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Crime In Hyderabad (25.4.2016)

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Big quantity of fake ghee seized

(Siasat News): The South Zone Team of Commissioner Task Force raided a godown in Moosaram Bagh and seized 4000 literes of fake ghee.

One Shiva Eshwaran was ‘manufacturing’ the fake product on a large scale using edible oil, vanaspati and cream. He has been supplying it under the label ‘Thiru Murugan Ghees’ to small shops in the city.

Police arrested the man and handed him over to Malakpet police station along with the seized material. According to police, the accused wanted to earn easy money.

He used to buy the cheapest oil and other ingredients, manufactured the product and sold it as ghee. Road side vendors used to buy it because it was cheaper.

A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

Five killed in two road accidents

(Siasat News): Five people killed in two road accidents in Ranga Reddy district. In the first mishap, three people were killed and 15 were injured when RTC bus collided with a truck at Shivareddy Pet in Vikarabad.

The RTC bus was proceeding to Hyderabad. It was a head on collision. Three people who sustained head injuries died on the spot while the others were shifted to hospitals.

Both vehicles were moving fast and the drivers did not see each other as there was a curve on the road.

In the second accident, two youngsters died and one man was seriously injured when a tractor hit a bike at Pargi. The victims were triple-riding on their bike.

The tractor was proceeding to Gudur while the victims were going in the opposite direction. A case of reckless driving is registered and further investigations are on.

Failure in exam led to suicide

(Siasat News): A student of Inter I Year took the extreme step of ending his life by jumping before a running train as he was failed in his Inter I year exams.

According to railway police Kachiguda, the deceased Ravinderchari, 17, was the son of one Venkatachari, resident of Indira Nagar colony near Arts College.

He was an average student but recently when he was failed in his Inter I year exams, he was very disappointed.

Yesterday, he jumped before a running train between Seetafalmandi and Arts College railway stations to end his life.

Railway police is further investigating.

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