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Bhainsa clashes: No room for lawlessness, says KTR

Eight persons, including two policemen, were injured in the clashes in different parts of the town on Sunday night, reportedly triggered by an accident involving two motorcycles

Telangana: Section 144 imposed in Bhainsa following clashes

SP Vishnu S Warrier said that besides imposing Section 144, a flag march was held, patrolling was intensified and police pickets were posted in several areas to bring the situation under control

Viral video of vehicle going up in flames not from Hyderabad

It had happened on the Warje Bridge in Pune, Maharashtra a few days ago, clarifies Cyberabad Traffic Police

Karimnagar, Warangal Smart City works on track: Vinod Kumar

There is no truth in the rumour and there is no question of stopping funds to Karimnagar and Warangal under the Smart City programme, said Telangana State Planning Board vice-chairman

SA-England ODI series to go ahead as players test Covid negative

A Cricket South Africa statement released said the latest round of tests were done Friday and they were "pleased to announce that the entire Proteas team has returned negative results"

Congress refutes reports of its Dubbak candidate leaving party

TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy said that a video which has become viral is aimed at damaging the prospects of Congress in the ongoing bye-election in Dubbak.

Rumours of Osmannagar tank breach spread panic among locals

As a precautionary measure the police posted a picket at the bund to prevent any mischief by unsocial elements.

Rumours of child kidnappers create panic in Adilabad’s tribal habitations

In order to safeguard these habitations, elders of the villages and handful of youngsters are patrolling the streets carrying large sticks

Facebook to remove fake posts on Oregon wildfires in US

There is no evidence Oregon's fires were caused by arson from far-left activists, reports NBC News.

Boneless chicken rate hits all-time high in Hyderabad

Even skinless chicken prices also shoot up as following shortage in poultry production

Liquor shop closure rumours trigger panic buying in Hyderabad

Officials said court’s direction to TN government to close all outlets could have prompted many to rush to the nearest shop

Social Media messages make people desist from buying mutton in Nalgonda

Nalgonda: Spread of fake news on social media platforms continued unabated in the district on Sunday and this time, the impact of circulation of...

Raveena Tandon starts campaign to stop attacks on medical fraternity

Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

COVID-19: Rumours put pressure on bank resources

Many visiting branches for balance enquiry

WhatsApp to limit sharing of frequently forwarded messages to one chat at a time

While the Facebook-owned platform has been battling the menace of spread of fake news through its platform, the introduction of the new feature comes at a time when WhatsApp is being actively used by people to stay connected amid lockdowns globally.

Don’t believe in rumours being spread: Srisailam EO

He gave clarification on regular services and religious rituals like ‘dhoopa’, ‘deepa’, ‘naivedya’ being held regularly, apart from conducting ‘mrityunjaya homam’, ‘aarogya paasupatha japam’ and seethaladevi homam’ at the temple by priests to ward off coronavirus

Animals can’t transmit COVID-19, stop creating panic: Maneka Gandhi

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader said: "The health department of this country has clearly said that animals do not have coronavirus and they cannot transmit coronavirus."

Appeal to people to stay away from rumours regarding coronavirus: PM Modi

People should avoid handshakes and start greeting others with 'namaste' once again, the Prime Minister added.

COVID-19: Cyberabad Police warns pharmacists not to create panic

Officials also warned of stringent action against those spreading rumours on social media

Eating non-veg food doesn’t cause coronavirus infection: Giriraj Singh

The industry has estimated about Rs 2,000 crore a day loss in the poultry sector alone as prices of chicken have declined by about 70 per cent in just a month alone to Rs 30 per kg in the wholesale market, he said.

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