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  • Yasin Bhatkal, 4 Others Sentenced To Death In 2013 Hyderabad Blasts Case
    Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and four others have been sentenced to death for the twin blasts in Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar in 2013.
  • Unaccounted Cash Worth Rs 4.4 Lakh In New Notes Seized In Andhra Pradesh
    Unaccounted cash worth Rs 4.4 lakh in new currency notes of Rs 2,000 was seized today from Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, police said.
  • Daily Wage Worker Finds Rs 1.26 Crore In Bank Account
    A daily wage worker in Andhra Pradesh became a millionaire overnight - albeit on paper - after he found over Rs. 1.26 crore balance in his bank account.
  • Drunks Using Cards, Why Aren't You, Andhra Chief Minister Scolds Officers
    There was a distinct lack of activity when Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu asked for a show of hands on how many top government officials have begun using cards instead of cash.
  • Rs 37 lakh In New Notes Seized In Hyderabad
    The police today seized Rs 37 lakh in the new Rs 2,000 currency notes from two persons in Hyderabad.
  • Cyclone Vardah Kills Two In Andhra Pradesh
    Two persons were killed overnight in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh due to cyclone Vardah as heavy rains lashed the region, officials said.
  • Day After Cyclone Vardah, Flights Resume In Chennai: 10 Points
    Flights have resumed in Chennai and power has been restored in the city, which is picking itself up on Tuesday after Cyclone Vardah battered the Tamil Nadu coast on Monday, killing 10 people and forcing thousands to flee their homes. The cyclone has weakened after crossing land, but the Met office has forecast heavy rain in the next 12 hours and schools and colleges are closed for a second day today in Chennai and neighbouring districts.
  • What is Cyclone Vardah? All About Storm That Hit Tamil Nadu And Andhra Pradesh
    Cyclone Vardah hit the Tamil Nadu coast on Monday afternoon, making landfall near Chennai. The Met office said the cyclonic storm would take about six hours to completely cross on to land, with the landfall taking about two hours. The landfall is when the eye of the storm hits land. The eye of Cyclone Vardah is 15 km in diameter and it hit the coast at a wind speed of 130 to 150 kmph, bringing with it heavy rain.
  • Cyclone Vardah Strikes Near Chennai: 10 Dos And Don'ts
    Cyclone Vardah struck the Tamil Nadu coast this afternoon, bringing strong winds and heavy rain to Chennai, in which buildings were shattered and trees were uprooted. The government has asked people to stay indoors and power supply was suspended in many areas as a precaution and the state's ruling AIADMK tweeted a list of dos and don'ts. The Indian Meteorological Department or IMD is also issuing updates on Cyclone Vardah. Hundreds of roads have been blocked by uprooted trees and poles in some parts of Chennai. All flights and trains have been suspended.
  • Cyclone Vardah Keeps Andhra Pradesh On High Alert; Over 9,400 Evacuated
    Over 9,400 people living along the Bay of Bengal coast in SPS Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh were today evacuated to relief camps amid heavy rains due to the influence of severe cyclonic storm Vardah.
  • Cyclone Vardah Update: Rail And Air Services Affected In Chennai
    Rail and flight services in Chennai were affected by heavy rain and strong winds that lashed the city and other coastal areas of Tamil Nadu due to cyclone Vardah, officials said.
  • Cyclone Vardah Rips Glass Panels Off Chennai Hotel, Topples Tanker in Andhra Pradesh
    Two people have died as Cyclone Vardah hit the coast just north of Chennai on Monday afternoon. Strong winds and rain lashed the city, uprooting trees and shattering glass in buildings. The cyclone made landfall with a wind speed of about 130 kmph. The Met department has repeatedly asked people to stay indoors. Roads are flooded in many places. Flight operations have been suspended at the Chennai airport till 9 pm, but there are no reports of flooding on the runway.
  • Cyclone Vardah Strikes Near Chennai, 10 Dead, Thousands Evacuated: 10 Points
    The rain petered down in Chennai late on Monday evening, hours after Cyclone Vardah hit the Tamil Nadu coast, making landfall about 15 km away from the capital. The cyclone struck land with a wind speed of 120 and 130 kmph, bringing with it heavy rain that lashed the coast in Tamil Nadu and neighbour Andhra Pradesh all through Monday. Nearly 20,000 people have been evacuated from low areas and ten people have died. Schools and colleges in Chennai, Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur will remain closed on Tuesday.
  • Andhra Pradesh Police Arrest 12 With Over Rs 18 Lakh
    Sleuths of the City Task Force of Vijayawada police arrested 12 people on Sunday evening and seized Rs 18.48 lakh, including Rs 16.88 lakh in notes of Rs 2,000 denomination, from their possession.
  • Eastern Naval Command Prepared For Cyclone 'Vardah'
    The Eastern Naval Command (ENC) is all geared up to carry out relief operations, as cyclone 'Vardah' is likely to make landfall near Chennai on Monday, the Indian Navy said on Sunday.

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