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Our Pranav Law Firm was established by Lr.M.G.Vishnu who is the Chief Advocate, Here into this service from 2002. Our purpose since our set up has been to offer a proactive, responsive and hassle free legal services to Indians and overseas Indians. He is a motivated, dedicated and an experienced lawyer working with the target of making our law firm as one of the best law firm in India. Our law firm has earned a good will of Local and International circles. The firm has its head office at Coimbatore and Related Workplaces in significant state capitals. The firm additionally has a working association with numerous worldwide law firms. Since its beginning, it continues to serve a different clientele, including domestic and overseas corporations, multinational companies and individuals.
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Trending in Tamil Nadu
Incidents of chain snatching continue to take place despite attempts by the police to curb such crimes.
On Tuesday, M. Suganya (25), a resident of Chinnathadagam near Thudiyalur, was relieved of her six sovereign by a pedestrian near Rose Gaden at Pannimadai.
The incident happened when Suganya had stopped her two-wheeler on Vadamadurai-Thadagam road to pick her handbag when a pedestrian came close to her and snatched the chain.
In the second incident, five sovereign gold chain belonging to Amaravathy (59) of VOC Nagar near Ganapathy was snatched by motorcycle-borne men late on Tuesday.
The police said that the incident happened when the woman came to dump garbage in the bin. In another case reported on Wednesday, four sovereign chain of K. Kanagavalli (78) of of Gokulam Colony near P.N. Pudur was snatched when she was walking on a road.
Two killed in accident
Two persons were killed when the car in which they were travelling rammed a TNSTC bus near Pollachi on Wednesday. The victims were identified as Sabari Prakash (30) of Anupparpalayam and his friend Ramarajan (35) from Tirupur.
The Race Course police have registered a case against two women employees of a construction company on charges of duping of Rs. 3 lakh. The police said that Anitha and Hemalatha, employees of a company based at Tatabad were booked based on a complaint filed by an official of the firm.