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Crime In Hyderabad (21.12.2015)

TV serial Choreographer hanged self

(Siasat News): A Telugu film choreographer had some row with his fiancée that led him to take the extreme step of committing suicide.

According to S R Nagar police, the deceased Bharat Kumar, 30, native of Kadapa, was doing reality shows as a choreographer. He got engaged with a girl two months back.

It was his habit to have conversation on phone with his fiancée. However, his fiancée was not responding to his phone calls and SMSes that led to exchange of heated argument.

Bharat Kumar was very upset ever since and hanged himself to death at his residence.

Another dowry death

(Siasat News): A woman committed suicide as she was constantly harassed by her in-laws for more dowry.

According to Naredmet police, the deceased B Shailaja, 35 got married to one Rajesh in 2003. Her relatives alleged that her in-laws were harassing her for more dowry and Shailaja hanged herself to death.

Police has shifted the dead body to Gandhi Hospital mortuary and registered a case of inciting for suicide against Rajesh and other in-laws.

Further investigations are on.

Two passengers held with 5 kg gold

(Siasat News): The DII officials on a tip-off searched two passengers at RGI airport and recovered 5 kgs gold from their possession.

The officials had got the information yesterday that two passengers coming from Delhi are carrying gold with them.

The contraband was seized and a case has been registered against the passengers. Further investigations are underway.

Woman missing from Shamshabad

(Siasat News): A woman went missing from Rudra colony in Shamshabad.

According to the details, K P Anita, 28, wife of one Krishna Sagar, left home on the morning of December 18 but did not return.

Her husband had lodged a complaint with Shamshabad RGI police.

In the meantime, sub-inspector Mohd. Nasir appealed to the general public that if they have any information about the missing woman, kindly call the police on 9491039173.

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