...kage to assist the families of the victims. Rescue workers have so far recovered six bodies from the Beas river in Himachal Pradesh while search is on for 18 other missing students. The students from
...coastal district, about 550 km from Hyderabad. The prime minister has announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs.2 lakh each to the next of kin of those
Hyderabad, June 25 ((Cnews)) Six people, including five government employees, were killed and two injured when a truck ran over them in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district Wednesday, police said. The dead include two officials of
Hyderabad/New Delhi, June 27 ((Cnews)) Fifteen villagers were burnt to death and 30 injured Friday as a huge fire and deafening explosions caused by a suspected leak engulfed a GAIL gas pipeline in Andhra Pradesh, officials said.
...hours. Narasimhan was questioned as a witness in the case. Narasimhan, 68, is the third governor to be quizzed in the case by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which previously questioned former Goa governor
Hyderabad, June 27 ((Cnews)) Fifteen villagers were burnt to death and 30 injured Friday as a huge fire and deafening explosions caused by suspected leak engulfed a GAIL gas pipeline in Andhra Pradesh, officials said.
New Delhi, June 27 ((Cnews)) Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday expressed his grief over the death of 14 people in gas pipeline blast in a Andhra Pradesh district early Friday. The blast bursted and caused
...mise of good jobs but who were exploited and living in sub-human conditions. The court described the situation in Odisha regarding the plight of migrant workers as “andhergardhi”. A bench of Justice T.S. Thakur,
New Delhi June 27 ((Cnews)) The government Friday announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs.25 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased in Friday’s GAIL pipeline explosion in Andhra Pradesh. Compensation for the injured
...d that the heroin trafficking chain started from Afghanistan, passed through Pakistan and had distribution links in India and Sri Lanka. The names mentioned above are those of the drug-lords in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka