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Ekta “Sanman” to Peace Ambassadors of Old City Riots. They suck their necks out to save other.

April 12, 2010 1 comment

Moment to cherish: Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Zone, presenting a memento to a volunteer at Sanman Programme - Honour to the Saviours of Hyderabad at Peace Ambassadors meeting in the city on Sunday.

Hyderabad: 11th of April 2010 The communal riots still haunt their lives and their emotions are visible in the way they recall the situations. In the midst of stone pelting and angry mobs, they stuck their necks out to save the lives of people in the old city.

While gave shelter to those who were stranded, others saw to it that the mobs were dispersed. Their stories might seem like movie scripts, but their will and bravery only shows their strong human spirit.

Recognising these courageous citizens, the Ekta Disaster Relief Committee, comprising 40 voluntary organisations, organised an interfaith meet for peace where six individuals were honoured as ‘Peace Ambassadors’ on Sunday evening. DCP (South) N. Madhusudan Reddy felicitated them at Urdu Ghar, Moghalpura. Read more…

‘Police closing in on conspirators’ of Riots in Old City of Hyderabad.

April 12, 2010 1 comment

The hands of the conspirators, who conspired unrest, killings, communal dishomony and engineered wide scale voilence. Police to act tough and live up to our demands of exposing the faces of terror and disunity.

HYDERABAD: A businessman, Deepak Kakad, was arrested by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the recent communal riots in the twin cities for sending provocative SMSes after the violence broke out, announced Additional Commissioner of Police (Crimes) K. Narasimha Reddy at a press conference here on Sunday.

The noose was also tightening around the main conspirators involved in the old city riots, he claimed. “We have clues and we will definitely nab them,” he said and explained that communal history-sheets would be opened against Read more…

No twists no turns let us say Kabool Hai. Sania Weds Shoeb.

April 12, 2010 1 comment

Sania Deserved best, this was my prayers always. I am happy she is married. May Allah bless them both. Amin

Hyderabad, Apr 12 (PTI) Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik tied the knot today, ending days of controversy and drama surrounding their high-profile wedding that took place three days ahead of original schedule.

The 23-year-old Sania and 28-year-old Shoaib originally planned to marry on April 15 but there was speculation that the date would be advanced after the tumultuous build-up.

“The nikah has now completed. Please pray for the couple,” Sania’s spokesperson Rucha Nayak told reporters here.

Decked in a red saree, which her mother Nasima wore in her nikah 25 years ago, Sania thus became the second wife of the Pakistani cricketer, who divorced his first wife Ayesha Siddiqui last week after much mud-slinging.

Shoaib, a former Pakistan captain, wore a black sherwani designed by Shantanu and Nikhil for the nikah ceremony held at hotel Taj Krishna.

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