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KHAMMAM: Five tribal persons, including a six-year-old boy, died and two others were taken ill after
consuming toddy, allegedly laced with some poisonous substance used to kill the birds, at a Gutti
Koya settlement under Vissapuram gram panchayat in Bhadrachalam mandal in the wee hours of
Friday.

According to sources, Madivi Gangaiah, 45, of the Salebodipela, a temporary settlement, hosted a
party in connection with the visit of his relatives from Chhattisgarh on Thursday night. He reportedly
served toddy after mixing it in a dried bottle gourd vessel that was earlier used to store some toxic
substance meant for killing cranes. Gangaiah too consumed the toddy.

According to sources, K. Mohan and K. Kalyan hosted a party in connection with a visit of his
relative from Kakinada on Thursday night. Hari too consumed the toddy.

All the seven who consumed toddy, including 2 children, developed nausea and severe stomach
ache before fainting.

Six persons, including a 9-year-old boy, died and two others were taken ill after consuming toddy.

All the seven persons, including a 9-year-old boy, developed nausea and severe stomach ache

All the seven persons who consumed toddy , including two children, developed nausea and severe
stomach ache before fainting.

They were carried on cots up to Erragattu village, 3 km from Salebodipela, and then shifted to the
government hospital at Bhadrachalam in an ambulance.

Four persons died while undergoing treatment at the hospital within a span of a few hours from 3
a.m. to 5 a.m. in the wee hours of Friday. The boy died later in the afternoon. The deceased were
identified as Madivi Gangaiah, 45, Madivi Poshalu, 6, and Madivi Joga, 40, of Salebodipela tribal
settlement, and Madakam Jogaiah, 45, and Madakam Ungaiah, 35, from Dornapal of Chhattisgarh.
Madakam Lakshmi, 11, the daughter of Gangaiah, and Mangaiah, 50, are undergoing treatment

Four persons died while undergoing treatment at the hospital within a span of a few hours from

KHAMMAM: Three members of a marriage party, including the bridegroom, a police constable, were
killed and the bride was seriously injured in a ghastly road accident involving a car and a lorry near
Reddygudem village in Thallada mandal on Thursday.

According to the police, a lorry collided with the car. Two members of the marriage party -- Baby,
40, and Yesu Rao, 45, were killed on the spot.
M Nagaraju, a constable of the Kondapur-based APSP VIII Battalion, was returning to his native
place Mandamarri in Adilabad district in the car, after his marriage with Durga Purnima of
Amalapuram in East Godavari district. He succumbed to the injuries at a hospital. Durga Purnima
was rushed to a private hospital in Khammam where her condition is stated to be critical. Tragedy
struck the marriage party just a couple of hours after the wedding at Amalapuram.

In a separate incident, Malothu Harya, 55, and his grandson Premnath, 15, of Palvancha, were killed
when the autorickshaw in which they were travelling collided with another autorickshaw near
Lothuvagu locality in Kothagudem on Thursday.

In another accident, M. Venkateshwarlu, 25, a farmer, was knocked down by a tractor at


Jammigudem in Ashwaraopet mandal.

ADILABAD: Students of government junior colleges in Adilabad did the district proud by being
ranked first in terms of pass percentage among government colleges category in the Intermediate
second year examination.

The pass percentage stood at over 83. Overall, the district was placed 6th with a pass percentage of
66. Last year, 67 per cent of the students had passed the examination. The pass per cent of girls
was 70 while that of boys was 62.

Sangareddy: Students of Medak district secured 12th position in the State with 57 per cent
qualifying in the Intermediate second year examinations.

According to the officials of the Board of Intermediate Education, 12,416 students passed out of the
total of 21,686 students who appeared for the examination. In the vocational wing, 68 per cent of
the students (1,087 out of 1,593) passed.

The officials claimed that government colleges had secured 67.47 per cent pass with 3,534 students
coming out successfully out of the total 5,238 students who wrote examination.

The government college had secured 67.5 percent with 3000 students coming out successfully out
of 5000 who wrote examination.

Government colleges had secured 67.9 percent with 3000 student coming out successfully out of
5000 students who wrote examination.
J .Sushila (23) alias Puspa, most wanted woman Maoist who is also wife of the recently arrested
Maoist leader Chhada Bhushanam alias Ghasi surrendered before the police in Koraput on
Wednesday.

Puspa's father J.Bhusan had also come from Andhra Pradesh to meet his daughter after the
surrender. Puspa hails from a family of menial labourers at Vankawadi village under Elvinpeta police
station in Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh. She said she had joined the Maoists in 2005 and
had married Ghasi in 2010. She was involved in several major cases of Maoist violence in undivided
Koraput district and adjoining Andhra Pradesh.

Puspa’s father K. Tatabbai had also came to meet her daughter after surrender. She hails from
Kakinada. She said she joined Moaist in 2005 and had married Ravi in 2010. she was involved in
several major

She was involved in attack on Panchpatmali hill top mines of NALCO in Koraput district on April 12,
2009. She was also part of the Maoist group that attacked R.Udaygiri town and jail in Gajapati
district on March 24, 2006 and an encounter with security forces in Kalimela area of Malkangiri
district in 2008. She was also involved in several cases of violence in Andhra Pradesh. According to
the DIG she was leader of Jan Natya Mandali, an area committee member and had the capacity to
carry a .303 rifle in the Maoist outfit.

Arrest of her husband Ghasi on April 6 by Koraput police was a major turning point in the life of
Puspa. Her physical ailment and the attitude of the Maoist organisation towards her following her
husband's arrest persuaded her to surrender, she told newsmen. According to the SP she was
provided medical assistance and all measures would be taken for her rehabilitation.

HYDERABAD: Uninor, a GSM service provider has announced that the intermediate results in Andhra
Pradesh will be available on IVR, SMS for Uninor customers.

Code

To avail this facility the customer has to send the relevant code for his/ her course followed by the
ten digit roll no of the respective candidate to 58888.

Code for each specific course:1. AP Board-IPEV2 (2nd Yr. Vocational) 2. AP BOARD-IPEG2 (2nd Yr.
General) 3. AP BOARD IPEV1 (1 Yr. Vocational) 4. AP BOARD-IPEG1 (1 Yr. Vocational).

Charges

Customers will be charged Rs 3 per SMS.

Candidates who want to receive their results through voice call can dial 58888, according to a press
release.
The crane took away some of fish one by one. He flew down the hill. He ate some of fishes and put
others on the flat stone to dry.

There was also a crabe in the lake. It also wanted to leave the lake before fisherman would catches
him. It said the crane, Oh! Kind sir, please save me too. But I am too big to go to in your mouth. So
I hang on you neck and follow you.

Please urgently update us with the latest schedule of the vessel and advise Master to update us with
exact ETA to Kakinada.

We have not yet started sending ETA notices to Receivers view not having exact ETA to Kakinada.

And also, please arrange to send us the pre-arrival documents to file Manifest with customs.

We understand from receivers M/s. CIL., Kakinada that full cargo will be discharged at Kakinda so
please confirm the same is true.

Hence

MIRJAPURAM (Krishna Dt.): It was a double tragedy for 20-year old Ramya on Tuesday. Even as
she lost her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter Deepika.

Ms. Ramya could not rush to hospital along with her daughter as she was eighth months pregnant,
and her relatives did not allow her stepping out of house. As if her prayers were not answered, the
villagers brought the news that her daughter was no more.

“It's very unfortunate that I cannot go to the hospital to see my daughter's body,” she said weeping
inconsolably.

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Consulate services? The Consulate officials will reply to your questions in these columns. Email your
queries to consul@gmail.com

Recently, the cantonment board decided to demolish the building and approached the Bowenpally
police seeking protection to execute the decision.
HYDERABAD: Institute of Hotel Management, Hyderabad is offering a summer special free
hospitality programme for unemployed youth. The Iinstitute is offering a course on Food Production
and Food & Beverage Service.

Those who have completed their education till eighth standard and are between the age group of
18-28 are eligible. A stipend of Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 1,500 will be paid respectively on putting in 90
per cent attendance. Classes will be conducted between 4.00PM and 7.00 PM. Interested eligible
candidates can call 040- 27427569 (Office No), 040- 2742 7898 (Fax), between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00
p.m. (Monday to Friday only)

TENALI: Deepthi Publications, a printing press where Intermediate textbooks are allegedly being
illegally printed, was seized here on Tuesday.

Nearly 6,500 textbooks of mathematic, physics and chemistry were recovered by Circle Inspector
and SI, who led the raid.

Intermediate text books are supposed to be printed only by Telugu Acadimy, Hyderabad, as per the
GO issued last year.

The police booked a case under the Copyright Act following a complaint lodged by two officials of
the Telugu Academy, who were present during the raid.

Deepthi Publications, a printing press where intermediate text books were illegally being printed,
was seized here on Tuesday.

Nearly 6,500 text books of mathematic, physic and chemistry were recovered by Circle Inspector
and SI, who led the raid.

The Intermediate books are supposed to be printed by only Telugu Academy, Hyderabad, as per the
GO issued last year.

The Kakinada III town police booked a case under ______ act following a complaint lodged by two
officials of Telugu Academy, who were present during the raid

The city police arrested four persons on Thursday who were allegedly involved in the
murder of 17-year-old R. Aswini Mridula. She was killed in her apartment on March 29.

Announcing this at a press conference at the apartment complex where she was killed, the
commissioner of police, Mr J. Purnachandra Rao, said Chintala Sivaramakrishna, his
associates Mangalagiri Kalyan, Mangalagiri Pratap Kumar and Chenna Srinivasa Rao were
taken into custody on charges of killing the Mridula. All the four arrested persons would be
produced in the court soon, the commissioner said.

April 25: Recruitment of anganwadi staff is affected due to non-cooperation from some
public representatives in East Godavari. The government had sanctioned 441 main
anganwadi centres and 209 mini anganwadi centres to be set up in the district nearly four
months ago in addition to the existing 4,413 AWCs in the district. For these, the women
and child welfare authorities intend to recruit 441 anganwadi workers and 441 anganwadi
helpers.
HYDERABAD: The Cyberabad police on Monday arrested five Nigerians and an Indian woman, who
relieved a student from Hyderabad of Rs. 18.73 lakh two months ago after luring him with 7.5 lakh
British pounds of a promotional event prize.

The woman was a companion of one of the arrested Nigerians, Edoja Kennedy. They and the four
other accused were living in a flat in Mumbai, the Cyber Crime police of Cyberabad said. An amount
of Rs. 57,000, seven laptops, 16 mobile phones, nine SIM cards and six data cards were seized
from them.

The gang sent a text message to an engineering student, G. Amit Kumar, 21, of Yapral on his
mobile phone stating that he had won Coco-Cola world promotional event comprising 7.5 lakh
British pounds.

Later, they sent an email asking him to deposit Rs. 15,000 towards customs fee to claim
the prize. Thus, the gang made him deposit a total of Rs. 18.73 lakh on the pretexts of paying fee
to Income Tax Department and the Reserve Bank of India.

The student grew suspicious as the gang insisted on payment of Rs. 5 lakh more to secure the prize
money and approached the police.

The investigators traced the e-mail identity to a flat at Morel, Maroshi road, Mumbai, based on
Internet Protocol address.

They nabbed Kennedy, 34, his friend, Pooja Karmokar, 20, and their associates, Oazee Ewemade
Collins, 32, Inneah Ambrose Amadin, 32, Charles Omage, 32, and Emmanuel Uyi, 31, after raiding
the flat.

Police believe the accused had duped several persons in this fashion. They were brought from
Mumbai to city and remanded in judicial custody. Intend

Ms. Pooja hailing from a lower middle-class family worked in call centre but quit the job eventually.

“She was used by the Nigerians to speak with the victim posing as representative from Customs
Department,” the police said.

A railway employee was arrested by the city police on Monday on charge of sending obscene
messages to his colleague's wife.

A railway employee was arrested by Kakinada II town police on Monday evening on charge of
sending obscene messages to his colleague’s wife.

M. Nooka Srinivas and S. Madhusudhana Rao were both employed in the Railways here. While
Srinivas was staying at Anakapalle, Madhusudhana Rao is a resident of Gajuwaka. Madhusudhana
Rao lodged a complaint with the Gajuwaka Police in October last year that he was getting obscene
SMS on his mobile making false allegations against his wife.

Subsequently, both Mohan and Raju were transferred to Bacheli in Madya Pradesh

They sent an email asking him to deposit Rs. 15,000 towards customs fee to claim the
prize.
The gang made him deposit a total of Rs. 18.73 lakh

She made him resign the office

A Railway employee were arrested by Kakinada III two police on Sunday on charge of sending
obscene message to his colleague’s wife.

K. Mohan and Hari were both employed in Railway. While Mohan was staying at Kakinada, Hari is a
resident of Tuni. Mohan lodged a complaint with Kakinada III town Police in October last year that
he was getting obscene messages on his mobile making false allegations on his wife.

Later, the Kakinada III town police transferred the case to Tuni police

Subsequently, both Mohan and Raju were transferred to Bacheli in Madya Pradesh

They sent an email asking him to deposit Rs. 15,000 towards customs fee to claim the
prize.

The gang made him deposit a total of Rs. 18.73 lakh

She made him resign the office

I Posted a question earlier about my pregnancy. I have been working in a factory for three months. I
never missed work, was never late, or disciplined in any way. Tuesday I ate grapes which made me
sick, so they excuse me for the day but before they did, they also offered me a higher position.
Wednesday I started spotting a little, but i was in no pain a that moment, but i was crying and scared.
Human resources made me go home, even though i begged to stay. I started cramping late wednesday,
I had Thursday off and was still cramping but went to the dr and got released to work. Friday I was in
so much pain i asked to go to the hospital. Before I left the Human resources manager asked me to
resign because of my previous days of minor complications with the pregnancy. I did show her a note
from a doctor releasing me with no restrictions. Is this legal?.
I wrote a letter requesting them to accept my apologies

I sent a man to your office to ask you books

They sent an email asking him to pay balance amount

Subsequently, both Srinivas and Madhusudhana Rao were transferred to Bacheli in Madhya
Pradesh. Their rivalry continued there also. Meanwhile, the Gajuwaka Police transferred the case to
the Cyber Crimes wing.

Consequently

Cyber Crimes Inspector C.M. Naidu said that during the course of investigating, the obscene
messages were found to be coming from a mobile located in MP. A police team was sent to Bacheli
to nab the accused. But Srinivas came to the city and was arrested here.

Chittoor: Three persons were killed and other two seriously injured due to explosion of crackers
while preparing them at Vijayanagar Colony near Santhapet, on Sunday.

Khader Bhasha was preparing crackers with the assistance of five persons when the explosion took
place.

Simhachalam, 56, Appa Rao, 49, of Peddapuram, Srikakulam district, and Murali, 50, of
Chinnavenkatampalle, Irala mandal, were killed on the spot.

The other seriously injured persons – Bhaskar, and Nasim, wife of Khader Bhasha - were shifted to
CMC Hospital, Vellore.

Slight

Superintendent of Police Ramakrishna along with Deputy Superintendent of Police Rajak, CI


Sudhakar Reddy and SI Sudharshan Prasad visited the place and conducted inquiry. Police
registered a case and are investigating.

KAKINADA: A 22-year-old man died in a road accident at Kadakuduru village of Pedapudi mandal on
Sunday.
The victim was identified as Godugu Vijay Kumar alias Kanna, a resident of the village. The accident
occurred when the tractor being driven by Kanna overturned. Overturn

The vehicle driver died on the spot. The Pedapudi police registered a case.

A 22-year-old man died in a road accident at Jaginnickpur in Kakinada on Monday morning.

The victim was identified as Mohan alias Manu, a resident of the Kakinada. The accident occurred
when the tractor being driven by Manu overturned.

The vehicle driver died on the spot. The police registered a case and are investigating.

In a hit-and-run case, a 45-year-old man deid at J. Tummapuram village near Peddapuram in the
early hours of the day. The victim's identity is yet to be ascertained.

The body was shifted to the mortuary and a case was registered. Woman ends life

In another incident, a 40-year-old woman died while undergoing treatment in the Government
General Hospital.
The woman was identified as Madiki Vasantha of Sattirajupalem near Gollapalem.
According to the police, Vasantha consumed pesticide on Saturday night and was taken to the GGH.
A case was registered and the police are investigating the case.

ADILABAD: Tragedy struck two families of Veeravelli village in Koutala mandal of Adilabad district
on Sunday when six of their members drowned in the Wainganga river on Sunday morning as the
country boats in which they were making a crossing capsized. Five others swam to safety.

Some 10 members of both the families were on their way to Vittalapur village across the river in
Maharashtra to select the bride for one of them. They were crossing the river in two small and
narrow country fishing boats that were joined in the middle to increase the capacity.

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Apparently the country boats could not hold the weight of the 11 on board including the oarsman
Banini Malku (50). Asifabad RDO A. Ilaiah who rushed to the spotsupervised the operations.
Fishermen retrieve all the six bodies in a five hour operation.

Mr. Ilaiah said the families will be given ex gratia as per the existing norms. Besides the oarsman,
others who drowned were Chandre Nirmalabai (36), Srikanth (14), Parashuram (34), Bheem Rao
(24), and Bhagwan (22).
In the edition dated Friday, April 22, it was erroneously reported that the entrance test for
admissions to Ramaiah IIT coaching centre is to be conducted on Saturday. The test was held on
Friday.

HYDERABAD: An Intermediate first year student ended his life by hanging in his house at Chintal of
Dundigal police station area on Friday reportedly dejected over failure in first year exams, the police
said.

G. Jagan, 18, was upset since he learnt about the exams result the previous day. He hanged himself
to the ceiling fan in the bedroom while his parents, Narsinga Rao and Vijayalaxmi, were outside the
house in the morning.

“Jagan was hanging to the fan when they came inside. They rushed him to hospital where doctors
declared him brought dead,” the police said.

MAHABUBABAD (WARANGAL DT.): Commemorating the Earth Day, Disha, a non-government


organisation conducted a meeting and a rally involving students and general public here on Friday.

Students from different schools converged at the Pragathi High School to celebrate the Earth Day.
Disha founder secretary and environmental activist Voore Gurunadha Rao, addressing the students,
listed the threats that human activities posed to the environment, and stressed the need to save the
earth.

Later, the students took out a cycle rallythat concluded at Nehru statue.

In Hanamkonda town, teachers and students of Global Spectra School celebrated the occasion.

NELLORE: A landlord G. Gopal (55) was shot dead by a villager I. Venugopal in Damavaram village
of Dagadarthi mandal in the district on Friday.

Elders approached

According to sources, Gopal and the accused had a land dispute in constructing a temple in the
village and both the parties approached the village elders over the issue.

The problem was not settled even after a few sittings and on Friday morning Gopal and Venugopal
quarrelled over this.

In a fit of rage, Venugopal fired with his licensed weapon killing Gopal on the spot. The villagers
beat the accused and handed him over to the police

He was later admitted in a hospital by the police. Investigation is on.


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School students celebrating after writing their last exam in Sangareddy on Thursday.

First, one student got into the well and slipped and while trying to protect him, the other two too
fell. On seeing them, the fourth one ran to the village and alerted the residents, but by the time
they arrived, the students who just finished 7th standard, were drowned.

Alleging that their health is being spoiled with erection of three cell towers in their colony, residents
of Military Colony in Medak approached the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) at Hyderabad.

As their case came to hearing on Thursday, they had reportedly presented their arguments before
the chairman of the SHRC.

The residents of this colony have been fighting on the issue for the past six months stating that
their health being deteriorate day by day and they were facing health problems like headache and
body pains due to high radiation being released from the cell towers.

The residents of the Gampalapeta have been fighting on the issue for past 6 months stating that
their health was being deteriorate day by day and they were facing many problems like headache
and body pains due to high radiation being released from the cell tower.

HYDERABAD: Students of the NTR Model School and College have come up with good performance
in the Intermediate first year's examination with 98.6 per cent of them passing in first division.

Of the 71 students who incidentally form the first batch of the junior college, 69 have passed in first
division
HYDERABAD: Two motorcycle-borne youngsters snatched a handbag containing gold jewellery
weighing nearly 200 gm from a woman at Gudimalkapur in Asifnagar on Thursday.

The victim, A. Aruna, 52, personnel officer of A.P. Transco, was returning home on foot after
purchasing vegetables at the local Food World outlet when the snatchers strike around 6 p.m., the
Asifnagar Inspector, Syed Jahangir, said.

The complainant initially told the police that the bag contained gold ornaments weighing 1.5 kg.

KADAPA: Praja Rajyam president K. Chiranjeevi, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president S.


Asaduddin Owaisi, and Hindi film singer Udit Narayan visited Ameen Peer Dargah known as Pedda
Dargah and offered prayers on Wednesday night.

They placed a floral ‘chaddhar' on the tomb of Ameenullah Malik. They took the blessings of Pedda
Dargah's Sajjad-e-Nasheen Syed Arifullah Hussaini and participated in the Urs of the Dargah. They
later watched impressive feats performed by Fakirs in the Urs festivities. The Sajjad-e-Nasheen
garlanded and presented orange-coloured headgears to them and welcomed them into the Dargah
earlier.

Ministers Mohd. Ahmedullah and D.L. Ravindra Reddy, Praja Rajyam MLC C. Ramachandraiah,
former MLA Kandula Sivananda Reddy, Praja Rajyam district president B. Hariprasad, Dargah
Committee secretary Syed Ameer and others participated.

The youngsters snatched a bag containing gold ornaments weighting nearly 200 gms from a
woman.

The victim, K. Mohan is a personnel officer of AP Transco, was returning home on foot after
purchased vegetables at the market when the snatcher struck at around 6 p.m.

The complainant initially told the police that the bag contained gold weighing 1.5 kg.

SANGAREDDY: Responding to the oral complaint lodged by Medak legislator Mynampally


Hanumantha Rao, the Collector has suspended Deputy Executive Engineer and Mandal Education
Officer. He has also ordered registration of criminal cases against the contractor involved in the
case. The orders were issued on late Tuesday night.

The collector suspended the Educational officer and his assistant. He also ordered registration of
criminal cases against the contractor involced in this case.

Mr. Hanumantha Rao recently visited the works taken up under Sarva Siksha Abhiyan in his
constituency and found that Rs. 2.5 lakh was drawn without constructing the toilets.

The contractor reportedly belongs to the TDP. Mr. Hanumantha Rao lodged a complaint with the
Collector requesting him to take action against the responsible.

Following inquiry, Collector S. Suresh Kumar ordered suspension of Rajiv Vidya Mission DEE, Medak,
Kiran Kumar, and MEO Karunakar.

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HYDERABAD: Telugu Desam Party president N. Chandrababu Naidu celebrated his 62 {+n} {+d}
birthday on Wednesday by spending time with blind children at Devnar School and attending a host
of functions.

A steady stream of visitors greeted him from morning at his Jubilee Hills residence, which included
party leaders and film personalities.

Vedic pandits chanted hymns and Christian priests blessed Mr. Naidu. The TDP president later cut a
cake.

Indian National Lok Dal leader Omprakash Chautala, AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa, film-
maker Dasari Narayana Rao, former State BJP president B. Dattatreya and State CPI secretary K.
Narayana greeted Mr. Naidu over telephone.

Prominent among those who called on him were actor and his brother-in-law, N. Balakrishna, Jr.
NTR and several party leaders, including Nagam Janardhan Reddy.

In a chat with mediapersons, Mr. Balakrishna dismissed as a “creation of media” differences in the
family.

There were no such differences, he said, adding the party would return to power under the
leadership of Mr. Naidu. Conspicuous by his absence was N. Harikrishna.

Telugu Desam president Naidu went round an exhibition of his portraits in different moods drawn by
artist Balu, inaugurated a blood donation camp and distributed clothes to the poor at the party
office.

Addressing party workers, he said he would dedicate his life to the welfare of farmers and work for
a society where there was no poverty

HYDERABAD: Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy on Wednesday sanctioned Rs. 50,000 to MBA
student Sireesha who lost three fingers in an incident in Vijayawada.

According to a CMO release, a request seeking financial aid was made by MLC Paladugu Venkatrao,
saying because she was grievously injured in the incident and shifted to the NIMS, her education
was affected
HYDERABAD: A woman, Saraswati, 26, and her 45-day-old daughter, Ishwarya, were killed after an
RTC bus hit them at the Bowenpally junction on Wednesday.

The woman was walking on the road carrying the baby, while her husband, Ramesh, and elder
daughter, Gayatri, 3, were a few yards ahead when the accident occurred around 8 p.m. They were
going from Chinnatokatta to Balanagar and the bus coming from Jeedimetla too was headed in the
same direction when it knocked down the woman, Bowenpally Inspector C. Venugopal Reddy said.

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HYDERABAD: Members of the women's wing of Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) on Wednesday took
out a procession from Indira Park to Sundaraiah Vignana Kendram here on Wednesday as part of
the decadal celebrations of the party.

Addressing the participants, Telangana Rashtra Samiti leader Naini Narasimha Reddy criticised the
oft quoted the statement of Congress leaders that they were the ones to bring and deliver separate
Telangana

KURNOOL: An APSRTC driver was burnt alive at Atmakur in Kurnool district on Wednesday.

According to reports, the driver identified as G. Narayana was taking rest after duty in his house
when it caught fire. His wife was away to school with children when the incident occurred. He died
on the spot. The police were investigating.

An APSRTC bus driver was burtn alive at Kakinada in East godavari district on Monday.

According to reports, the driver identified as K. Mohan was taking rest after duty in his house when
it caught fire. His wife was away to school with children when incident occurred. The died on the
sport. The police are investigating the case.
HYDERABAD: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday registered cases against
Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB) Chief Executive Officer C. Ravindra, five engineering
officials, two builders and other unknown persons.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday registered cases against K.Venkateswarlu,
Kakinada Branch Manager of Seatrans Marine Pvt Ltd,

The cases were booked under Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) read with section 409 (criminal
breach of trust by a public servant) and 420 (cheating) of IPC and 13 (2) read with 13(1) (c) and
(d) of PC Act, 1988.

A five-member CBI team arrived at the SCB office at around 12.30 p.m and continued their
searches for an hour.

Mr. Benarji arrived at our office at around 1600 hrs and continued his searches for an hour.

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Detection of Pilferage Energy (DPE) squad of the Eastern Power Distribution
Company of AP Limited (APEPDCL) has detected 45 cases of theft of power recently and imposed a
penalty of Rs 7,32,588 on the erring consumers. Superintending Engineer (DPE Wing) P.V.V.
Satyanarayana said here on Tuesday that the 45 cases were detected in five operation circle limits.
These include six cases in Srikakulam operation circle limits, four in Vizianagaram, four in
Visakhapatnam, 19 in Rajahmundry and 12 in Eluru. Mr. Satyanarayana said cases of meter bypass
and direct tampering were detected.

VIJAYAWADA: A few leaders of the Krishna Delta Pariraksha Samithi lead by former Minister
Devineni Rajasekhar Reddy met Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy to discuss the progress of the
Pulichintala Project at Hyderabad on Tuesday.

The delegation submitting a report of progress in the project said that a special effort should be
made to ensure that the “non overflow dam” was completed for the impounding of 3.5 tmcft of
water by this rainy season.

The appointment of a separate superintending engineer and putting the project in the priority list of
Jalayagnam were other aspects to which the delegation drew the attention of the Chief Minister. The
Chief Minister responded positively to all the requests made by the delegation.
NELLORE: The police claimed to have solved the rape and murder case of a degree student, T.
Padmavathi, whose body was found on SVGS college campus on Nellore outskirts on April 5. They
arrested a construction worker, Sk. Subhani of Kovur mandal in the district, in this connection.

With the help of the cell phone of the victim, which was being used by the accused, and the video
footage of the CC camera in the cell phone shop, the police arrested Subhani, said East CI CH.
Venkateswarlu. Padmavathi, a native of Sulluripeta in the district, was in first year degree in D.K.W.
College in the city.

Disclosing this to the newsmen here on Tuesday, the inspector said that Padmavathi came to a
mobile phone shop where she met Subhani. The accused befriended the girl on the pretext of
providing a job and invited her to his home. When the auto reached Saibaba temple in Balaji Nagar,
Subhani asked her to get down from the vehicle and took her to the college campus. When the
accused started misbehaving with her, Padmavathi resisted and tried to escape. But, Subhani
thrashed the girl, overpowered her and committed the crime.

Later, the accused disfigured her face by beating with stones and tried to bury the body. The
accused took Rs.2,500 cash, ear tops and cell phone from her bag and fled from the scene, said the
CI. The police tracked the movements of the accused since a few days and took him into custody at
Bodigari Thota on Monday night. During interrogation, Subhani confessed to have committed the
crime. Cases were booked against the accused under Sections. 376, 302, 379 and 211 of IPC, said
Mr.Venkateswara Rao.

According to the suicide note left by the deceased M. Ramulu (23), he had married a girl Priyanka
against the wish of her parents. Since then, he faced harassment from the parents of the girl as well
as from the police. Unable to face the harassment, he attempted suicide in the past also. Priyanka's
father Prabhakar took away his daughter to their house. Ramulu's efforts to meet his wife were
foiled by her parents and his appeal to the police for justice did not yield any result. Vexed, Ramulu
committed suicide by consuming poison. In the suicide note, Ramulu blamed DSP S.
Satyanarayana, his father-in-law Prabhakar, and his brother-in-law Raju for the suicide.

Visakhapatnam: PRISM Degree and PG College will be conducting a two-day campus recruitment
drive from Wednesday. According to secretary and correspondent of the college D. Satyanarayana
Reddy, the drive is open to all fresh B.com and B.Sc. graduates. The registration will start at 8 a.m.
which will be followed by written test, technical round and HR interview. For more details call:
8008718840 or 9550151985.

NELLORE: Karavalla Venkata Syamalamma, mother-in-law of Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy,
passed away here on Monday, after a prolonged illness. She was 71.

Syamalamma was suffering with urinary track problem since two months and was treated at
Bollineni Hospital, Nellore, said the Bollineni Hospital Director Giri Naidu. As her condition turned
critical, she was referred to Apollo Hospital in Chennai, where the doctors detected cancer.

In accordance to her request, the family members brought her to the residence at Baktavastala
Nagar in Nellore on Sunday night where she breathed her last at 2.45 p.m. on Monday. On receiving
information about her ill-health, the Chief Minister and his wife N. Radhika Reddy rushed to Nellore
on Wednesday. The final rites were performed on the banks of Penna River.

Once, the people of The City invited Mulla Nasruddin to deliver a khutba.

When he got on the minbar (pulpit), he found the audience was not very enthusiastic, so he
asked "Do you know what I am going to say?"

The audience replied "NO", so he announced "I have no desire to speak to people who don't
even know what I will be talking about" and he left.

The people felt embarrassed and called him back again the next day.

This time when he asked the same question, the people replied "YES" So Mullah Nasruddin
said, "Well, since you already know what I am going to say, I won't waste any more of your
time" and he left.

Now the people were really perplexed. They decided to try one more time and once again
invited the Mullah to speak the following week.

Once again he asked the same question - "Do you know what I am going to say?"

Now the people were prepared and so half of them answered "YES" while the other half
replied "NO". So Mullah Nasruddin said "The half who know what I am going to say, tell it to
the other half" and he left!
Coimbatore: The Coimbatore police on Sunday arrested two persons on charges of sexually
assaulting a 23-year-old Non-Resident Indian from Malaysia. According to the police, she had come
to Coimbatore to visit her friend.

Coimbatore: A 31-year-old cab driver was arrested on Saturday after he allegedly fled with a car.
According to police, G Saravanan was working with a private cab operator. He left for Kerala along
with three passengers. Since Saravanan was drunk and was driving recklessly, the passengers got
down on the way and complained to the cab owner.

But Saravanan fled away with the car along with the passenger's baggage. The car developed a
technical problem and stopped near Walayar check post. Police arrested him and seized the car. A
case has been registered.

Man held

A 26-year-old woman was allegedly set on fire by her husband at Sai Baba Colony here on
Saturday. Police said that, Karuppasamy (30) on suspecting the fidelity of his wife Manjula,
reportedly poured kerosene on her and set fire.

She was admitted to the hospital where she succumbed. Sai Baba Colony police have registered a
case and arrested Karuppasamy.

Visakhapatnam: M. Narsinga Rao, 21, who allegedly killed his mother Nookalamma at Kobbarithota,
was arrested on Sunday by the Two Town police, according to Circle Inspector.

Narsinga Rao allegedly came home in a drunken condition on Thursday night and wanted his mother
to serve him chicken curry. When she pulled him up, he beat her leading to her death.

VISAKHAPATNAM: Following frequent fires, Director of Factories G. Bala Kishore will visit the VSP on
Monday, according to sources. He is scheduled to make an assessment of safety standards being
followed by the public sector. The plant had been hit by three fires since April 10.

Visakhapatnam: The L.V. Prasad Eye Institute on Sunday conducted a free community eye
screening programme at the government school at Jogaraopeta in Kasimkota mandal. A total of 208
patients were screened by glaucoma consultant P.V.K.S. Varma.

The programme, organised in memory of Allam Sanjeeva Rao and Allam Suseela, was supported by
Prabha Bhalla and Raja Bhalla, and coordinated by Jayagopal Allam.
VISAKHAPATNAM: An engineering student of Malkapuram was reportedly kidnapped along with
another youth.

Ippili Sagar, 19, a student of first year B.Tech. and son of a medical shop owner, left his house at
Malkapuram on Saturday afternoon stating that he would get his watch repaired at Gajuwaka but
did not return. .

Around 12.30 a.m., he called up his parents and told them that he and Janagam Naveen, 23, were
kidnapped and Rs.4 lakh should be paid to secure their release.

Naveen had worked in Sagar's father Durga Vara Prasad's medical shop for seven years and
recently opened a shop of his own at Gopalapatnam.

After making enquiries with relatives and friends about the whereabouts of Sagar, his parents
lodged a complaint with the police on Sunday. The Malkapuram police are investigating.

VIJAYAWADA: The task force police and the Kankipadu police arrested two persons, Valluri Sateesh
Kumar and Vemula Ramu, and recovered 13 motorcycles worth Rs. 4 lakh from their possession on
Sunday afternoon.

The Kakinada III town police arrested 2 persons, K. Mohan and M. Uday, and recovered 2
motorcycles worth Rs.1.5 Lakh from their possession on Monday morning.
HYDERABAD: Two brothers died on the spot after the two-wheeler they were travelling on was hit
by a speeding lorry at Udumgadda on Friday morning. B. Chandu Naik (35) and Mothiya Naik (32)
were going to Chandrayangutta when the accident occurred. Hailing from Mahbubnagar district,
they were residing in Shaikpet and working as labourers. In a similar incident, a 38-year-old man,
K. Venkatesh died after a bus rammed his bike at L.B. Nagar on Friday. His father Laxmaiah
escaped with injuries. The victim was a resident of Sainagar in Nagole, police said.

HYDERABAD: The Board of Intermediate has invited applications from interested Registered
Educational Societies/Trusts for establishment of new private un-aided junior colleges and
vocational junior colleges in the State for the academic year 2011-12.

In a press release issued here on Friday, the Board requested the managements to download the
prescribed application Form-I from its website ‘www.bieap.gov.in' for the purpose and submit them
on or before April 30.

In another press release, the Board of Intermediate also invited the Registered Educational
Societies and Trusts for establishment of new private un-aided vocational junior colleges

HYDERABAD: A nine-year-old girl died after getting stuck in the grill door of the lift of an apartment
where her father was employed as a watchman at Gandhinagar on Friday.

Mamata was playfully going up and down the Gayatri Nilayam apartment building after returning
from school when the incident occurred around 2 p.m. Standing inside the lift to come down from a
top floor, the girl pulled the first grill door which did not move. “Then she bent forward and dragged
it forcibly when her head got pressed between the side wall of the lift and the grill door,”
Musheerabad Inspector P. Venkataramana said.

Her father, Devaiah, was waiting on the ground floor. On hearing her cries, he ran up the staircase
and pulled the lift door. By then, the girl suffered bleeding wound on her neck and fell unconscious.
She was rushed to hospital where doctors declared her brought dead.
A police Sub-Inspector's son, who was selected for a constable's post but couldn't undergo training
due to kidney problem, ‘shot himself to death' with his father's licensed gun in their house at HAL
Colony in Jeedimetla on Friday.

Chinnikrishnudu, 22, went into his bedroom around 6 p.m. and shot himself with his father's 12
bore double barrel gun, the Balanagar ACP, S. Damodar, said. A suicide note purportedly written by
the youngster stated that he was depressed as he couldn't attend constable training programme
because of the kidney problem.

“Nobody is responsible for my death. Please forgive me,” he said in the note requesting his brother-
in-law to look after his sister well. The youngster's father, Venkataiah, is an SI in Jeedimetla police
station.

Chinnikrishnudu's constable training programme was to commence from April 18.

On April 12, the Mohan Foundation officials received the information that a 40-day-old infant was
declared brain dead by the doctors.

“We immediately started the process of counsel the family to donate the organs of the baby.
Initially, they only gave consent to donate eyes, but later they also agreed to donate the heart
valves of the baby for harvest,” Mr. Raghuram said.

The organs were retrieved on Wednesday (April 13) and the body was handed over to the bereaved
family immediately, authorities said. This is the 110th donation facilitated by Mohan Foundation and
fourth this year.

NELLORE: As many as 36 students were booked for resorting to copying in the degree first year
examinations held under Vikrama Simhapuri University (VSU) limits from March 23 to April 13, in
Nellore district said VSU Registrar V. Narayana Reddy.

Speaking to the newsmen here on Thursday, he said about 97 per cent of the students attended for
the examinations. The university arranged tight vigil with three high power committees to prevent
copying. In future, the university will keep a tap on the institutions in which more malpractice cases
were booked this year, said Mr. Reddy and thanked the college managements for their cooperation
in conducting the examinations peacefully.

VISAKHAPATNAM: Visakhapatnam Range DIG Sowmya Mishra on Thursday opened the new,
modernised conference hall at the District Police Office. She lauded Superintendent of Police Vineet
Brijlal for getting the hall modernised.
A couple committed suicide reportedly due to financial problems at Kasimkota in the district on
Thursday. Padma Raju and Vardhamani were eking out a living by making and selling papads and
other items of daily need. They have two children Divya, 13, and Chandramouli, 12. They employed
10 workers as their petty business grew and borrowed from private financiers.

Their bodies were found in the agricultural well. The Kasimkota Police booked a case against the
financiers and are investigating it.

Film writer Kasi Viswanath released the book ‘Goru Muddalu' written by P. Radha Chalapathi at a
programme organised here on Thursday.

The book is a compilation of 59 short stories.

The author has used birds and animals in the stories to hold the attention of children.

120 tonne of liquid steel spilled out when 150 tonnes was being poured into the ladle in the LD
converter-3 of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant on Thursday.

None was injured in the accident. The loss is yet to be estimated. Due to the spillage of liquid steel,
the steel transfer car, slag transfer car and the track below got completely damaged. Some cables
also got burnt.

THANE: A three-year-old child was allegedly sexually molested by her 60-year-old neighbour who
subsequently attempted suicide. The Vartak Nagar police have booked Kondiram Sadashiv Gujar, a
resident of Thane (West) on Thursday under section 377 of the Indian Penal Code for unnatural sex
and also charged him with offences for cruelty and causing harm to the girl child.