INN Live Urdu News Channel - India Breaking News, Headlines, Hyderabad اردو خبریں » INNLIVE Sun, 22 Dec 2013 15:36:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Sunday’s Crime News Sun, 22 Dec 2013 15:35:24 +0000 Labourer found dead under mysterious circumstance

Hyderabad, Dec 22 : A 27 year-old-man was found dead under suspicious circumstances at Tolichowki on Sunday morning.

The deceased was later identified as M. Sukanna, a construction worker from Banjara Hills. He was found lying on the roadside at Tolichowki junction with an injury on his leg. Police suspect that he might have been hit by a vehicle. However, the exact cause of his death is yet to be ascertained.

The Langar Houz police began investigations and shifted the body to Osmania General Hospital mortuary for post-mortem.

Two killed in road accidents

Hyderabad, Dec 22 : Two persons were killed in different cases of road accidents in the city.

A 58-year-old man, M Basvaraj, suffered grievous injuries when the scooter he was riding was hit and run by an unidentified car near Masab Tank flyover bridge on Saturday night. He was immediately rushed to the Osmania General Hospital where he was declared brought dead. He was an employee of a private firm and resident of Vijaya Nagar Colony, according to Humayun Nagar police.

In another case, A Narsing Rao, 25, died on the spot when the motorcycle he was riding was hit by a lorry near Khairtabad Flyover Bridge n Saturday night. Narsing Rao, a resident of Muthyala Bagh of Hyderguda, was an employee of a private firm, Saifabad police said.

Housewife dies of burn injures

Hyderabad, Dec 22 : A 47-year-old woman died of burn injuries which she suffered while cooking food.

According to Banjara Hills police, the deceased, Farzana Begum, sufferred burn injuries at her residence in Khaja Nagar of Banjara Hills on December 17. She was admitted to the Osmania General Hospital for treatment where she succumbed on Sunday morning.


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Kiran meets President, discusses T-Bill Sun, 22 Dec 2013 13:04:40 +0000 Hyderabad, Dec 22 : Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Sunday called on President of India Pranab Mukharjee at Rashtrapati Nilayam at Bolloram and reportedly discussed the issue of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.

During the interaction which lasted for about an hour, the Chief Minister reportedly apprised the President about the latest situation in the State, especially after tabling of State Reorganisation Bill. Advocating united Andhra Pradesh, sources say, that the Chief Minister spoke about the problems that might crop up with regard to sharing of sources like revenues, river waters, irrigation, power and employment. The status of Hyderabad and Bhadrachalm was also discussed.

The Chief Minister reportedly complained that several issues were not mentioned in the draft Bill. He said all 158 MLAs from the Seemandhra region were against the Bill and it would be defeated in the State Legislative Assembly. He indirectly appealed to the President to suspend the process of Telangana formation. INN

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CM will quit politics after AP’s bifurcation: Lagadapati Sun, 22 Dec 2013 13:00:06 +0000 Tirupati, Dec 22 : Congress MP from Vijayawada Lagadapati Rajagopal on Sunday claimed that Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy would quit politics if Andhra Pradesh gets bifurcated.

Speaking to media persons here, Lagadapati reiterated that he would quit politics after bifurcation. Similarly, several senior leaders including the Chief Minister would quit politics if the State gets divided. He demanded that the opinion of majority people should be respected in a democracy. However, he said that the Centre was not doing the same in case of Telangana formation.

Lagadapati also claimed that 95 per cent legislators would oppose the Telangana Bill if it was put to voting in the State Legislative Assembly. He said only five members were in favour of State’s division while all others were opposing it, openly or covertly. He also praised the Samaikhyandhra campaign launched by different groups including the APNGOs. INN

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Traffic restrictions for President’s dinner at Raj Bhavan on Tuesday Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:52:03 +0000 Hyderabad, Dec 22 : City Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma has imposed certain restrictions on the movement of vehicular traffic on routes leading from Rashtrapati Nilayam to Raj Bhavan in view of programme of President of India Pranab Mukherjee on December 24 (Tuesday).

According to Police Commissioner, traffic will either be stopped or diverted at the following places / routes from 7.20 PM to 8.10 PM: Rashtrapathi Nilayam – Malla Reddy Nagar – Lothkunta Y Jn. – MCEME Signal – Lal Bazar T jn. – Holy Family Church – Trimulgherry x roads – RTA Office – Hanuman Temple – Karkhana L&O PS – Oxygen Hospital, Vikrampuri – Secunderabad Club ingate – NCC Directorate x roads – Tivoli x roads – Plaza X Roads – C.T.O.Flyover – Rasoolpura Jn – PNT flyover – Shyamlal Building – HPS – Begumpet Flyover – Greenlands Jn. – Rajiv Gandhi Statue (Monappa Island) – Yashoda Hospital – Villa Mary – MMTS – Raj Bhavan.

Similar restrictions will be imposed from Raj Bhavan to Rashtrapati Nilyam after the President’s dinner on the following routes: Rajbhavan – MMTS – Yashoda Hospital – Rajiv Gandhi Statue (Monappa Island) – C.M’s Camp office – Greenlands flyover – Begumpet flyover – HPS out gate – Shoppers Stop – PNT flyover – Rasoolpura – C.T.O. Flyover – Plaza X Roads – Tivoli x roads – NCC Directorate X Roads – Secunderabad Club ingate – Oxygen Hospital, Vikrampuri – Karkhana L&O PS – Hanuman Temple – RTA Office – Trimulgherry x roads (Ratnaiaha Petrol Pump) – Holy Family Church – Lal Bazar T Jn. – MCEME Signal – Lothkunta Y Jn. – Malla Reddy Nagar – Rashtrapathi Nilayam

The Traffic coming from AOC Centre and intending to proceed Airtel will be diverted at Laxmi Nagar towards J.B.S. Picket. Likewise, the traffic coming from Balaji Nagar, Ammuguda and Nagadevata Temple intending to proceed Lal Bazar will be diverted at Ambedkar Statue towards R.K.Puram.

The Commissioner has requested citizens to take alternate routes to their destinations and to avoid the above routes during the specified timings and co-operate with the Traffic Police during the period of traffic diversion. INN

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CM is behind Red Sandalwood mafia, alleges Shankar Rao Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:31:23 +0000 Hyderabad, Dec 22 : Former minister Dr P Shankar Rao on Sunday alleged that the Red Sandalwood mafia, active in Chittoor and adjacent districts, was enjoying the patronage of Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy.

Speaking to media persons at the Assembly media point here, Shankar Rao alleged that the Red Sandalwood mafia was able to operate freely in those areas only due to the backing of the Chief Minister. He said that an independent high-level inquiry into the attack on forest officials by the mafia would expose the involvement of the Chief Minister.

Shankar Rao also accused the Chief Minister of ignoring the Telangana region by taking away all major projects to his native Chittoor district. He said that Kiran Kumar Reddy was doing injustice to the region even as the formation of Telangana is in the last stages. INN

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Ashok Babu faces tough fight in union elections Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:29:32 +0000 Hyderabad, Dec 22 : The stage is set for the elections of Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers (APNGOs) Association as the last date for filing of nominations came to an end on Sunday.

Two 17-members panels are competing against each other to take control over the powerful union of government employees. While one panel is headed by present Working President Ashok Babu, the new panel is led by Basheeruddin of Prakasam district. The new panel has accused Ashok Babu of misappropriation of funds and failure to lead the agitation for Samaikhyandhra. Besides employees, Basheeruddin’s panel is reportedly enjoying the support of some strong political groups.

The elections for the APNGOs Association will be held on January 5. INN

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Kavuri defends stand against No Trust Motion notice Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:21:00 +0000 Eluru, Dec 22 : Union Minister for Textiles Kavuri Sambasiva Rao defended his stand against the No Confidence Motion notice served by six Seemandhra MPs against the Congress-led UPA Government.

Speaking to media persons after launching several developmental programs in Pedavegi mandal of West Godavari district here, Kavuri said that the notice served no purpose. Stating that he was ready to quit his post from the Union Cabinet if people demands it to keep the Andhra Pradesh united, he said that he did not support the notice served by Seemandhra MPs as he knew it would not come for discussion.

Kavuri reiterated that he was in favour of united Andhra Pradesh and his stand has not changed even after joining the Union Cabinet. Accusing former MLA Muddalas Rajesh of spreading false propaganda against him, he said that he would support all the movements for Samaikhyandhra. INN

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TRS leaders call on President over T-Bill Sun, 22 Dec 2013 12:17:58 +0000 Hyderabad, Dec 22 : Telangana Rashtra Samithi leaders on Sunday sought the intervention of President of India Pranab Mukherjee to ensure that there was no delay in the formation of Telangana State.

Nagarkurnool MP Manda Jagannadham and former minister G Vinod called on the President of India here and requested him to take measures to avoid delays in the Andhra Pradesh State Reorganisation Bill, 2013. The President reportedly told them the process of Telangana formation has been going on as per the Constitutional norms. Further, the President said he could not speak about the subject as he had already sent the Bill to the State Legislative Assembly for its views within a set time frame. INN

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