16 lives, countless dreams
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9 Janga Yadaiah, 24, driver
Yadaiah and two other friends had gone to Dilsukhnagar, probably to watch a movie, said his uncle G Rathnam. "When he suffered injuries and was taken to a hospital the staff there found his ID card and called his sister. She informed us and we searched for him. We found him on Friday around 4 am but were able to collect the body only in the afternoon because the police delayed the process," Rathnam said.
10 Macha Giri, 21, tea stall worker
A worker at the Ramesh Tea Stall in Dilsukhnagar, Giri was killed when he went to visit a chicken stall where his father worked near one of the blast sites, said elder brother Swamy. "We are a poor family from Nalgonda. Each of us has small jobs to get by," he said.
Others who died in the blasts are Chogaram Kaloji, 25, a Rajasthani worker at the Dilsukh Hotel; Aijaz Ahmed, 21, an engineering student of the SGM Polytechnic; Mutyala Rajashekhar, 24, an MBA graduate looking for a job; B Sreenivasa Reddy, 21, a student from Kurnool living as a paying guest in the Dilsukhnagar area; N Venkateshwarulu, 56, a junior assistant in the state veterinary department who lived in the Malakpet area near the blast site; and Gunta Tirupati, 25, from Karimnagar.
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