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Cutting a hole in train roof, robbers escape with RBI's cash
Robbers cut through the roof a train coach in Tamil Nadu and escaped with cash belonging to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), police said.
 
The audacious robbery came to light when the Salem Express reached Chennai from Salem in the state.
 
According to officials, the RBI booked a coach in the train.
 
The bank had reportedly loaded 228 trunks with currency, estimated at around Rs340 crore. But some officials said they were all soiled notes.
 
It is not known how much cash was robbed.
 
The robbers seem to have entered the coach after cutting through the roof sometime during Monday night or early on Tuesday when the train reached Virudhachalam.
 
Another theory is that the robbery could have happened soon after the train left Salem and before it reached Virudhachalam as the route was non-electrified route. On the other hand, the route between Virudhachalam and Chennai is electrified.
 
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NGOs release charter urging men to say no to violence against women
A 10-point charter was released here by Non-Government Organisations on Tuesday urging men to become agents of change and say no to all forms of violence against women.
 
The Charter for Men on Preventing Violence Against Women, released by Centre for Social Research (CSR) and Asia Foundation, urges boys and men to engage in a dialogue on gender perceptions around masculinity and femininity through interpersonal dialogue and social media. 
 
It calls upon men not to use the abusive language that targets women and promotes a culture of misogyny, and to rally around opinion leaders who create healthy gender definitions. 
 
It also strives to initiate a dialogue between legislature, judiciary and the executive for gender sensitisation leading to policy changes. 
 
It suggests using social media platforms to highlight matters related to gender. 
 
A press release issued by CSR and Asia Foundation said they were also running a programme 'Engaging Men and boys in Countering Violence Against Women - Developing a New Generation of Change-Makers'. 
 
CSR director Ranjana Kumari said that they will send the charter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and request them "to kick start this noble change process" and advise various departments to display it prominently.
 
"We shall also be sharing this with institutions across the country," she said. 
 
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Five Mumbai hospital doctors held in kidney sale racket
In a major swoop, Mumbai police late on Tuesday arrested five top medicos of the reputed Dr L.H. Hiranandani Hospital here in connection with a kidney sale racket.
 
Contacted for comment, an official spokesperson for Hiranandani Group told IANS that they are conducting their own internal probe and declined comments till it was completed.
 
Powai police late tonight nabbed the five medicos who include the 12-year old hospital management's top brass. 
 
The accused doctors are Dr Sujit Chattarjee (CEO), Dr Anurag Naik, Medical Director, Dr Mukesh Shete, Dr Mukesh Shah and Dr Prakash Shetty.
 
The accused will be produced for remand at Andheri Court on Wednesday. 
 
The Mumbai police initiated a probe after a recent complaint alleging a kidney sale racket in the 240-bed hospital in Powai.
 
They have been charged under Section 12 and 21 of The Transplantation of Human Organ Act, 1994, said the police.
 
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