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A Four-Year-Old Boy Crushed To Death By School Bus 

Hyderabad, Dec 15 (Hydnow): A four-year-old boy was crushed to death after he came under the wheel of a private school bus at BN Reddy Nagar in Cherlapally on Friday.  

Man Hacked to Death at Hafezbabanagar

A 25 year-old man was hacked to death at Hafezbabanagar in Kanchanbagh on late on Tuesday night.

Hyderabad Rains: Death’s Due To Open Drains In The City

The Telangana government headed by Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao is maintaining silence or ignoring the tragedy in spite of repeated incidents of death due to open drains, particularly the children.  

Two Were Crushed To Death In The Telangana 

 Two persons were killed when they were hit by a car near Beechupally in Telangana's Jogulamba Gadwal district on Sunday.  

ABVP Demanded Action Against Sri Chaitanya College For The Death Of A Student  

Ranga Reddy/Hyderabad, Aug 15 (Hydnow): There was a tense atmosphere in front of the gate of Sri Chaitanya College under the Adibalta Police limit.  The ABVP leaders demanded an inquiry into…

Man Hacked to Death in Zaheerabad

In a shocking incident, a man was hacked to death at Nallampally village in Raikode Mandal on Friday morning.

Congress Demands Accountability For Deaths Caused by Poor Road Conditions

The Congress party has blamed the negligence of the GHMC and the BRS government for the tragic road accident involving an 8-year-old girl in the Bachupalli area.

Man Stabbed to Death For Harassing Woman

A young woman stabbed a young man to death because he was harassing her.

Two Women Died in Gandhi Hospital After Delivery

The death of two women after delivery at a government-run hospital in Hyderabad sparked protest by their relatives on Friday.

CM KCR Mourns over Death of Lata Mangeshkar

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has expressed deep grief over the death of Lata Mangeshkar. In a statement, the CM said that her death had left an indelible mark…