Student ‘told to remove blouse in class quiz’

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 14 Oct 2004

MALAYSIA Hindu Sangam has expressed concern over an incident in Masai, Johor, where a Form Three student was told to remove her blouse during a quiz among class students, reported Malaysia Nanban.  

The report said a group of students organised the quiz which required the boys to remove their pants and the girls to remove their blouses if they failed to answer questions.  

A teacher who passed by the class was shocked to see the girl partially dressed. 

The student quickly adjusted her uniform and told the teacher about the contest. 

The school contacted the Sangam, which called the MIC division chairman and discussed the matter with school representatives and the students. 

The report said the students promised the incident would not be repeated and their parents were informed of the matter.  

The daily also reported that Aishwarya Rai, a popular Bollywood actress and former Miss World, had been voted India’s sexiest actress.  

It said Durex conducted an online survey of over 350,000 people in 41 countries to select the sexiest actors and actresses.  

The report said 2,300 people in India took part and one out of five voted for Rai.  

Popular Hindi actor Hrithik Roshan was selected as the sexiest actor in India. 

Tamil Nesan said Hong Kong jewellery manufacturer Goldquest International had produced gold coins depicting Lord Tirupathi.  

It said the coins were made with the blessings of India's top religious leader, Kanchi Sri Jayandirer.  

The company had produced 4,999 coins.  

One side of the coin depicted Lord Tirupathi, the Lord of the Seven Hills, while the other carried the company logo.  

The company also produced silver coins depicting Lord Tirupathi and a set of gold and silver coins which were sold at Rs25,000 (RM2,070). 

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