DGP’s mother passes away

Smt Susheela, mother of Telangana DGP Anurag Sharma, passed away here on Wednesday.

She was 83 and was suffering from old age ailments. Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and other dignitaries visited the DGP’s residence and expressed their condolences. (INN)

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Revanth Reddy released from Cherlapally jail

Hundreds of TDP workers gave a rousing reception to TDP MLA A Revanth Reddy who came out on bail from the Cherlapally Central Prison on Wednesday evening.

Although the Hyderabad High Court had granted bail to Revanth Reddy in the ‘Cash for Vote’ case on Tuesday, his release was delayed by a day due to technical and legal glitches. Revanth Reddy and two other accused Sebastian and Uday Simha were lodged in Cherlapally Jail ever since their arrest by the Anti-Corruption Bureau n May 31.

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T-Congress asks KCR to frame new Education Policy

Accusing the TRS Government of playing with the lives and careers of thousands of students, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir on Wednesday demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao come out with one clear Education Policy to end the entire confusion.

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T backwardness in Nizam rule incorrect: Dy CM

Deputy Chief Minister Mahamood Ali today slammed a section of media for carrying out a story related to Telangana backwardness during Nizam rule. Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday evening, Mahamood Ali refuted the reports as baseless. Ali said that all the content in the report prepared by a team of ICRISAT consultants was not all correct. Though Telangana Government forwarded the report to the World Bank, had suffered dearth of the officials at its beginning could not go through the content, he said.

Marrying Michelle was my best week ever: Obama

US President Barack Obama today said that last week when he won historic victories on trade, healthcare and gay rights – was “gratifying”, but his “best week ever”, was when he married Michelle, the First Lady.

“In terms of my best week, now my best week, I will tell you, was marrying Michelle. That was a really good week. Malia and Sasha being born, excellent weeks,” Obama told reporters at a White House news conference.

Obama was responding a question if last week’s two important orders by the Supreme Court was the best week ever.

Rajasthan HC refuses to stay Surya Namaskar in schools

The Rajasthan High Court today refused to stay the exercise of Surya Namaskar as a part of yoga curriculam in state-run schools.

A bench of Justice A K Singh and Justice Anupinder Grewal refused to accept a petition filed by Ajmat Rasool Foundation challenging the government decision.

It was argued on behalf of thed state government that Surya Namaskar has been introdued as a part of yoga curriculam and is just one of the yoga exercises that will be teached.

Dubai plans to build 3-D printed office building

The United Arab Emirates says the Gulf commercial hub of Dubai will soon add the world’s first office building made using three-dimensional printer technology to its collection of eye-catching buildings.

Emirati Minister of Cabinet Affairs Mohammed al-Gergawi said today that the project is part of a broader effort to embrace cutting-edge technology and make the Gulf state “a global hub for innovation and 3-D printing.”

The roughly 2,000 square-foot office building and furniture used inside will be printed out layer by layer from a mixture of reinforced concrete, gypsum and plastic.

Oil prices rise as Iran nuclear talks extended

Oil prices rebounded today as Iran and six major powers extended a deadline for reaching a nuclear deal that could add Iranian oil to an oversupplied global market.

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for delivery in August rose USD 1.14 to USD 59.47 a barrel.

In London, Brent North Sea crude for August closed at USD 63.59 a barrel, an increase of USD 1.58 from yesterday’s settlement.

Musheerabad police register case against “erring” cops

The Musheerabad police here today registered cases against their police personnel for indiscriminately beating four youths, who allegedly created ruckus on the road under the influence of liquor on Monday midnight.

3Vasu, one among the four youths and an NRI, lodged a complaint through online to Central Zone DCP Kamalasan Reddy on the issue. Responding to the complaint, Kamalasan Reddy brought the complaint to the notice of City Police Commissioner Mahender Reddy, who in turn, ordered the police to initiate action immediately.

40yr old man killed in road accident

A 40-year-old man succumbed to the grievous injuries which he sustained when the auto-rickshaw he was travelling in turned turtle.

According to Rajendra Nagar police, the deceased, Shaik Khaleel Ahmed of Chota Bazar in Golconda, met with the accident near Fish Building in Rajendranagar on Monday evening. He was immediately rushed to the Osmania General Hospital where he was declared brought dead. (INN)

Two persons commit suicide in different incidents

An 18-year-old girl committed suicide by consuming some unknown poison allegedly due to failure in love.

The deceased, U Monika, took the extreme step at her residence in Nimboli Adda on June 24. She was admitted to the Osmania General Hospital where she died on Tuesday, according to Kachiguda police.

Woman died after falling from building

A 35-year-old woman died after falling down from the roof top of her house in KPHB Police limits.

The deceased, B Vidya, went to the fourth floor of her house in Nizampet from some work on Monday evening. She accidentally slipped from the fourth floor and sustained grievous injuries. She was immediately rushed to the Gandhi Hospital where she was declared brought dead. (INN)

ACB to move SC against Revanth’s bail

In spite of Hyderabad High Court granting conditional bail to Telugu Desam leader Revanth Reddy after one month jail in cash-for-vote scam, ACB officials are daunting him.

In a new twist on Tuesday, the ACB officials made it clear that they are getting ready to move Supreme Court against Revanth’s bail in two days. While family members and Telugu Desam activists celebrated the occasion by distributing sweets and bursting crackers to mark the release of Revanth, the ACB sleuths declared that they will move the apex court in a couple of days after reviewing a copy of the court verdict.

Revanth’s bail is temporary: TRS

TRS leader Jeevan Reddy today said the High Court granted only a temporary bail and not a permanent one to TDP leader Revanth Reddy.

Speaking to mediapersons here on Tuesday, the TRS legislator ridiculed the TDP leaders and family members for celebrating Revanth’s bail. He expressed surprise as to how the TD men can celebrate. His remarks assume significance as the ACB is gearing up to move the Supreme Court in a couple of days against the bail. The bail is temporary and the investigation is to slap notices and book other key players behind the cash row, he said.

CS reviews status of IX and X Schedule institutions

AP Chief Secretary I.Y.R. Krishna Rao chaired a meeting today with all the Secretaries to review on Status of IX and X Schedule institutions, Inter Departmental References – Single File System, Sourcing of funds from Government of India, Preparation of Shelf Projects for Externally Added Projects (EAP), implementation of e-Office system, Mission, Growth Engines and Key Performance Indicators (KPI) action plan.

Retired policemen given farewell

Cyberabad Police Commissioner C.V. Anand, has handed over pension papers to retired police officers and also paid Rs 10,000 each from the Co-Operative Credit Society, Cyberabad. The retired cops have been offered posts of Special Police Officers (SPOs) if they are interested to join the Cyberabad Police Commissionerate.

S. Anil Kumar, Addl. DCP (Admn), Ch. Bhadra Reddy, president, G. Krishna Reddy, BD Prasad Babu members of Tealangana Police Officers’ Association, Cyberabad were present.

TD leaders accuse KCR of hatching conspiracies

Launching a scathing attack on Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, TDP leaders E Peddireddy and L Ramana alleged that KCR has been hatching a conspiracy against their party leaders to derive political gain.

Speaking to the media, they said the party would continue its fight for people’s problems whatever conspiracies KCR may hatch. “We will not compromise with problems of the people”, they said. Peddireddy said his party has faced many such situations earlier. He alleged that Telangana government is foisting false cases against the TDP leaders.

He will continue fight, says Revanth’s wife

Note-for-Vote scam accused and Telangana TDP Kodangal MLA A. Revanth Reddy’s wife Geetha said she never expected that personal problems would arise though her husband was fighting against the government being in an Opposition party.

Probe into phone-tapping on: AP DGP

AP Director General of Police JV Ramudu has informed that the investigation in phone-tapping in cash-for-vote case was going on.

Ramudu participated in a review meeting with the CEOs of Oil Companies on Oil and Pipeline’s safety here on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Ramudu stressed the need of Section-8 in Hyderabad. “There must be Section-8 in Hyderabad. We have no problems with Telangana Police”, he said.

Rajiv Trivedi posted as Principal Secretary Home

Rajiv Trivedi, Additional Director General of Police, Telangana State Special Police, holding additional charge of Sports has been transferred and posted as Principal Secretary of Home department, according to GORT No 1792 dated June 30. (NSS)

Technical hitches delay Revanth reddy’s release from Jail by a day

Though TDP MLA Revanth Reddy succeeded in the High Court granting him bail, he could not walk out of the Charlapally Jail, where is lodged since his arrest on May 31, due to some technical hitches in completing the formalities for his release.
Soon after news about Revanth Reddy getting bail spread like a wild fire, his supporters and TDP cadre in hundreds from the city as well his Kodangal constituency thronged to the jail awaiting his release. The atmosphere before the jail reverberated with celebrations as YTDP cadre burst crackers and played drums and danced in gay abandon.