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Friday’s Crime News

Friday’s Crime News

Plumber falls to death from Govt hospital Hyderabad, Nov 22 : A plumber died on the spot after falling down from the fourth floor of a government hospital where he was working. According to Charminar police, the deceased, Kailash Mahapatra, was found dead near Government Maternity Hospital at Petlaburj on Friday morning. He is suspected to have fell down from ...

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Two killed as ‘Helen’ cyclone hits AP coast

Two killed as ‘Helen’ cyclone hits AP coast

Hyderabad, Nov 22 : Two persons were killed as the cyclone “Helen” hit the Machilipatnam coast here on Friday. While one death was reported from Kruthvennu due to tree fall, another person died due to fall of electric pole in Machilipatnam in Krishna district. According to the Met Department, the severe cyclonic storm ‘Helen’ over west-central Bay of Bengal moved ...

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India should follow Netaji’s ideology: Ex-Army chief

India should follow Netaji’s ideology: Ex-Army chief

Hyderabad, Nov 22 : While our nation follows Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology of non-violence, we greatly ignored the alternate ideology of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose who believed in armed resistance. This was stated by former Army Chief General Shanker Roy Chowdhury while delivering key note address during the inauguration of a two-day seminar on Visionary Leadership at College of Defence Management ...

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“Helen” cyclone: Over 3,000 evacuated in Amalapuram

“Helen” cyclone: Over 3,000 evacuated in Amalapuram

Amalapuram, Nov 22 : Minister for Registrations and Stamps Thota Narashiham said that necessary steps were taken in Amalapuram division in East Godavari District to safe guard the public and property due to Helen cyclone. Speaking to the media persons here at Amalpuram, the minister said that 3,263 people from 979 families in 13 mandals in Amalapuram division were shifted ...

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CM exhorts students to work sincerely to achieve goals

CM exhorts students to work sincerely to achieve goals

Hyderabad, Nov 22 : Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy exhorted the students to work sincerely to achieve their goals. “We have to face many difficulties and hardships in our life, family and society. But we have to face them with courage and self confidence. We should be true to conscience. We have to set a goal for ourselves and ...

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