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News Headlines from Hyderabad

144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict
Tight security in force to not to give scope for any religious clashes

Seven notorious criminals arrested by Cyberabad police
Property worth Rs. 45 lakh recovered

Rosaiah calls GHMC to improve road conditions in Hyderabad
Asks for reduction in traffic stoppages for VIP movements

Rosaiah presents annual FAPCCI awards function
Highlights needs for 18% increase in power generation

Shoaib Malik passport seized
Malik questioned for about one and half hours

Hyderabad Police registers cheating case on Shoaib Malik
Father of Ayesha files complaint against him

Ban on Draupadi novel sought
A woman lodges complaint with the Musheerabad Police

Press Council of India members visits Osmania University
Interacts with media persons and students

Chief Engineer found with assets worth over Rs. 4 crore
Anti Corruption Bureau conducts searches at his properties

Congress emerges winner in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections
TDP gains strength; MIM continues to hold Old city

No move to shift K Rosaiah
Veerappa Moily praises CM for speeding up relief measures

Deputy Executive Engineer in ACB net
ACB officials unearthed disproportionate asserts worth over Rs.4 crore

Lover attacks his cousin in college
Girl hospitalized, accused handed over to police

Attack on police picket by suspected terrorists
One home guard killed; injured constable in critical condition

Three more Satyam employees arrested
Sent to Judicial Custody

Nagarjuna Finance Ltd Promoter and Director arrested
DCP says over 700 warrants issued were pending against them

Swapnika demands stern action against culprit
Doctors attending her says her survival chances are slim

TRS seeks SHRC to book cases against MP Rajagopal
Activists stage demonstration near Assembly

Chief Minister pulls up police officials on LANCO attack incident
Expresses dissatisfaction over the laxity of the Hyderabad police

First World Congress on Disaster Management on October 21
Renowned speakers to be present at the four-day event

3 students dead, 35 severely injured as college wall collapses in Hyderabad
Injured rushed to hospitals; CM orders Education Department to submit report

Jewellers booked for violations
Some of them found charging extra price of 11 to 14 percent

Other Hyderabad News Stories

Dec 30, 2003: Bid to loot State Bank of India

Dec 28, 2003: Two hacked to death in open city area

Dec 27, 2003: Junior Doctors intensifies agitation

Dec 26, 2003: Dacoits loots Jewelry Shop and E-Seva Kendra

Dec 24, 2003: Fake Vehicle Insurance cover notes in circulation

Dec 23, 2003: Industrialist Murdered in Hyderabad

Dec 16, 2003: Meet with Govt & Defense staff held

Dec 12, 2003: Junior Medicos goes on strike

Dec 11, 2003: Curfew lifted in Hyderabad

Dec 10, 2003: Hyderabad Old City calm during curfew lifting

Dec 2, 2003: Petrol Tankers go on strike in Rangareddy

October 29, 2003
Cases were registered on 11 ABVP activists and were sent to remand for clashes at the Osmania University yesterday. Bundh was observed in the University today. It may be recalled that 6 students were injured in clashes at the Godavari A Hostel yesterday. Police troops were in the campus and were trying to maintain peace in the region.

October 26, 2003
Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said that the State Government and the Center will signup a contract of the Metro Train Project in Hyderabad.

September 16, 2003
8 injured in a small bus accident in Hyderabad
8 school going children were injured when a school bus of Little Stars Schools over tuned near Journalist colony in Hyderabad. The inappropriate driving by the diver of the school bus was found to be the reason for the accident.

September 13, 2003
TDP denies reports that MLAs and MPs quit
General Secretary of the Telugu Desam Party K Kala Venkata Rao denied reports that some party MLAs and MPs have resigned on the issue of Krishna water. He said that they were not available as they were busy with the Intintiki Telugu Desam program.

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