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Preserve bodies of accused till December 9, orders Telangana High Court

Mid-Day Saturday, 7 December 2019
*Hyderabad:* The Telangana High Court on Friday directed authorities to preserve, till December 9, the bodies of all four accused gunned down by police near Shadnagar town during investigation into woman veterinarian's gang-rape and murder. The court issued the direction after an emergency hearing late Friday evening. Various...
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