Written by Uma Sudhir | Thursday April 20, 2017, Hyderabad
It was the classic case of 'crying wolf'. On Sunday, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad international airports went into a tizzy, on high security alert mode following what the security agencies called a hijack threat. Anti-terror drills were launched, sniffer dogs deployed, extra checking done. Now it appears that a young man from Hyderabad, who was trying to impress his girlfriend, was at the bottom of it.
Reported by Uma Sudhir | Thursday April 20, 2017, Hyderabad
Amid a debate on "triple talaq", a woman in Hyderabad has complained to the police that she received a divorce notice in a WhatsApp video, and after her husband's family told her - "Hope you get a better groom".
A 40-year-old cab driver was today arrested after he allegedly exposed himself indecently to a woman tourist, police said. The victim, who works in Bengaluru, had come to Hyderabad along with her family on a three-day trip last week and had engaged a cab from a travel agency to visit surrounding places, police said.
Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Monday April 17, 2017, Hyderabad
Dubbing the bill to hike reservation quota for Muslims, which was passed in the Telangana assembly yesterday, as a "trash paper", the BJP today said it has no legal and constitutional sanctity and would be "quashed" at the central government level.
Written by Uma Sudhir | Thursday April 13, 2017, Hyderabad
A 33-year-old former software engineer was arrested by Cyberabad Police here last week for allegedly live streaming sexual acts with his wife, without her knowledge, on a porn site for money, police said today.
A young bride in Hyderabad committed suicide yesterday after video recording her statement on her cellphone. Anjum Faizan, 20, who was married three months ago, alleged that she was facing intense harassment from her in-laws over dowry, the police said.
The Supreme Court's advise to find a solution to the Ayodhya Ram temple through dialogue has been welcomed by the BJP. But a legislator of the party from Hyderabad said the temple will be built in Ayodhya, and issued an open threat to "behead" all those who were opposed to it.
Written by Uma Sudhir | Thursday April 06, 2017, Hyderabad
After divorces being declared on WhatsApp and speed post, a newspaper ad has been used by a Saudi Arabia-based banker to end his marriage to a 25-year-old woman in Hyderabad. Mohd Mushtaquddin has been charged by the Hyderabad police with cheating and cruelty.
The police have registered a case of cheating and harassment against a non-resident Indian who allegedly divorced his wife through a newspaper advertisement. Mohammad Mustaquddin, the accused, married the complainant, a 25-year-old woman, in January 2015 and took her to Saudi Arabia where he worked, the police said.