Students can download the date sheet from the official website, tsbie.cgg.gov.in.
The accused were killed in the early hours of Friday when they allegedly snatched weapons from the police.
People were spotted cheering for police at the encounter site where the four accused were killed in an encounter.
There was a sense of closure for the victim’s family as they heard the news Friday morning that the accused were shot dead by the Telangana Police at the same spot where her body was set afire after the gang rape on November 27.
The murder of woman took place at Ammapalli temple near Siddulagutta of Shadnagar. According to the reports, the woman is aged 35 and was murdered by setting ablaze with petrol.
Terming the incident unfortunate, he said the woman should have called the police instead of her sister as this could have saved her.
The family heard a loud sound and rushed out to see what happened.
A case has been registered under Section 380 of the IPC in this regard.
Depressed over not receiving salary for two months and due to fear of losing his job, a driver of TSRTC ended his life in Mahabubabad town.
Appeals were also made to all social media users to exercise restraint and not to post any content, which would create communal disharmony and disturb law and order.
The wish of A Ramya of becoming a Commissioner of Police for a day was presented by Make a Wish’ foundation
A customer who was served Biryani found hair in the food and took to the notice of the staff who ignored it.
In the note, the woman also alleged they made vulgar comments on her and had been harassed by some of her colleagues when she was posted in Bhopal earlier.
The spate of suicide attempts comes after Telangana CM KC Rao announced dismissal of around 48,000 TSRTC employees, who are on an indefinite strike from Oct 5.
Mounika’s family members along with members of Telangana Jana Samithi demanded L&T to pay Rs 50 lakh and provide a job for a family member as compensation.
Hyderabad’s Fever Hospital, popularly known as Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases, is teeming with patients including many with suspected dengue symptoms.
The incident occurred in Adraspalli village on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Wednesday but came to light on Thursday. The police identified the youth as Bovini Anjaneyulu.
However, there were no casualties in the incident as the passengers onboard got alerted with smoke.
Several students were disallowed and stopped at the entrance of St Francis College for Women because their kurti was an inch above their knees.