A man in Hyderabad runs a foundation for doing pioneering service by performing the last rites of unclaimed and unidentified bodies. K Rajeshwar Rao, the founder of Satya Harishchandra Foundation started photographing unknown bodies soon after they were sent to the morgue. Satya Harishchandra Foundation stands as a repository of information about unknown bodies and unknown patients. The foundation preserves the data of unclaimed bodies even after the cremation. Rao started a website to make the data easily available for anyone and everyone. The website is www.unknownbodies.org. So far, Rao has cremated 13, 000 unclaimed bodies.
A Hyderabadi woman has written the entire Bhagavad Gita on over 4000 rice grains. This micro artist is surprising people by her talent. Ramagiri Swarika makes drawings on rice grains, which seems easy but needed full focus and concentration. This art of Ramagiri is also recognised by Wonder Book of Records and India Book of records. She also received First Young Woman Micro Artist from North Delhi Cultural Academy. She has done over 2,000 micro arts. Ramagiri is doing micro art since 2016.
The festive season is proving to be a boon for shopkeepers across the country. Footfall has increased, helping them recover financial loss they suffered due to COVID-19. In Delhi, shopkeepers at Lajpat Nagar market were elated with rise in customers. "With festive season starting, crowds have started pouring in. We covered 70-80% sale yesterday. We're hoping for a good weekend," said VK Gupta, VP, Lajpat Nagar Traders Association. Sarojini Nagar market also witnessed a surge in footfall as customers started thronging shops. "Customers have increased by 10-15% compared to last month. We are hoping that festive season will be good for both business and footfall," said Prem Goel, Shopkeeper. Meanwhile, shopkeepers in Bengaluru breathed a sigh of relief as their sale slightly increased during Navratri festivities.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Friday requested Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to investigate the drug connection of actor Vivek Oberoi and filmmaker Sandip Ssingh. "Bengaluru Police have come here to probe drug connection of Vivek Oberoi and filmmaker Sandip Ssingh. But NCB is not taking up the investigation. We will request NCB to investigate the drug connection and if they don't, Mumbai Police will do it," said Deshmukh. Meanwhile, the City Crime Branch (CCB), Bengaluru has served notice to actor Vivek Oberoi's wife Priyanka Alva Oberoi over links with brother Adithya Alva in connection with the Sandalwood drug case, the concerned officials said on Friday.
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A dentist was rescued after he got kidnapped in Bandlagud area on October 27. Cyberabad police solved the case within 12 hours. Commissioner of Police of Cyberabad, VC Sajjanar said, "Seven people have been arrested for kidnapping a dentist in Bandlagud area yesterday. A total of 13 people are involved in this incident and 6 accused absconding will be nabbed soon. The case was solved in less than 12 hours and in less than 24 hours we saved the victim."
Commissioner of Police of Cyberabad, VC Sajjanar visited flood-affected areas of Hyderabad on Oct 18. During his visit, he reviewed situation at Rajendra Nagar, Gagan Pahad Village Pond, Old Kurnool Road and Ali Nagar area. He requested residents to stay indoors in order to remain safe. After continuous heavy downpour, Hyderabad has submerged into rainwater.