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Monday’s Crime News

Monday’s Crime News

Man found unconscious near BVB School dies at OGH Hyderabad, Dec 16 : A 65-year-old man, who was found lying unconscious on a footpath near Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan of Jubilee Hills, died at the Osmania General Hospital. According to police, the man, who was later identified as K Rangappa of Film Nagar Huts, was found unconscious on December 11 and ...

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TITA condemns tearing of Telangana Bill

Hyderabad, Dec 16 : The Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) has condemned the Seemandhra MLAs of TDP and YSRCP for tearing the Telangana Bill in Assembly. “Such acts remind the behavior of Pakistanis who burns Indian national flag in Srinagar,” said Sundeep Kumar Makthala, TITA Founder President. “Such acts are not new to Telangana people and facing the similar humiliation ...

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SCR holds 28th Pension Adalat

SCR holds 28th Pension Adalat

Hyderabad, Dec 16 : The South Central Railway conducted the 28th Pension Adalat at Rail Nilayam Auditorium in Secunderabad here on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, SCR Additional General Manager K L Pandey said that at various Pension Adalats conducted on SC Railway Zone, 678 cases were received from Railway pensioners for redressal, out of which 601 cases were disposed ...

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TRS asks Seemandhra MLAs to accept T-reality

TRS asks Seemandhra MLAs to accept T-reality

Hyderabad, Dec 16 : Telangana Rashtra Samithi MLA T Harish Rao on Monday advised the MLAs from Seemandhra region to accept the reality that formation of Telangana State was inevitable. Speaking to media persons at Assembly media point, Harish Rao said that the Seemandhra MLAs should allow peaceful debate on Andhra Pradesh State Reorganisation Bill, 2013, and express their views. ...

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Kiran, Naidu aiding division through absence on D day: YSRCP

Kiran, Naidu aiding division through absence on D day: YSRCP

Hyderabad, Dec 16 : Reiterating its demand that the assembly should adopt a resolution in favour of keeping the state united first, YSRCP on Monday came down heavily on Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu for absenting themselves when the T bill was introduced in the assembly. Both Kiran Kumar and Naidu are only implementing the ...

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