A ward volunteer sustained severe burns, while rescuing 10 persons from three burning houses at Rompicherla village in Repalle mandal on Saturday.
Cop dons motivator’s hat: Nagaland IPS officer to interview achievers on radio in bid to inspire others
He tied up with All India Radio Mokokchung to interview successful people from various walks of life and broadcast the videos.
Jharkhand makes its surrender policy inviting so that ‘red cadres’ quickly return to mainstream.
After a second lease of life, Dr Nitin Pandey decided to start cancer awareness among people through his clinic and outside.
According to Paalni, it was the happiest moment in her life as she would now be able to make her dreams come true.
Tabia Iqbal belongs to Shangus in Nowgam area of Anantnag. She secured 452 out of 500 marks despite struggling with speech and hearing impairments.
Devprayag Police have taken the initiative to discourage cocktail parties in weddings in rural areas under its jurisdiction.
Train Operator P M Rajeev and Egmore Metro Station Controller J Rajesh were honoured for providing immediate assistance when a passenger had a medical emergency on Wednesday
Jagan met the 12-year-old class 8 student of Narayana English Medium High School in Nidadavolu at his camp office in Tadepalli, and congratulated her.
Anna Mathai, 93, of Parambil house, Thazhemunda, near Poothadi in Wayanad, is a die-hard fan of the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
Sindhura has been working with Animal Caretakers, a group formed by friends just over two years ago which has rescued over 1,000 animals from Vijayawada and the nearby locations.
Information is drawn from several resources and is available in various languages, including, English, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi and Kannada.
Despite this, police managed to execute the green channel and cover the distance of nearly 12 km in a span of 15 minutes, which otherwise takes nearly 45 minutes to span in heavy traffic.
Rajesh Patil is from a small village of Maharashtra, who kept a promise made to his ‘tai’ when he cleared UPSC exams to become a municipal commissioner, reports Sudhir Suryawanshi
Braving death threats, this young divisional forest officer along with villagers checked deforestation in Lohardaga and planted over three lakh trees.