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Criticism over postings in free zone in Police Department
DGP Girish Kumar says that Apex Court direction is binding on them

Home Minister inaugurates Southern State DGPs Conference
DGP Girish Kumar calls for greater efforts to neutralize threats posed by terrorists

Seven IPS officers transferred
Tarun Joshi is new SP of Kadapa

DGP lifts suspension orders on police officers involved in Lagadapati Rajagopal escape episode
Decision taken after considering report by Additional DGP-CID

Andhra Pradesh police tops in bomb disposal training course
Anil Kumar gets applause for his dedication towards the course

Girish Kumar is new DGP
Top police brass gets a reshuffle

State Government submits five names DGP alternatives to EC
CM refuses to comment on row of DGP as EC was a constitutional authority

Two persons arrested, More fake notes in circulation in West Bengal

1,700 Sub Inspectors to be filled up
Government gives green signal for recruitment

Public opinion on Police Reform Bill sought
Apex court constitution of State security panel

Additional DIG SSA Khan dead
Rushed to Osmania Hospital after Constable fires

Task Force Officials arrests fake gold gang
Recovered 1kg of gold and Rs.78,000

Notification issued for recruitment of 10,119 Police Constables
Applications to be available at Police Commissionerates

Police Officers Association President Anatharamulu dies of leukemia
Anatharamulu is known for his devoted police service

Case registered against Circle Inspector
Pulivendula Junior Civil Judge directed the police

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Police detain more than 200 for questioning

Hyderabad, October 6, 2007

The Intelligence Bureau's Friday Advisory is more alarming and this time is more specific about what would happen in the twin-cities. According to reliable sources, the Intelligence Bureau listed four places but the agency failed to establish the identity of the suspects. The sources added that the Jehadis, who sneaked into the city a few days ago are planning to target places of worship and Idgahs on Id-ul-Fitr.

The Intelligence Bureau, for the first time named most wanted terrorist Mohd Abdul Shahid alis Bilal in note and clearly said he pushed in the terrorists after training them. According to source, two of thee trained terrorists are from Hyderabad itself.

The police began conducting searches in the Old City and many other areas of Hyderabad. Police are strict and checking passengers at the Secunderabad Railway Station since last evening and detained more than 200 who arrived here from Kolkata as the IB has specifically indicated that Bangladeshi Nationals could trigger the attacks. According to a senior police officials, this time, the target could be an unsuspecting politician.

Andhra Pradesh on October 6, 2007

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Police detain more than 200 for questioning

TDP President urges Prime Minister to help Telugus in Gulf
Writes letter to the Prime Minister in this regard

Junior Civil Judge selections
Written test on October 28

Rains hit air traffic at Visakhapatnam
Floods render Airport unfit for operations of flights

Mob attacks nursing home over death of a 16 year old
Allege negligence of hospital staff

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