The youngster, who was caught during a theft, was sent home as he was in an inebriated condition. Later in the night he returned to the police station and set himself on fire.
As many as 62 personnel of Hyderabad city Police, including one Reserve Inspector, two head constables, 50 constables, five home guards and four from CAR headquarters, have recovered from COVID-19.
A complaint was lodged with the Hyderabad cyber crime police for posting objectionable content on Indian Army personnel.
Acting on a tip-off, officials conducted raids at the police station on Thursday and caught the accused officers.
While the girl died of a deep injury in the throat, the accused is undergoing treatment at a private hospital after he cut himself using the same blade.
Police are searching for a man for allegedly cheating several investors under the pretext of selling open plots at a cheaper price at Madhapur.
According to the police, the modus operandi of the operation is that they pose as travel agents and middlemen for doing vehicle registration work at different transport departments.
Karkhana police on Tuesday arrested three persons for stealing a high-end Ferrari car worth `2 crore from a businessman’s residence in Secunderabad.
The IPS officer was on his morning walk when he noticed that his pet dog was barking furiously at the bushes near his car parking.
The Police Commissioner said that the city police remain committed to exemplary conduct of its officers and protection of dignity of all its citizens.
The woman then called her father, who is a journalist with a magazine. The latter rushed to the place and had an argument with the police.
The constables were identified as D Pancha Mukesh and B Suresh of Blue Colt 2 of Afzalgunj.
With the reopening of liquor shops after more than 40 days of lockdown, complaints over liquor consumption in public spaces have begun pouring in.
AT least 50 per cent of passes that were issued at the time of lockdown for travelling across the State have been cancelled by police officials on several grounds.
Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar interacted with 4,000 policemen through a video conference on Friday.