Amid vocal protests by hundreds of people, demanding death penalty for the accused, the police decided to request the jurisdictional magistrate to visit the police station to take up the remand application.
This is the conclusion of police in Hyderabad based on the interrogation of four men who were arrested Friday for the alleged rape and murder of a 27-year-old veterinary doctor near the Shamshabad toll plaza on Wednesday night.
According to staff, the doctor used to park her two-wheeler at Shamshabad bus stop near the toll plaza and take a bus to Shadnagar in Telangana’s Ranga Reddy district. From there, they said, she would another bus to Kondurug and board a “share auto” to reach the local bus stand.
Leaders of TDP, BJP and Janasena pointed out that YSRCP’s “obsession” is not limited to unveiling statues of late Y S Rajashekara Reddy, former chief minister of united Andhra Pradesh and Jagan’s father, but also with painting everything in party colours.
CCTV footage released by officials at Abids Police Station shows a man walking into the temple at 6:20 pm Wednesday evening and praying before the goddess for a few minutes. In the video, the man was also seen bowing and circumambulating several times before holding his ears and doing sit-ups in front of the deity.
The government, which has threatened to privatise all TSRTC bus routes unless the unions called off the strike, has steadily managed to increase the number of buses operating on different routes across the state.
The five-seater autorickshaws and seven-seater minivans usually do not operate beyond 10-15 km on one route, as sections of each route, road or highway are divided among several drivers so that they all get passengers.
Andhra Pradesh: The Lulu group stated that although they were allotted land in Visakhapatnam by previous TDP government in a transparent manner, they accept the new government's decision to revoke the land allotment.
Already, Andhra’s outstanding liabilities, which are estimated to rise 11.5 per cent in 2019-20 to a staggering Rs 3.42 lakh crore (31.6 per cent of GSDP), have prompted state-owned banks to raise concerns about its ability to guarantee repayment.
Since that school challenge in early October, the district has collected nearly 50,000 kg of plastic and seized over 600 kg of single-use plastic (SUP) through a network of collection points in 174 Gram Panchayats. The plastic is then sent for recycling.
Jaagn said, 'This was a conscious decision taken after due consideration and visualising what our future generation requires in the new age of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, where driver-less cars would be coming into vogue.'
Meanwhile, the state CID raided Blue Frog Technologies Ltd, a software development firm in Visakhapatnam which allegedly hacked into the state government’s sand procurement website and sold off sand at higher rates.