India: Daily wage man kills daughter; claims financial troubles as reason

Sangareddy (Telangana), May 2 (PTI) A daily wage labourer allegedly killed his four-year-old daughter and claimed he killed her due to financial problems, police said on Saturday.

The 35-year-old man was father of two daughters and a son, police said. on Saturday.

India: Retired army Major booked for posting fake news

Hyderabad, Apr 27 (PTI) A retired Major of the Army was on Monday booked by the Cyberabad Police here for allegedly posting fake news on a social media platform, police said.

The Cyber Crime Police noticed that Twitter account holder "theskindoctor13" created a fake news article by editing an old news report in an English daily as 'Cyberabad Police Bans sale of Oranges in the City', an official release said.

India: Prolonged lockdown may push millions into margins of subsistence -Ex RBI Gov

Hyderabad, Apr 26 (PTI) A prolonged lockdown may possibly push million of Indians into the "margins of subsistence", former RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said on Sunday while expecting a 'V' curved recovery once the COVID-19 crisis ends and the turnaround in India to be faster than some economies.

He was participating in a webinar on "History repeats - but differently- Lessons for the post Corona World," organised by the Manthan Foundation here, in which former Deputy Governor of RBI Usha Thorat took part.

India: Young migrant worker from Bihar ends life in Telangana

Hyderabad, Apr 14 (PTI) A 24-year old migrant worker from Bihar allegedly committed suicide here reportedly upset over not being able to return home due to the coronavirus lockdown, police said on Tuesday.

The man, who belonged to Lakhisarai district, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in his rented room in Uppal area on Monday, they said.

India: Man booked in Hyderabad for spitting on the road

Hyderabad, Apr 11 (PTI): With the Telangana government banning spitting in public places in the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic, a police case has been registered here against a man for violating the rule.

During vehicle-checking on Friday, police found the man spitting on the road here and registered a case against him for disobedience to order duly promulgated by a public servant, police said.

India: Won't give MP funds of my area to PM relief fund

Aurangabad, Mar 31 (PTI) Aurangabad Lok Sabha MP and Maharashtra AIMIM chief Imtiyaz Jaleel on Tuesday said his local area development funds were meant for his constituency and he would not hand it over to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund in view of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

He said there were many problems in his area that need to be tackled and he would use the funds, also called the Member of Parliament Local Area Development (MPLAD) fund, for this purpose.

India: 6 who attended Nizamuddin congregation die of COVID-19

Hyderabad, Mar 30 (PTI) Six people from Telangana who attended a religious congregation in Delhi's Nizamuddin died due to the novel coronavirus, the state government said on Monday.

"Coronavirus has spread among some of those who attended a religious prayer meeting from March 13 to 15 at Markaz in Nizamuddin area in Delhi," according to an official release. "Among those who attended were some persons from Telangana."

India: Donations pour in for coronavirus relief in Telangana

Hyderabad, Mar 28 (PTI): Infrastructure major, Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited (MEIL) offered a helping hand to various states in the battle against coronavirus.

MEIL managing director PV Krishna Reddy has donated Rs 5 crore each to the Chief Minister's relief funds of AP and Telangana.

India: AIMIM should be banned, says new Telangana BJP chief

New Delhi, Mar 15 (PTI) Newly-appointed Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar said on Sunday the AIMIM should be banned for its link to "violence and terrorists" and claimed Congress workers will join the saffron organisation in large numbers as their party was staring at "disintegration" in the state.

India: Cong asks CM to stop NPR work in Telangana

Hyderabad, Mar 8 (PTI) Congress Telangana unit president and Lok Sabha member N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Sunday urged Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to stay all activities related to the National Population Register (NPR) in the state on the lines of the Kerala government and some other states.

He welcomed the move by the government to get a resolution adopted in the assembly against the Citizenship Amendment Act, NPR and National Register of Citizens.

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