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Wednesday’s Crime News

Wednesday’s Crime News

Minor boy accidentally drowned in water sump Hyderabad, April 9 : The Mailardevpally Police Saturday retrieved body of a minor boy who drowned accidentally in water sump on Tuesday evening hours. According to police, The deceased – Deepak Goswamy (4) S/o Ravi Shankar Goswamy R/o TNGOs Colony of Katedan, When deceased was playing near his residence on Tuesday evening hours ...

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Haj Qurrah on 17th Arpil

Haj Qurrah on 17th Arpil

Hyderabad, April 9 : AP State Haj Committee Special Officer Prof SA Shukoor on Wednesday announced that the Computerised Qurrah (Draw of Lots) for selection of Haj pilgrims for Haj 2014 from the State will be held at 11 AM on 17th April at the Haj House, Nampally. In a press release, Prof Shukoor informed that the Haj Committee of ...

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MIM candidates in fray from 4 LS, 21 Assembly seats in Telangana

MIM candidates in fray from 4 LS, 21 Assembly seats in Telangana

Hyderabad, April 9 : The MIM has fielded its candidates from as many as four Lok Sabha and 21 Assembly constituencies in Telangana region. It was in 1989 when MIM contested from 35 Assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh. In 1994, it confined itself to 20 Assembly seats. Since then, its candidates never touched a double-digit. Therefore, after a gap of ...

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Ale Narendra passes away

Ale Narendra passes away

Hyderabad, April 9 : Former union minister and BJP senior leader Ale Narendra died in a private hospital here on Wednesday. He was 68. Narendra was admitted at the Care Hospital, Nampally, early on Wednesday and he breathed his last at around 4 PM. He is survived by two sons and a daughter. Narendra had quit the BJP to launch ...

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BJP will win over 300 seats: Dattatreyya

BJP will win over 300 seats: Dattatreyya

Hyderabad, April 9 : BJP National Vice-President Bandaru Dattatreyya on Wednesday hoped that the BJP would more than 300 seats in the ensuing general elections. Speaking to media persons after filing nomination from Secunderabad Lok Sabha constituency, Dattatreyya said that the country has already decided to vote in favour of change and to make Narendra Modi, the next Prime Minister ...

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