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CBI names BCCI’s Srini in Jagan chargesheet

The CBI on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against Indian Cements chief and BCCI president N. Srinivasan for alleged criminal conspiracy and cheating in the Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy illegal investments case.

Jagan link: Srini faces CBI heat

The Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to name beleaguered BCCI chief N. Srinivasan as an accused in the India Cements conspiracy in the Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy quid pro quo investments case.

AP minister caught in sting

Andhra Pradesh primary education minister S. Sailajanath is in a fix after the online portal Cobrapost alleged in a sting operation that he had a role in money-laundering.

Row over cell on flight turns ugly on ground

The Shamshabad airport police is probing an FIR filed by a Malaysian advocate who was allegedly beaten with a belt and thrashed by a co-passenger and his bodyguard on the Outer Ring Road very early on

Two IM men shown blast area footage

National Investigation Agency officials and counter-intelligence sleuths have shown Indian Mujahideen operatives Syed Maqbool and Imran Khan’s CCTV footages from Kalaniketan showroom and from other shops and traffic cameras before the Dilsukhnagar blasts to see if they could identify anyone.

Maoist hitman spotted near AP border

Maoist hitman Ashanna, alias Takkelapalli Vasudeva Rao, was recently spotted near the Andhra Pradesh border in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli.

Police arrests Owaisi in hate speech case

The Andhra Pradesh police arrested MIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi on Tuesday evening at Gandhi Hospital in Secunder-abad after doctors declared him “fit to speak and travel” and found nothing very wrong with his health.

Prez pilot sees mystery object

The pilot of the special IAF aircraft that flew President Pranab Mukherjee from Begumpet airport to Chennai on Friday informed the airport authorities that he had seen a mysterious flying object four-and-a-half nautical miles from Begumpet airport. The flight took off from Begumpet airport at 10.14 am.

Indian couple jailed in Oslo

Hyderabad couple V. Chandrasekhar and his wife Anupama were convicted by an Oslo district court on Tuesday and sent to jail for 18 months and 15 months respectively for child abuse.

‘Will appeal if duo convicted’

A day ahead of the judgement to be pronounced by a court in Norway in the case of the Hyderabad couple accused of abusing their seven-year-old son, lawyers for the couple say they will appeal if the c

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