The police seized Rs. 1.11 crore, three cards, four laptops, 23 mobile phones, debit cards, cheque books and other articles from them.
Hyderabad: A gang that exploited a few loopholes in the vehicle registration certificate issuing process and forged RCs apart from cheating the Regional Transport...
Hyderabad: The Cyberabad Police have intensified the special drive against drugs, particularly marijuana, and have been carrying out continuous raids across the commissionerate. On...
Hyderabad: In a major crackdown on gambling and betting, the Cyberabad Police on Wednesday busted multiple cricket betting rackets and nabbed 23 persons. The police...
Hyderabad: The Cyberabad police have reportedly arrested a couple on charges of attempting to break into a private bank ATM centre at Raidurgam on...
The first time saw him walking his way into the Lord’s ground during the second Test and setting the field for the Indian team
The video shows the Audi racing along the rain-drenched road and hitting the auto from behind, sending it into an uncontrollable spin before crashing into the roadside, killing the passenger and injuring the driver.
“People are getting carried away with lucrative offers and without verifying, are placing orders and transferring money through debit/credit cards,” Cybercrime officials said
A vehicle loaded with the donated stuff, which will be distributed to old age homes, orphanages and the poor, was flagged off by Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar
Traffic officials said every month about 25 to 30 persons die in hospitals while undergoing treatment for injuries sustained in road accidents
Officials said citizens should not have any misconception that drunk driving tests are conducted only on those in cars and bigger vehicles.
It had come to light that members of WhatsApp groups were alerting each other about traffic police checks taken up on different road stretches, said S M Vijay Kumar, DCP (Traffic)
Hyderabad: The Cyberabad Police have collected 743 units of blood through blood donation camps organised on the eve of Police Commemoration Day. On Tuesday, the...
According to the Cybercrime officials, these fraudsters are hoisting their fake websites containing their mobile or contact numbers. Those in need of a customer care number of any product or service usually search for such details on Google.
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