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Telangana Congress may lose Muslim, BC support

Telangana Congress may lose Muslim, BC support

Hyderabad, June 6: The Congress party might lose its base among the Muslims and Backward Classes in Telangana State. The recent “Cash for Post” controversy involving Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Council Dharampuri Srinivas took a caste and community turn with the Muslim and BC leaders viewing it as an attempt to establish the dominance of one specific BC ...

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Friday’s Crime News

Friday’s Crime News

Failure in love drives man to suicide Hyderabad, June 6 : A 21-year-old man committed suicide by hanging himself allegedly due to failure in love. According to Gandhi Nagar police, deceased Srinath (21) an private employee S/o Veeresh Resident of IDH Colony of Gandhi Nagar took the extreme step of suicide hanging himself on Thursday night hours at his residence ...

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Illegal cellar construction may attract police cases

Illegal cellar construction may attract police cases

Hyderabad, June 6 : GHMC Commissioner Somesh Kumar on Friday directed the Town Planning officials to lodge police complaint whenever they find any ongoing cellar construction as dangerous. The Commissioner held a review meeting with the officials of the Town Planning and enquired about the status report on verification of ongoing cellar constructions. He asked the officials to fill the ...

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GHMC to launch special drive to remove debris

Hyderabad, June 6 : The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has decided to launch a special drive to remove debris from the city. The GHMC Standing Committee has accorded approval for hiring of six tonner tippers for the removal of accumulated debris in all 150 wards. Accordingly, the GHMC has selected five agencies for each Zone through tender process for hiring ...

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Cong-MIM combine wins GHMC Standing Committee elections

Cong-MIM combine wins GHMC Standing Committee elections

Hyderabad, June 6 : The Congress and Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen combine has maintained its control for the fifth consecutive term over the Standing Committee of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. While eight corporators of the Congress party got elected, all seven nominees of the MIM were elected as the members of the Standing Committee for which elections were held on Friday. ...

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