Ceiling fan falls on examinee's head
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A Madhyamik examinee was injured when a ceiling fan fell on his head during the first day of the Madhyamik board examination at a school in North Kolkata today, police sources said. The student, Sham Moinuddin, was rushed to hospital
where he was given four stitches, the sources said.
He was taken back to the examination centre and would be given extra time to complete his answer script, they said. The police visited the school to inquire how the incident occurred.
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