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Man murders 10-month-old daughter

Man murders 10-month-old daughter

Hyderabad, Sept 11 (INN): The Gopalapuram Police on Thursday arrested a man for killing his 10-month old daughter. According to police, Srinivas, 35, an attender in Railway Sanchalam Bhavan, came to house in inebriated condition and smothered his daughter Sharanya with a rope. Later, he attempted suicide by hanging to the ceiling fan. However, he failed in his attempt after ...

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Police register case against Danam Nagender

Police register case against Danam Nagender

Hyderabad, Sept 11 (INN): The Banjara Hills police have registered a case against former minister Danam Nagender on the charges of intimidating the owners of a private land. According to police, Nagender and his supporters including Somajiguda Corporator Mahesh Yadav allegedly prevented K Hymavathi and her son-in-law A Jayender Reddy from constructing a building on 800 acres of land. The ...

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Thursday’s Crime News Bulletin

Thursday’s Crime News Bulletin

Two killed, one injured in road accidents Hyderabad, Sept 11 (INN): Two persons including an 18-year-old girl were killed in separate cases of road accidents in the city. The girl, Sana Begum, suffered grievous injuries when the bike on which she was a pillion rider was hit a tipper lorry near Router No 2 of PVNR Express Way near Narsingi ...

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T-Congress to hold dharnas today

T-Congress to hold dharnas today

Hyderabad, Sept 11 (INN): The Telangana Congress will organise dharnas at the Collectorates of all districts of the State, except Medak, on Friday in protest against the failure of TRS Government in implementing the poll promises. Leader of the Opposition K Jana Reddy will lead the dharna in Nalgonda district. Similarly, TPCC Working President Capt N Uttam Kumar Reddy will ...

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36 NIT students of AP rescued from J&K floods

36 NIT students of AP rescued from J&K floods

Hyderabad, Sept 11 (INN): With the continuous efforts and constant monitoring of Andhra Pradesh Government in coordination with the National Disaster Relief Force, Chiefs of the CRPF, and Home Ministry, the first batch of 36 students stranded at Jammu & Kashmir were brought to Delhi on Thursday morning. AP’s Special Representative Kambhampati Rama Mohan Rao received the students at AP ...

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