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Telangana stir: Life in Hyderabad, Secunderabad paralysed by strike

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Normal life in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad was paralysed today in response to a call given by the Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (JAC) for intensifying the "Sakala Janula Samme" (General Strike) for the cause of a separate Telangana state, which entered the 18th day today.

32 TDP MLAs quit to press demand for separate Telangana state

As many as 32 legislators of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in Telangana region resigned from Assembly afresh this evening.

The legislators met Assembly Secretary Raja Sadaram and submitted their resignations.

The TDP Telangana legislators met at their office inside the Assembly this morning and decided to submit their resignations after more than six hours of discussions.

The legislators said they would bring pressure on Speaker Nadendla Manohar to accept their resignations forthwith.

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Telangana stir hits IT sector, industries shut down

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The Telangana people's strike (Sakaulu Janula Samme), which entered the 14th day today, hit the Information Technology sector today when pro-Telangana activists organised a road blockade in the Hitech City and prevented employees of various multi-national companies from going to work.

After rail blockade, Telangana region to witness industrial strike

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The two-day rail blockade and the strike by autorickshaw drivers in support of the demand for a separate state of Telangana ended today and the Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (TPJAC) announced a two-day industrial strike from tomorrow.

Normal life affected due to general strike by Telangana activists

Normal life in the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh was affected for the second consecutive day today due to the two-day rail blockade called by the Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) in support of their demand for a separate state.


Telangana stir hits people hard, transport system disrupted

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Commuters across the Telangana region had a harrowing time as the rail blockade and an autorickshaw strike, which began today, virtually brought the public transport system to a grinding halt on the 12th day of the agitation for a separate state.

Public transport system disrupted in Telangana region

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The two-day "rail roko" and "auto bandh" in support of the ongoing agitation for a separate Telangana state evoked a mixed response with vehicular movement in the ten districts of the region disrupted drastically.

General strike for separate Telangana state turns violent

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The general strike across the ten districts of Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh in support of a separate state today turned violent with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) workers clashing in several places, leading to a police lathi-charge in Warangal.

Janardhana Reddy sent to judicial custody till Oct 3

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A special court here today sent former Karnataka Minister and mining baron Gali Janardhana Reddy and his brother-in-law and Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC) Managing Director B Srinivas Reddy to judicial custody till October 3 in an illegal mining case.

India slips to 5th spot in ICC ODI rankings; lowest in 3 years

The Indian team's failure to register a single win in the one-day series against England has reduced the World Champions to slip to the fifth spot in the latest ICC one-day rankings issued today, their lowest position in three years.


"It is Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side's lowest ranking since October 2008 when it spent three months at the number five position to sum up a disappointing summer in England where it slipped from number one position in the ICC Test Championship to third spot after losing all the four matches," the ICC said in a statement.


India entered the series in third position on 117 ratings points and finished on 112 points after they lost the second, third and fifth ODIs while the first match at Chester-le-Street was washed-out and the fourth at Lord's had ended in a tie.


In contrast, after remaining unbeaten in the entire series, the English side have earned six rating points to gain a place and move to the fourth spot, three points behind third-ranked South Africa.


However, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side will have a chance to not only reclaim lost ground but potentially move to second depending on how it performs in the five-ODI series against England which starts at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on October 14.


But India will also have an eye on how the three-ODI series between South Africa and Australia, which starts at Centurion on October 19, pans out.


Meanwhile, Pakistan have gained one ratings point for their 3-0 win against Zimbabwe. However, there is no change in their ranking as they stay in sixth position - 11 behind India and as many ahead of seventh-ranked New Zealand.


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PM calls up Azharuddin to condole son's death

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today spoke with Congress MP and former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin, whose son Ayazuddin, 19, died yesterday after being critically injured in a motorcycle accident last Sunday.


Official sources said the Prime Minister called up Azharuddin over the telephone and condoled the death of his son.


Azharuddin is currently a member of the Lok Sabha representing the Moradabad constituency in Uttar Pradesh.


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Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin dies of injuries suffered in motorcycle accident

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Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Mohammed Ayazuddin died in a private hospital here today of injuries he suffered in a motorcycle accident on Sunday.

"Mr Mohammed Ayazuddin expired at 1151 am on 16-09-2011 due to hypoxic encephalopathy following road traffic accident," the Apollo Hospital said in a statement.

Ayazuddin, 19, a promising young cricketer, was critically injured on Sunday morning when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the Ring Road. His cousin, Ajmal-ur-Rahman, who was riding pillion, had succumbed to his injuries soon after being admitted to hospital.

Yesterday, Dr K Hari Prasad, the CEO of the Apollo Hospital, had said in a bulletin that brain function tests conducted on Ayazuddin indicated brain dysfunction.

Ayazuddin had been brought to the hospital in an unconscious state and his neurological status (following hypoxia due to cardiac arrest prior to arrival at the hospital) had remained a cause of grave concern throughout the last five days.

He had multi-organ failure and was being continuously monitored by a multi-specialty team round the clock. His vital parameters were being maintained with supports and he remained on a ventilator.

Two days ago, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin had continuous bleeding from the injury to the left kidney and a left nephrectomy had been performed on him.

According to it, Ayazuddin was admitted to the hospital on Sunday in a "collapsed state" with "polytrauma" following the accident.

It said he had had multiple cardiac arrests and was revived following multiple interventions and massive blood transfusions. He has extensive chest and kidney injury, the bulletin had said on Monday.

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Ayazuddin's status still critical, doctors hint at brain dysfunction

Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son, Mohammed Ayazuddin, who was critically injured in a road accident here on Sunday, continued to be in a "critical" condition, the Apollo Hospital here said.


Dr K Hari Prasad, the CEO of the hospital, said in a bulletin this evening that brain function tests conducted on Ayazuddin, the 19-year-old second son of Azharuddin, indicated brain dysfunction.


Ayazuddin met with the accident when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the road. His cousin who was riding pillion died in the mishap.


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Azharuddin's son remains in critical condition in Hyderabad hospital

Doctors treating former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on Sunday, said today that his status continued to remain critical.


Dr Hari Prasad, CEO, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, where Ayazuddin, 19, has been admitted, said he remained unconscious and his neurological status (following hypoxia due to cardiac arrest prior to arrival at the hospital) continued to be a cause of grave concern.


"He is being continuously monitored by a multi-specialty team round the clock. His vital parameters are being maintained with supports and he continues to be on the ventilator," he added.


Yeserday, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin had continuous bleeding from the injury to the left kidney and a left nephrectomy had been performed yesterday morning.


On Monday, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin, the second son of Azharuddin, had multi-organ failure and was being supported with medication and other treatment to maintain his vital functions. It had said that the prognosis and outcome were guarded due to the severity of the injury.


According to it, Ayazuddin was admitted to the hospital on Sunday in a "collapsed state" with "polytrauma" following the accident.


It said he had had multiple cardiac arrests and was revived following multiple interventions and massive blood transfusions. He has extensive chest and kidney injury, the bulletin had said on Monday.


Meanwhile, Azharuddin, now a Congress Lok Sabha member from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, flew in here from London early on Monday. His sister's son Ajmal-ur-Rahman, 16, was killed in the same accident.


Ayazuddin met with the accident when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the road. His cousin Ajmal was riding pillion. Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.


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Azharuddin's son continues to be in critical condition in Hyderabad hospital

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Doctors treating former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on Sunday, said today that he continued to be in a critical condition.

A bulletin issued by the Apollo Hospital here this evening said Ayazuddin has remained unconscious and his neurological status (following hypoxia due to cardiac arrest prior to arrival at the hospital) continued to be a cause of grave concern.

"He is being continuously monitored by a multi-specialty team round the clock. He had continuous bleeding from the injury to the left kidney and left nephrectomy was performed this morning. His vital parameters are being maintained with supports and he continues to be on the ventilator. His status remains to be critical," the bulletin added.

Yesterday, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin, the 19-year-old second son of Azhaurddin, had multi-organ failure and was being supported with medication and other treatment to maintain his vital functions. It had said that the prognosis and outcome were guarded due to the severity of the injury.

According to it, Ayazuddin was admitted to the hospital on Sunday in a "collapsed state" with "polytrauma" following the accident.

It said he had had multiple cardiac arrests and was revived following multiple interventions and massive blood transfusions. He has extensive chest and kidney injury, the bulletin had added yesterday.

Meanwhile, Azharuddin, now a Congress Lok Sabha member from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, flew in here from London early yesterday and rushed to the hospital after consoling his sister, whose 16-year-old son, Ajmal-ur-Rahman, was killed in the accident.

Ayazuddin met with the accident when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the road. His cousin Ajmal was riding pillion.

Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.

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CBI court rejects bail pleas of Janardhan Reddy, Srinivas

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In a setback to mining baron and former Karnataka Minister Gali Janardhan Reddy and Obalpuram Mining Co (OMC) Manging Director B V Srinivas Reddy, the Nampally special Court for CBI cases today rejected their bail petitions and remanded them to six days in custody till September 19 as sought by the investigating agency.

Azharuddin's son continues to be in "very critical condition"

Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Mohammed Ayazuddin, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident here yestrday, continued to battle for his life at the Apollo Hospital today.


A bulletin issued by the hospital said Ayazuddin, the 19-year-old second son of Azharuddin, continued to be in a "very critical condition" and was currently on ventilator.


"He has multi-organ failure and is being supported with medication and other treatment to maintain his vital functions. The prognosis and outcome are guarded due to the severity of the injury and continued instability.


"A specialist team of doctors are working round-the-clock to ensure the best medical care possible," the bulletin said.


According to it, Ayazuddin was admitted to the hospital yesterday in a "collapsed state" with "polytrauma" following the accident.


It said he had had multiple cardiac arrests and was revived following multiple interventions and massive blood transfusions. He has extensive chest and kidney injury, the bulletin added.


Meanwhile, Azharuddin, now a Congress Lok Sabha member from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, flew in here from London early today and rushed to the hospital after consoling his sister, whose 16-year-old son, Ajmal-ur-Rahman, was killed in the accident.


Ayazuddin met with the accident when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the road. His cousin Ajmal was riding pillion.


Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.


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Azharuddin's son continues to battle for life

Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Mohammed Ayazuddin, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident here yesterday, continued to battle for his life at the Apollo Hospital today.


Azharuddin, now a Congress Lok Sabha member from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, flew in here from London early today and rushed to the hospital after consoling his sister whose 16-year-old son Ajmal-ur-Rahman died in the same accident.


Dr Mahesh Joshi, Head Emergency Medicine, at Apollo Hopsital, said Ayazuddin, the 19-year-old second son of Azharuddin, was still on ventilator.


A multi-specialty team of doctors is closely monitoring his condition and continuing medication to maintain his blood presssure.


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Azharuddin's nephew killed, son critically injured in road mishap in Hyderabad

Former Indian cricket captain and Member of Parliament Mohammed Azharuddin's nephew Ajmal was killed and his son Ayazuddin critically injured in a motorcycle accident here this morning.


Both were rushed to the Apollo Hospital here, where doctors said that, despite their best efforts, they could not save the life of Ajmal, the son of Azharuddin's sister.


They said the condition of Ayazuddin, 19, was "extremely critical". He had suffered injuries in the head, chest and abodomen, they said.


According to Rajendra Nagar police, Ayazuddin, who is studying for his B.Com, was reportedly riding a sports bike when he met with the accident on Outer Ring Road near Narsingh toll gate. Ajmal was the pillion rider.


On hearing about the accident, Azharuddin, said to be in London, had left for Hyderabad, sources said. Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.


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Azharuddin’s son seriously injured in road accident

Former Indian cricket captain and Member of Parliament Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin was critically injured in a motorcycle accident, and was admitted to a private hospital here this morning.


According to Rajendranagar police, 20-year-old Ayazuddin, who is studying for his B.Com, was reportedly riding a sports bike when he met with the accident on Outer Ring Road near Narsingh toll gate.


The pillion rider, a relative of Ayazuddin, was also injured in the incident. Both of them were admitted to a hospital in the Jubilee Hills area of the city, where the condition of Ayazuddin was stated to be critical.


On hearing about the accident, Azharuddin had left for Hyderabad, sources said.


Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.


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GAIL Gas, APGIC, APGDC in pact for city distribution in Andhra Pradesh

GAIL Gas Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the public sector gas major GAIL (India) Limited has signed a Share Holders Agreement (SHA) with Andhra Pradesh Gas Infrastructure Corporation Limited (APGIC) and Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation Limited (APGDC) for restructuring of APGDC which will pursue city gas distribution opportunities in the state.

Reddy loyalists stone govt. offices during Bellary strike

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A strike called by loyalists of mining baron and former state Minister G Janardhana Reddy, who was arrested yesterday by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in an illegal mining case in Andhra Pradesh, turned violent when miscreants attacked government offices and threw stones at public transport buses here today.

MLAs supporting Jagan meet Governor on resignation issue

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Legislators loyal to YSR Congress Party President Y S Jaganmohan Reddy today called on Governor E S L Narasimhan at Raj Bhavan and appealed to him to prevail upon the Speaker of the Legislativee Assembly to accept their resignations immediately.

Janardhan Reddy, aide arrested by CBI, sent to 14 days' judicial custody

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today arrested former Karnataka Tourism Minister and mining baron G Janardhan Reddy in an early morning raid at his premises in Bellary as part of its ongoing probe into alleged illegal mining operations by his company in Andhra Pradesh.

CBI arrests Janardhan Reddy, aide in illegal mining case; seize Rs 4.5 crore, 30 kg gold

The CBI on Monday arrested former Karnataka Tourism and Infrastructure Development Minister and mining baron G Janardhan Reddy in an early morning raid at his premises in Bellary as part of its ongoing probe into alleged illegal mining operations by his company in Andhra Pradesh.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today arrested former Karnataka Tourism and Infrastructure Development Minister and mining baron G Janardhan Reddy in an early morning raid at his premises in Bellary.

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