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Women seek to sell kidneys


In a heart-rending tale, six women from Andhra Pradesh, whose husbands have been jailed in Dubai, have petitioned the Chief Minister and the State Human Rights Commission for permission to sell their

Cops get a `6.7-cr ‘bonus’

In an intriguing find, police discovered Rs 6.75 crore in cash from an autorickshaw that broke down in front of the office of the director-general of police at Lakdikapul here on Wednesday evening. E

Flesh trade agents thrive

Cyberabad cops have failed to arrest two city-based recruiting agents who sent a woman from Qutbullapur to the Gulf, resulting in a situation in which she was forced into sex trade.

Even three month

Jagan may be in jail till March ’13

Kadapa MP Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy will have to wait much longer to apply for bail as the Central Bureau of Investigation says there is no time frame to file a final consolidated chargesheet.


Foreign cash floods NGOs

Trusts and charities in Andhra Pradesh are the third biggest recipient of foreign funding in the country. In just one year, these organisations received Rs 1,324.87 crore from abroad in 2009-10, and t

‘Wife turned me in for reward’

Raghu Yandamuri, the murderer of 10-month-old Saanvi Venna and her grandmother Satyavathi, has said that his wife had made him turn himself in so that she could claim the reward money.

Cyberabad cops enter UN mode

The Cyberabad police will henceforth follow high-end security procedures used by the United Nations Department of Safety and Security like testing air, water and food samples collected from venue and

Hyderabad firm in Coalgate

The CBI booked two more cases, including one against city-based Athena Infra Projects Private Limited, in the Coalgate scam.

CBI officials searched six locations in the city including in Banjara Hill

City fails healthy biodiversity test


Hyderabad scored 36 out of 92; It scored poorly in recreational and education services for children If this was an exam, the city would have failed miserably.

Greater Hyderabad has scored zero (out

Cops zoom in on T-march violators

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the city police has started identifying the accused involved in the Telangana March violence on September 30. A total of 41 cases have booked.

After attending

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