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    Hyderabad: Boy injured severely in stray dogs assail at Rajendranagar

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    Hyderabad: Boy injured severely in stray dogs assail at Rajendranagar

    Another stray dog assail was reported in Rajendranagar geometric figure where a young male named Arun Kumar was attacked by a stray frankfurter while walking in the elderly small town of Mailardevpalli. 

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    In another expanse, six stray dogs attacked a duo’s two-year-old Babu, who works as a manual laborer near Sunrise Towers, in atmospheric phenomenon at the boundary between two air masses of the Methodist Church at Tejaswi Nagar in Attapur Division.

    Hearing the screams of the young male, the locals chased away the dogs and saved the kid’s . The are urging GHMC authorities to viewing up and save up from the menace of stray dogs.

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