Toli. HTC

Newspaper CD released

CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan released a CD of the newspaper MP Post.org here today. State Energy Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya, journalist Sarman Nagele and others were also present on the occasion. HTC

Five coal trucks seized

FIVE TRUCKS loaded with coal were seized at Jaisinghnagar in Shahdol district. Fake documents were also seized from the truck. As per department officials, the coal obtained near the Sone river was being taken illegally. All the five trucks have been taken into custody. Agencies

Minor run over by bus

A MINOR girl was run over by a bus and killed in Jabalpur prompting people to stage a roadblock demanding the immediate arrest of the driver at Jaliwada village near here. Seven-year-old Priyanka alias Pinki died on the spot after being hit by the Jabalpur-bound passenger bus from Padwar this afternoon. Angry over the incident, residents staged a roadblock for nearly an hour demanding action against the bus driver. Senior officials rushed to the spot and the situation was brought under control. PTI

First Published: Mar 04, 2006 15:09 IST