As many as 51 pellets of cocaine worth Rs 42 lakh were recovered from the stomach of a 32-year-old South African woman who had arrived at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad on Sunday from Dubai.
Written by Uma Sudhir | Tuesday September 01, 2015, Hyderabad
A first year student of CMR Engineering college in Hyderabad was found dead this morning on the railway tracks in Kazipet, Warangal district. A note has reportedly been left by Sainath Vadlakonda, blaming ragging by seniors.
Written by Uma Sudhir | Monday August 31, 2015, Hyderabad
Nearly 50 police teams in Andhra Pradesh- that's about 400 cops -are searching for a man who has been dubbed "injection psycho" in the local media, an exaggeration that's creating panic, according to officials.
Missile Complex Hyderabad which comprises Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL), the Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL) and the Research Centre Imarat (RCI) will soon be renamed as 'Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex', official sources said here today.
With the arrest of 14 persons, the Cyberabad police claimed to have busted a gang in Hyderabad on tuesday which allegedly created fake PAN and voters' identification cards to get credit cards by defrauding banks.
A Pakistani national, who allegedly has links with banned terror outfits HuJI and Indian Mujahideen (IM) was arrested from Chanchalguda area in Hyderabad, police said on Friday. The man had reportedly also indulged in trafficking people of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Written by Uma Sudhir | Thursday August 06, 2015, Hyderabad
The morning rush hour was unusually cheerful for commuters who took the bus to work in Cyberabad, the IT hub of Hyderabad. "Thank you for taking the bus," commended a wave of placards attached to techies, committed to changing the world offline as well.
Telangana Minster for IT and Panchayat Raj K T Rama Rao today said that the state government would partner with industry bodies NASSCOM and DSCI to make its capital -- Hyderabad -- a "cyber-safe destination".
Written by Uma Sudhir | Thursday July 30, 2015, Hyderabad, Telangana
Despite a major crackdown by authorities on child labour, the supply of children from most vulnerable states continues in Hyderabad, 94 youngsters were rescued from a train by the Railways Police today.