Cyberabad CP Marks Republic Day at Cyberabad CPO
Cyberabad CP | Hyderabad, January 26 (Maxim News): Commissioner Of Police, Cyberabad, Stephen Raveendra here on Thursday hoisted the Indian national flag on the occasion of 74th Republic Day at Cyberabad CP office.
CP paid homage to the portraits of the great men who departed and remembered their great sacrifices. The CP Cyberabad extended his greetings to the Police personnel and citizens on the occasion.
CP said that “Our Constitution came into effect on this very day in the year 1950. Exactly 73 years ago, India became a Republic where people are supreme and have the collective power to shape their destiny. This is the day to celebrate our democratic ideals and be proud of its cherished history. I offer my heartfelt tributes to Baba Saheb Dr. BR Ambedkar and other architects of our Constitution”.
Jt.CP Avinash Mohanty, Jt. CP Traffic, Narayan Naik, DCP Traffic T Srinivasa Rao, Madhapur DCP Smt. Shilpavalli, DCP Shamshabad Jagadeeshwar Reddy, DCP Kavitha Dara, DCP Admin Indira, DCP Lavanya, DCP Cyber Crimes Ritiraj, ADCPs, ACPs, Inspectors, Ministerial Staff, and other officers of the Cyberabad Police were present. (Maxim News)
COVID-19 Cases Was 313 In First Week Of March, New 966 In The Third Week In Country
Delhi/Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim news): The number of Covid-19 cases in the country has been increasing steadily, with the daily average of 313 in the first week of March, rising to 966 in the third week. States like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Delhi are reporting the highest number of cases.
Neither Hindus nor Muslims are responsible for the Howrah violence, CM Mamata Blames BJP and Bajrang Dal
Kolkata/Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim News): Stone pelting has been going on since Thursday in Howrah. West Bengal during Sri Rama Navami Shobhayatra. Even as the police tried to bring the situation under control, stone pelting continued today.
Medical Student Hangs Self In Hostel Room
Nizamabad, March 31st: In a shocking incident, a MBBS student of the Nizamabad medical college was found hanging in the college hostel room on Friday morning.
Surge In Coronavirus Cases In The Country Creates Panic
Delhi/Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim News): Coronavirus cases are increasing again in the country. It is disturbing that thousands of cases are being registered every day. On March 29, 3 thousand positive cases were registered on March 30 it went up to 3,100 new cases, leading to panic.
TSPSC Paper Leak: ED Should Inquire How KTR Got The Exam Data: Revanth
Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim News): TPCC President, Revanth Reddy complained to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) Officials that the TSPSC paper leak case should be investigated by the ED.
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