Mecca Masjid blast case: NIA judge who acquitted five accused reports to work as Hyderabad HC rejects resignation
In his resignation letter, K Ravinder Reddy cited "personal reasons" for his decision and urged that his resignation be accepted and proceeded on leave for 15 days.
Former general secretary Prakash Karat made it categorically clear that there cannot and should not be any political understanding with the Congress.
Presenting the draft political tactical line before the delegates, Karat made the majority stance clear, saying an alliance with the Congress - a bourgeois party - is not at all possible.
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After being trolled by a section of Pawan Kalyan's fans on social media, actor Sri Reddy launched a scathing attack on him using choicest expletives, and proceeded to make an offensive gesture too.
To ensure nothing illegal is smuggled into city, policemen in ‘mufti’ have been scattered all over Old City, sources say.
Next time you visit Almond House, the sweet house in KPHB, do speak to the manager and head to the third and fourth floor of their building.
Aatiq is a bangle maker who lost his relatives in the blast, had his hopes pinned on the verdict.
Tension palpable in the Old City of Hyderabad after the special NIA court acquitted all five accused in the Mecca Masjid blast case
Monday's verdict led to a political slugfest -- from New Delhi to Hyderabad.
IF the five accused who were acquitted on Monday were not responsible for the blast, and if hundreds of those who were initially arrested and later released were innocent too, who are the actual perpe
‘Investigators did not brief witnesses properly’, says police official over Hyderabad Mecca Masjid Blast
The most intriguing part of the whole affair, which NIA insiders describe as ‘’hush-hush’’ with regard to the Mecca Masjid blast probe, was when the investigators reportedly made no efforts to brief t
Eleven years after a powerful bomb blast ripped through the historic Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad, the Special Court for NIA cases acquitted all the five accused.
As Superintendent of police with the National Investigation Agency (NIA), IPS officer Pratibha Ambedkar -- based in Hyderabad then -- was vigorously pursuing the Mecca Masjid blast case.
K Ravinder Reddy today resigned, barely hours after acquitting the five accused in the Mecca Masjid blast case, a senior judicial official said.