Thursday, December 9, 2021


Tractor driver held for vandalising idol of Lord Shiva in Nirmal

Nirmal: A youngster was arrested for allegedly vandalising an idol of Lord Shiva at a crematorium in Bhainsa, on Wednesday. Bhainsa Inspector M Praveen Kumar...

Moderate rain in Nirmal, Adilabad

Adilabad/Nirmal: Nirmal and Adilabad districts registered light to moderate rains, damaging crops and affecting road connectivity in rural areas on Tuesday. Nirmal district’s average rainfall...

Integrated market to be thrown open within six months in Bhainsa

Indrakaran Reddy laid the foundation stone for the integrated market in Bhainsa on Thursday along with the Mudhole MLA G Vittal Reddy.

Flood situation under control in Nirmal

The district’s average rainfall was assessed to be 122 mm from Thursday night to Friday morning.

NDRF teams rescue mother, newborn from flooded colony in Nirmal

The NDRF teams also rescued 19 persons trapped in floodwaters in Autonagar and NTR Nagar which were inundated in Bhainsa town

Nirmal: Officials deny deaths due to black fungus

Nirmal: Nirmal District Medical and Health Officer Dr Dhanraj has denied that the recent death of two persons from the district was caused by...

Scribe from Nirmal succumbs to Covid

Nirmal: A 41-year-old reporter working with a television news channel succumbed to Covid-19 while undergoing treatment at a hospital in Hyderabad on Friday. The deceased...

Telangana IPS Association condemns Bandi’s remarks against police officials

Hyderabad CP Anjani Kumar said the police personnel have been working with utmost dedication round-the-clock beyond working hours in the interest of the society

Internet services remain suspended for sixth day in Bhainsa

Section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) has been imposed in the town to prevent any untoward incidents

Teenager booked for raping three-year-old in Nirmal

Bhainsa Rural Sub-Inspector Punnam Chand said that the accused was a neighbour of the victim

Common people bear the brunt of communal clashes: Indrakaran

"Everyone wants peace. Strict action would be taken against those who provoke public sentiments and cause inconvenience," he said

Nizamabad MP Dharmapuri Aravind detained while on his way to Bhainsa

The BJP MP had planned to go to the Bhainsa and meet victims of Sunday’s clashes there

Bhainsa clashes: No room for lawlessness, says KTR

Eight persons, including two policemen, were injured in the clashes in different parts of the town on Sunday night, reportedly triggered by an accident involving two motorcycles

Rachakonda Police warns those circulating Bhainsa violence videos

The police said antisocial elements were found to be spreading rumours along with videos in social media and trying to fan communal violence in the city.

Tension in Bhainsa following clashes

A Sub-Inspector and five journalists covering the clashes suffered injuries.

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