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April 11, 2014 - Hyderabad

  • ZPTC and MPTC polling went off peacefully', says Ramakanth Reddy
    Andhra Pradesh State Election Commissioner Ramakanth Reddy speaking to press said that the final phase of elections to MPTC and ZPTC went off peacefully except minor incidents. He said that re-polling will be held in seven polling stations on April 13. He said that Maoists have taken away ballot boxes at Munchungipattu and re-polling will be held on April 16.
  • TRS to organize a mega meeting at Karimnagar
    Telangana Rashtra Samithi will organize a public meeting at SRR college grounds at Karimnagar on April 13 in which TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao will participate. It may be recalled that B Vinod Kumar will be contesting for Lok Sabha from Karimnagar and Gangula Kamalakar will contest for Assembly. .
  • TV artiste Vijaya Rani produced before media
    Small screen artiste Battula Vijaya Rani on Friday along with other accused in their alleged duping of customers to a tune of Rs.10 crores was produced by police. She said that did not have any monies with her and the police have given food for to eat. She said that she only have to pay Rs.4 crores to the junior artistes. She added that she was debt-ridden and paid more interest than the original amount. Police said that she had collected Rs. Two crores from cine artistes and have seized her assets. .
  • High Court reserves orders on closing roads in Cantonment
    Justice P. Naveen Rao of the AP High Court on Thursday reserved orders in a batch of writ petitions filed challenging the action of the officers of Army in closing major roads in cantonment for civilian traffic. It may be recalled that the army officers declared that the roads will be closed for civilian traffic from March 1 due to safety reasons. The interim orders of staying the operation of the orders of army officers will be in force till the judgment is pronounced.

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