Mysuru: A student who was appearing for the first paper of SSLC examination on Monday died after she suffered a heart attack at the examination centre here in the T Narsipur taluk in Mysuru district.

The student has been identified as Anushri, a resident of Akkoru village in T Narsipura Taluk. She was reportedly appearing for SSLC examination at the Vidyodaya Eam Centre here.

According to the reports, Anushri collapsed and was rushed to a local hospital where she breathed her last after failing to respond to the treatment.

A case in this regard was registered at the local police station.

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Mangaluru: The city police have nabbed five more individuals, in connection with the Boliyar stabbing incident taking the total number of arrests to 11, on Wednesday.

The arrested accused have been identified as Tajjudin, Sarwan, Mubarak, Ashraf and Talhat, all residents of Boliyar.

Previously the police had arrested Boliyar residents, Muhammad Shakir, Abdul Razzaq, Aboobacker Siddique, Sawad, Monu alias Hafeez, Aboobacker.

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Earlier on June 9, during a victory procession organized by the BJP workers in Boliyar, to celebrate Narendra Modi's swearing-in as Prime Minister, some participants allegedly shouted provocative slogans in front of the Boliyar mosque. When an altercation broke out, resulting in three activists Harish, Nandan Kumar, and Kishan Kumar of Dharmanagar being stabbed by a group. The injured were subsequently admitted to a private hospital in Deralkatte.

Additionally, a case has been registered against five BJP workers Suresh, Vinay, Subhash, Ranjith, and Dhananjaya based on a complaint by the president of the mosque. The complaint alleges that the BJP workers shouted provocative slogans in front of the Boliyar mosque during the victory celebrations.

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