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Son dead, father injured in car collusion

Hyderabad, Oct 26 (INN): In a collision involving two cars, a man was killed while his father escaped with injuries in the limits of Shamirpet police station limits during the early hours on Sunday.

According to Shamirpet police, an Alto driven by Anand Reddy (40) was going towards Keesara village, while Swift car driven by Sridhar (35) was coming towards Outer Ring Road at Shamirpet. At a turning near Anthaipally, both the vehicles had a sudden head-on collision, resulting in instant death of Anand Reddy, while his father Krishna Reddy (72) and Sridhar (35) escaped with fractures on limbs and ribs. Both father and son were going towards their farm, situated close to Keesara.

Shamirpet police registered a case and shifted the dead body to Gandhi Hospital mortuary for post-mortem. Krishna Reddy and Sridhar were taken to private hospitals for treatment.

Nine held for rave party in Yapral

Three women amongst nine were taken into custody in a raid by Cyberabad’s Special Operations Team (SOT) for indulging in rave party from an apartment in Registration Colony in Yapral under Jawaharnagar police station limits. The police later booked the organiser under Prevention of Immoral Trafficking Act (PITA).

According to police, the accused Dileep, 50, had organised the Mujra Dance with DJ, for three of his clients. The women hailing from Mumbai, Delhi and Orissa, all aged about 21 years, were part of the ‘illegal’ party. The police after raiding the spot arrested Dilip, three of his clients, one DJ and his assistant and seized Rs 41,910 and three cars, nine cell phones, one tab and DJ sound system from their instance.

Three persons commit suicide

In separate cases, three persons committed suicide due to different reasons.

In Raidurgam police limits, a 35-year-old man committed suicide by consuming some unknown poison. The deceased, Rajiv Bohra, returned to his residence in Serlingampally on Friday night in inebriated condition and later consumed poison. He was immediately rushed to the Osmania General Hospital where he died on Saturday night. He was a security guard and a native of Assam. The reasons that led him to the extreme step are yet to be ascertained, police said.

In another case, V Tirupataiah, 38, died on the spot after setting himself ablaze at his residence in Saibaba Nagar of Uppuguda on Saturday night. According to Chatrinaka police, Tirupataiah, a lorry driver, took the extreme step after having an argument with his wife Lakshmi over some trivial issue.

In a separate case, 35-year-old RP Rajeshwari of Maruti Nagar committed suicide by consuming poison. She took the extreme step on October 17 after having an argument with her husband Ramulu on some domestic issue. She was admitted to the OGH where she died today, according to Kandukur police.

Housewife succumbs to burn injuries

A 22-year-old woman succumbed to the burn injuries which she suffered while cooking food.

According to Falaknuma police, the incident happened on October 22 when Ayesha Siddiqui suffered severe burn injuries at her residence at Nawab Sahab Kunta. She was immediately rushed to the Osmania General Hospital where she died today while undergoing treatment.

However, Ayesha’s parents alleged before the police that their daughter might have committed suicide due to the harassment by her husband Abdul Saleem, an auto-driver. She had a love marriage with Saleem in 2010 and the couple had two daughters. She had never met her parents since her marriage. A case has been registered and further investigations are on, police said.

8-year-old boy succumb to injuries

An eight-year-old boy died of injuries which he suffered after falling down from the second floor of a house.

According to Banjara Hills police, the boy, Raghavendra, fell down from the second floor of his grand-parents house in MG Nagar on October 4 during kite-flying. He admitted to Niloufer Hospital where he succumbed today. The boy, along with his parents, had come to the maternal parents’ house from Zaheerabad for the Diwali festival. (INN)

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