Student killed in road mishap

BANGALORE: A 22-year-old student, who was riding a bike died in an accident at the flyover, near Hebbal on Monday early morning. The deceased, Nikhil Narayan, a native of Kerala was a fi

Published: 20th March 2012 02:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:38 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: A 22-year-old student, who was riding a bike died in an accident at the flyover, near Hebbal on Monday early morning.

The deceased, Nikhil Narayan, a native of Kerala was a final year student of M S Ramaiah College and was studying  electronics.  His friend Sagar Naidu (25),  a native of Andhra Pradesh was riding pillion and was seriously injured.

The police said, the accident took place around 4.30 am when they were returning home after attending a party. Nikhil, who was riding a bike, lost control and hit a median. Owing to serious head injuries, he died on the spot and Sagar was shifted to NIMHANS. Both were staying in Vidyaranayapuram.

The police suspect that they were riding the bike under the influence of alcohol.

Mason Falls to Death

A 35-year-old man died on the spot after falling down from a two-storeyed under construction house at Kere Guddadahalli near Yeshwantpur in Soladevanahalli police station limits on Monday afternoon.

The deceased, identified as Jaffer, a native of Shahabad in Gulbarga district, was working as a mason.

Drunken Man Falls on Iron Rod, Dies A 40-year old man, in a drunken state, died after falling on an iron rod at Chamarajpet First Main, opposite Ganesh Hotel on Sunday night.

The deceased, Murughan, a native of Tamil Nadu was working as a mason. The police said that the incident took place around 9.30 pm when Murughan, in an inebriated state got in to a fight with his colleagues Anna Malai and Ambika.

Meanwhile, Murughan’s mother Kashiyamma tried to drag him out off the quarrel. In the commotion, he lost balance and fell down on an iron rod, which was on the footpath. He sustained severe injuries and died on the spot.

A case has been registered in Chamarajpet police station limits.

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