Hyderabad police claimed to have arrested a most wanted international drug-peddler of Nigeria, along with nine consumers of narcotics from Hyderabad. Acting on information, Police took the 37-year-old drug-peddler, Chukwu Ogbonna David, into custody from Mumbai, and have also apprehended nine others. Reports said Tony was transporting drugs from Mumbai to Hyderabad, by using some paid agents and has been in the most wanted list of drug… read-more
Tollywood actor Siddharth has been booked under section 506 of the IPC and section 67 of the IT Act, over his recent sexist Twitter remark, against Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal. On January 12, a Hyderabad woman filed a complaint with the Cybercrime Wing of Hyderabad. Although Siddharth apologized for the joke after backlash from netizens and political leaders, a case has been registered.
The Hyderabad police denied protest and public rally of BJP National President JP Nadda, on January 4. The rally was denied amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Nadda was schedule to address a rally protesting against the arrest of BJP President of Telangana Bandi Sanjay Kumar. He was arrested in Karimnagar for protesting without permission. He is currently remanded for 14 days at Karimnagar Jail.
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The Department of Women Development and Child Welfare (WCD) managed to rescued 83 children from the clutches of the begging rackets in collaboration with Hyderabad police. Meanwhile, E Akkeshwar Rao, District Welfare Officer (DWO) of Hyderabad said the pandemic increased the problem of beggings as the ''children were being forced into the begging rackets''. Notably, WCD and the police have saved 580 children so far under the operation ''Smile… read-more
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Hyderabad city police faced heavy criticisms after visuals of them stopping two ambulances and asking health workers to wait for some time to make way for a VIP convoy went viral on social media on July 25. However, responding to the whole incident the police said that only one of the ambulances was carrying a patient and a passage was made for the ambulance eventually.
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Three held for allegedly organizing an obscene dance at a wedding on June 29 in Hyderabad's Chandrayangutta area. According to reports, Mohammed Siddiq, a professional photographer, was asked to cover the wedding at midnight. However, Siddiq filed a police complaint after he was attacked during the event. Later, Saddiq finds this guy known as Nazir, who had organized an orchestra with the help of transgenders.
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Former Tourism Minister of Andhra Pradesh and TDP leader Bhuma Akhila Priya, who has been under arrest since January 6 for kidnapping-related charges, was denied bail by a court in Secunderabad. Akhila's lawyer had submitted a bail plea stating that she is… read-more
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The Hyderabad City Police on January 6 arrested former TDP Minister Bhuma Akhila Priya over alleged involvement in the kidnapping former hockey player Praveen Rao and his two brothers. The hockey player and his relatives were kidnapped and released later by 10-15 people who poised as Income Tax officials. Upon investigation, the police found that ex-minister, along with her husband and a few others. arranged the kidnapping over a property… read-more
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A Hyderabad traffic police constable, G Babji is winning a lot of praises from citizens for running two kilometers to make way for an ambulance. Believed to be recorded by someone from inside the ambulance, the motorists were seen applauding him for his effort. The incident took place on November 2 between Abids GPO Junction and Andhra Bank Koti and received appreciation after the Hyderabad Police posted the video.
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Hyderabad's Akhil Bharatiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP) activists were arrested after demanding an investigation for sexual assault against a Dalit woman. They were taken into preventive custody and later released. The FIR filed by the victim, mentions repeated sexual assaults by 139 people including members from Students Federation of… read-more