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Four-year-old boy succumb to injuries Hyderabad, Nov 17 : A four-year-old boy succumbed to the injuries which he suffered after jumping down from a running auto-rickshaw of his father. According to Falaknuma police, the boy, Md Nooruddin and his brother Ameenuddin (7), went along with their father Md Hassan Ali, a resident of Vattepalli, to park their auto-rickshaw in the ...

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CFSI to market children’s films, says CEO Shravan Kumar

CFSI to market children’s films, says CEO Shravan Kumar

Hyderabad, Nov 17 : The focus has finally dawned on the scope and promotion of Childrens films in the Aran and Asian countries after the stellar surge and contributions of the Iran and Japanese film makers in the last one decade .And what every children film maker and activist wants is that the state governments which spend hugely on children’s ...

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Three of a family run-over by train in Vizianagaram

Three of a family run-over by train in Vizianagaram

Vizianagaram, Nov 17 : Three members of a family were killed after they were run over by a train while crossing the tracks here on Sunday. The deceased, identified as Balaji Singh (40) and his two sons Purshottam (8) and Anik (4), were run over by a passenger train when they parked their two-wheeler and went to answer nature’s call ...

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YSRCP to hold extended party meeting on Monday

YSRCP to hold extended party meeting on Monday

Hyderabad, Nov 17 : The YSR Congress Party will conduct its extended party meeting here on Monday to discuss the latest political situation in the State. YSRCP President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, who is returning to the city after meeting the leaders of other national parties in New Delhi, will preside over Monday’s meeting. According to YSRCP coordinator PNV Prasad, ...

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Pay electricity bills on time for better services: Transco CMD

Pay electricity bills on time for better services: Transco CMD

Hyderabad, Nov 17 : In order to provide qualitative/better services to all categories of consumers, the AP power utilities have earnestly appealed to all electricity consumers to pay monthly electricity bills promptly before due date either at ERO offices/e-seva/Cash collection counters/Consumer services centres, etc., or duly utilising the Online/Internet Banking/Mobile Banking facilities which in-turn helps the power utilities to ensure ...

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