Mohammad Taufeeq, the terrorist who was killed in an encounter at Jammu and Kashmir was a thief before he became a jihadi. It may be recalled that the terrorist outfit, Ansar Ghazwatul Hind had celebrated his martyrdom and said that Taufeeq hailed from Hyderabad.
New Delhi: In a revelation that could prompt security agencies to ponder, the Ansar Ghazwatul Hind has said that one of the terrorists killed in a recent encounter hails from Hyderabad.
The terror group in its March issue of its mouthpiece, Al-Nasr says that Mohammad Taufeeq who was killed with two terrorists in South Kashmir hailed from Hyderabad.
A key accused in the Hyderabad Dilsukhnagar blasts has been arrested. He was brought to Hyderabad and handed over to the Telangana CID. The Interpol had arrested the accused Shafiq Muzabir in Doha following which he was deported to India.
The security checks in Hyderabad ahead of Ivanka Trump’s visit was hectic and the Americans and Indian agencies spared no effort to make it fool proof. The daughter of US President Donald Trump who is also his adviser arrived in Hyderabad by a chartered flight with her own security which also included a bullet proof car.
The two terrorists arrested in West Bengal had visited South India. It is not clear why they paid a visit to a southern state and this has now formed part of the investigation.
It was a mammoth cloudburst that triggered the heavy rainfall in Hyderabad on Monday evening. The city received 13.25 cm of rain in just two hours. At least 7 people were killed owing to heavy rains. 50 per cent of the city remained blacked out due to the heavy rains.
Tufail had a stone business in Myanmar. He was forced out of the country and had to bear the agony of seeing his wife being killed in front of his eyes. This is the tale of one of the many Rohingya Muslims living in the camps in the outskirts of Hyderabad.
Your train journey between Nagpur in Maharashtra and Hyderabad in Telangana will be covered in three hours. The current travel time is nine hours.
Following the order of the High Court to attach properties of the Dera Sacha Sauda, the revenue department in Telangana verified land belonging to the ashram near Hyderabad.
Three persons from Kashmir were arrested in Hyderabad as they had not stood up for the National Anthem. A complaint was filed with the Rajendranagar police after the three men refused to stand for the National Anthem which was played before the screening of a movie.