Major fire at railway guest house, no casualty

A major fire broke out on Saturday evening at Indian Railway Project Management unit office near Connaught place in the national capital. No casualties have been reported so far.

According to initial reports, eight fire engines were rushed to the spot to help put to douse the fire.

“The railway guest house is located close to a busy market in the heart of the capital. The incident of fire was reported around 6:50 pm today,” a fire official said.

However, the railway officials have said that the fire has been brought under control.

Party authorises Jagan to decide floor leaders

The Parliamentary Party and Telangana Legislature Party of YSRCP has met at Lotus Pond and passed a resolution authorising the Party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to announce the leader in both the Houses.

Nellore MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy told media after the meeting here on Saturday that they will play a constructive role and extend issue-based support to the NDA government but at the same time the state interests will be high on agenda.

P.A. Sangma seeks Modi’s intervention in Meghalaya custodial deaths

National People’s Party (NPP) supremo Purno Agitok Sangma Saturday shot off a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention in the twin custodial death in Meghalaya.

Sangma, who is the lone NPP member in the Lok Sabha, has also asked National Human Rights Commission chairman K.G. Balakrishnan to institute an inquiry into the twin custodial death.

In his letter to Modi, the former Lok Sabha speaker highlighted the prevailing law and order situation and the violation of human rights in Garo Hills districts in western part of Meghalaya.

Auto driver murder case accused nabbed by kulsumpura police

Kulsumpura police nabbed the murder case accused of an auto driver saturday morning hours at Jumerath Baazar parking place.
According to Kulsumpura police, on credible information police nabbed the murder case accused Omprakash Sandeep (26) an Helper R/o Venkateshwara nagar of Jiyaguda on Saturday morning hours at parking place of Jumerath Bazaar and the accused confessed the to have committed the offence.

TRS to invite PM Modi for Telangana formation day celebrations

New Delhi: Amid a controversy over TRS not inviting the Prime Minister for the swearing-in ceremony of Telangana Chief Minister-designate K Chandrasekhar Rao on June 2, the party on Saturday said it will invite Narendra Modi for the formation day celebrations of the state likely in mid-June.

“We will be visiting Delhi to invite the Prime Minister for the formation day celebrations of Telangana, within a couple of days after the swearing-in ceremony,” TRS politburo member and MP B Vinod Kumar told PTI.

Two labourers dies after inhaling poisonous gas

Two labourers died after inhaling poisonous gases accumulated inside a 18 feet manhole at Upparpally in Rajendranagar on Saturday.

According to Rajnedranagar police, The labourers Bheemulu (23) and Narayan (50), both are residents of Attapur were hired by dwellers of an apartment.

The residents of the apartment building hired Bheemulu and Narayana to clean the manhole. They came to the site around afternoon and began their work. Bheemulu first entered into the manhole to remove the blockage while his colleague waited outside.

India must ensure fair share of Teesta water, says Hasina

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Saturday said her country needs Teesta river water and it is India’s duty to ensure a fair share of it, a media report said.

“It is the Indian government’s responsibility. This is not my headache, but theirs. Talks will continue. I need that water,” Hasina said, reported

In a press briefing at her official residence, Hasina hinted at other options, if a treaty was not signed.

“We are the lower riparian country. The water has to come. If it (the deal) does not happen, then we have alternatives,” she said.

Woman commits suicide in Raidurgam limits

A 23-year-old house wife committed suicide by hanging herself at her residence in Indira nagar of Raidurgam.

According to Raidurgam police, deceased Rani (23) an Housewife W/o Rohit Naik R/o Indira Nagar of Raidurgam had committed suicide by hanging at her residence on Friday, due to deceased asked money for performing Rituals at temple when husband refused to her money on May 21 deceased taking extreme step of suicide hanged herself at her residence.

65yr old Laborer killed in train accident

A 65-year-old man killed after he was hit by a train while trying to cross the railway tracks.

According to Nampally Railway Police, deceased Kethavath Chandya (65) an laborer R/o Sanathnagar N/o Achampet of Mahboobnagar district, was trying to cross the track near Fatehnagar Railway station on Friday evening hours suddenly one speeding MMTS train hit due to which he was died on the spot.

The Nampally Railway Police registered a case and dead body shifted to Osmania Hospital Mortuary for postmortem, after autopsy deceased body handed over to his relatives. (INN)

Stone cutter commits suicide

A 27 year old stone cutter committed suicide by hanging at his residence in Narsingi police station limits.

According to Narsingi police, deceased D Yadaiah (27) an stone cutter S/o Mallaiah R/o Shanthi Nagar Colony of Kokapet committed suicide by hanging at his residence on Friday night hours due to after a petty quarrelled with his wife on family issue that he slipped into depression and might have ended his life over it.

Notorious snatcher nabbed, 11 tulas gold ornaments seize

Tappachabutra Police organizing vehicle checking at Balaji Nagar Colony on Saturday morning hours while on checking, one person has suddenly sttoped his vehicle and tried to escape police check and not showin his identity and came on one black motorcycle Bajaj Discover under suspicion manner. On enquiry, he revealed his name as Sanganamoni Maddileti @ Madhu (23) an laborer R/o Nizamabad (V), Pangal (M), Mahabubnagar of District.

All set for GHMC Standing Committee polls on June 6

The elections for 15-member Standing Committee of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation will be held on June 6 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

The GHMC has released the final list of 17 contesting candidates for the GHMC panel polls. They are Anil Singh D, Abdul Qavi Ansari, K Uma Rani, A. Krishna, Gaffar MA, J Devanand, Md Farooquddin, V Bhanumathi, Mohammed Wajid Hussain, A Mahesh Yadav, Mir Wajid Ali Khan, Mohsin Bin Abdullah Balala, Dr Mohd Yousuf Naqshbandi, M Ranga Rao, J Satyanaryana, Singireddy Dhanpal Reddy and C Sunitha. (INN)

Name of High court changed for T & AP

The Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh, under Section 30 of AP Reorganisation Act of 2014, has notified the change of the name of the High Court as High of Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and the State of Andhra Pradesh with effect from June 2, 2014, according to a pressnote issued by the Registrar General of the High Court. (NSS)

T Formation Day at LSP HQ.

To mark the formation of Telangana State, Loksatta Party national President Dr. Jayaprakash Narayana will unveil the national flag at the party headquarters at 9-00 a.m. on Monday, June 2.
Giving this information in a media statement, Mr. Bandaru Ramamohan Rao, Convener, Telangana Coordination Committee, said that Dr. JP and other leaders will address party workers on the occasion. (NSS)

246 Cases booked on ORR

The Outer Ring Road (ORR) Patrolling Scheme was launched on January 18 this year. As a part of this plan, five patrolling vehicles have been pressed into service from Pedda Amberpet to Shamirpet through Shamshabad.

PGMET scam: 1,500 page charge sheet filed against 46 accused

The CID of AP police on Saturday filed 1,500 page charge sheet against 46 persons, including 26 doctors, in connection with the alleged irregularities in the PG Medical Entrance Test (PGMET) held by a Vijayawada-based University.

The probe conducted by the Andhra Pradesh Crime Investigation Department (CID) revealed that the question paper of the exam held on March 2 this year, had been leaked from Manipal Printing Technologies Ltd at Manipal located in Karnataka.

Bishops’ council extends support for development of new states

The Andhra Pradesh Bishops’ Council (APBC), an apex body of the Catholic Church in both the States of Telangana and Seemandhra being launched on June 2, assured the support of the Catholic Church and Christian Community for just, inclusive, equitable and sustainable development of the new States. It promised to continue to pray for God’s blessing for Telugu people of both States to realize a “Bangaru Telangana” and “Swarna Andhra Pradesh” with prosperity, peace and harmony.

All India Chess Tourney for Visually Challenged

Devnar Foundation for the Blind, in association with Amway Opportunity Foundation is conducting 37th All India Chess Tournaments for the visually challenged from June 1 to 5 at Devnar School for the Blind, Mayuri marg, Begumpet, Hyderabad (Ph: 040 – 66175696, 27767931). The Chess is the best indoor game for the visually challenged.

YSRCP to extend issue-based support to Modi govt

YSRCP parliamentary party meeting was held here at Lotus Pond on Saturday. Party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy was authorized to select leader of parliamentary party in the meeting.
Speaking to the media later, MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy said the party would extend issue-based support to the NDA government at the Centre keeping in mind the interests of the State and the country. He said party MPs would fight to protect the interests of the State. Mekapati said Jaganmohan Reddy has asked all the party MPs to attend ensuing Parliament session without fail. (NSS)

T State gets 31 IPS Officers

The Union Government has allocated 31 IPS officers to Telangana State to be effective from Appointed Day June 2. They will work on temporary basis and the allocation was made on the basis of guidelines issued by the Centre.
The prominent IPS officers allocated to Telangana Sate include Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma, Cyberabad Police Commissioner C V Anand, Intelligence Chief Mahender Reddy, Shivadhar Reddy, Rajiv Trivedi, Anjana Sinha, Kamalasan Reddy and others.