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Woman, Kids Go Missing After Suicide Message On Whatsapp!

A Madanapalle woman’s Whatsapp message went viral creating a big stir. According to the police, Shabana (35) from Mothinagar street got married to Mustafa from Dharmavaram in Anantapur district. They had three sons, and while the elder son (12) is suffering from heart disease, the other two children also tend to fall sick from time to time. Mustafa works as a cook in a hotel and doesn’t go to work regularly. He would not come home properly and harassed his wife suspecting her fidelity. The couple had differences between them and Shabana started a small retail shop in her house ...

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Sabarimala Review plea: supreme court to take a call on Tuesday

The Supreme Court will on Tuesday decide on hearing of a batch of petitions seeking recall of a Constitution Bench verdict permitting women in the age group of 10 to 50 years entry into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjay Krishan Kaul said the bench-led by former Chief Justice Dipak Misra that pronounced the landmark verdict on September 28 has to be reconstituted. A review petition is normally considered by the judges of the same bench that had delivered the verdict. A call on hearing the plea would be taken up, ...

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Accident case filed against tollywood producer Daggubati Suresh Babu!

On Sunday Daggubati Suresh was travelling in Honda CRV rammed into a family travelling on Honda Activa three family members were severely injured near Imperial Garden, Karkhana.Police said that accident happened when producer’s CRV rammed into Honda Activa carrying three family members including a three-year-old boy Siddhesh chandra along with his father Satish Chandra (35) and mother Durga (30). “Family riding on active were seriously injured and were shifted to Yashoda hospital, Secundrabad. Daggubati Suresh was travelling from Paradise to Bowenpally and he was driving on wrong side form Imperial garden an route,” said Karkhana Police Station House Officer, Sri. ...

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Sabarimala Temple Closes Today, Media Warned Of Attacks, Asked To Leave!

The Sabarimala temple will close on Monday at 10 pm after the five-day puja. The shrine had opened on October 18, first time after the Supreme Court’s landmark verdict, allowing women in menstruating age groups to enter the temple. In the last four days, nine women in the 10-50 age groups have been stopped by protesters from going to the temple. Yesterday a 47-year-old woman suffered panic attack at the entrance of the temple after protesters surrounded and heckled her. Journalists who have been reporting from Pamba have been told by the police to leave the area as they had ...

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Yet another ‘Hawala’ racket busted in Hyderabad, Rs 2.5 cr seized

Close on the heels of money transfer racket busted in Hyderabad and Adilabad, four people arrested on Sunday for transporting Rs 2.54 crore within the city.The Commissioner’s task force team on a tip-off followed the car in which the money is being transported and arrested Jayesh Alias Athul (43), Vanraj (29), Patel Ashwin (48) and Naveen (40). It is learned that of the four accused Vanraj and Patel were caught by the police with Rs 1.8 crore cash, who were reported to have been doing illegal money transfer business at an interest rate of 0.6 per cent. The remaining amount ...

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2 more women stopped from entering Sabarimala; Temple closes tomorrow!

As the Sabarimala row in Kerala refuses to die down, Ayyappa devotees on Sunday prevented two Telugu-speaking women from climbing the holy hills.The protestors chanting Ayyappa mantra stopped the women, said to be in their 40s, at the foothills itself. The women were accompanied by their relatives. The police, which took the women to safety, said that the duo informed the security forces that they came to Sabarimala without knowing the customs of the temple. The women were part of a pilgrims group visiting temples in Kerala. They have been taken to Nilakkal where their vehicle was parked, police said.The ...

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Dussehra revellers clicking selfies when train ran over crowd in Amritsar!

As scores of Dussehra revellers watching the burning of Ravana effigy were mowed down by a passing train near Amritsar, the disturbing video footage of the accident showed many across the railway tracks filming the celebrations on their mobile phones when the tragedy struck.At least 61 people died and many more injured in the accident between Manawala and Ferozpur stations near Amritsar, when the train ran through the crowd that had assembled across the tracks to watch the Dussehra event. Punjab minister Navjot Sidhu’s wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu, who was the chief guest at the programme, later said nobody knew ...

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Sabarimala controversy: Protests outside Mojo TV office

Amid the row over the entry of women into the Sabarimala, temple situation in Sabarimala is highly tensed as the women activists have vowed to seek Lord Ayyappa’s darshan while the protestors are obstructing. Though several women activists initiated their journey, they returned disappointed due to security concerns.One such woman journalist who initiated the action is Kavitha Jakkal who works for Mojo TV. Though she couldn’t reach the Sabarimala, her efforts were highly lauded by several people. But, some devotees carried protest in front of Mojo TV. A huge number of policemen have been deployed in front of Mojo TV ...

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“Feeling Proud,” Says Kavitha Jakkal, Who Almost Made History At Sabarimala!

Kavitha Jakkal, is one of the two under-50 women, who tried and failed to enter Sabarimala shrine on Friday. She had to stop 500 metres away from the shrine after the head priest told the police that if the two women enter the temple, he will close the gates and stop puja. After senior police officer, S Sreejith informed the two women, they agreed to return. On her way back, Ms Jakkal told reporters that she is “very proud” for attempting to go to Sabarimala temple. “Today, we have faced very dangerous situation. We walked 5 kilometres for Sabarimala temple ...

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Bengaluru Passenger Held For Molesting Female Indigo Flight Attendant!

A 28-year-old passenger has been arrested for allegedly molesting a female flight attendant on board a Bengaluru-bound IndiGo plane before its departure from the Mumbai airport, a police official said Thursday. Raju Gangappa, a resident of Bengaluru, allegedly pressed the back of the 20-year-old flight attendant while he was passing by her and when she reprimanded him, he abused her, the official said giving details of incident which occurred on Tuesday.She informed her seniors about the incident following which the person was offloaded along with his baggage, he said. The official said he was handed over to the Central Industrial ...

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