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Overdoing tea and irregular meals, who hired other co-accused and hatched the conspiracy to kill Shirish Bangali, Share This Article Related Article A G Srivastava, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). but he refuses to believe his involvement in the murder of rationalist Dr Narendra Dabholkar in Pune on August 20 last year. A resident of Priyadarshini Colony of Sangli Naka in Ichalkaranji Ramvilas says he was shocked to know that the police arrested Manish for the murder of Dabholkar “I will not say that my son is an innocent person He is my only son He was supposed to be our support in old age But still I had forced him out of our house because of his involvement in criminal activities about two years ago However I am sure he has nothing to do with the Dabholkar murder case Police have arrested him due to the growing political pressure and unrest among the masses Police should understand that Dabholkar’s murder is not an ordinary case Police should not bother about political pressures and go on arresting wrong persons Arresting a wrong person means giving a clean chit to actual killers” says Ramvilas Manish is an SSC dropout His family has been into cloth business for many years Ramvilas wanted him to start some business Manish even started a mobile phone shop in Ichalkaranji area But he later came in contact with criminal elements says Ramvilas “Manish came in contact with Navneet Sharma a history-sheeter previously arrested in a murder case Manish also got dragged into criminal activities then I wanted him to do some good business But he entered into the business of illegal weapons So we asked him to leave home He was first arrested in Rajasthan in possession of illegal firearms Now he is being probed by the Thane police ATS and the Pune police While speaking to me the police did say that he could be a weapon dealer but he is not a murderer” says Ramvilas “Manish and Vikas Khandelwal were arrested by the Thane police for an extortion case in Mumbra on August 20 Mumbra police had been keeping a watch on him and his aides since August 17 Mumbra police have their cell phone call locations It shows they were not in Pune So we are sure they are not linked to Dabholkar case I will fight in court to prove their innocence” he says Ramvilas had met with a road accident in Mumbai about a month ago and sustained injuries “I could not come to Pune because I am not feeling well” he says According to the Kolhapur police Manish Nagori developed contacts with inter-state criminals and became a dreaded illegal firearms dealer The Kolhapur police had booked him under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for his alleged links with Sanjay Tehsildar gang involved in crimes like murder and firearms trade Manish’s name also cropped up during the investigation in the murder of gangster Bharat Tyagi The police said Manish had supplied firearms to the murderers of Tyagi in July 2013 A resident of Sangram chowk in Ichalkaranji Ramavtar Khandelwal father of suspect Vikas Khandelwal says the story “cooked up” by the Pune police that a pistol recovered from his son and the one used in the murder of Dabholkar was same left him “shocked” “We are into textile-related business Vikas is an HSC pass and he used to help me in our business There was an extortion case against him but it was following a dispute among family members He was never connected to any criminal gangs He had no other criminal history till he came in contact with Manish Nagori” says Ramavtar “Vikas left home due a dispute with the family a few months ago And then he was arrested along with Manish by the Mumbra police He had nothing against Dabholkar and the anti-superstition movement He was arrested only because he was accompanying Manish He used to visit Manish’s mobile shop We believe after leaving home he came close to Manish” he adds “Police have arrested Vikas in connection with Dabholkar’s murder But he was in Thane on the day Dabholkar was murdered Even the ATS had probed him for Dabholkar’s murder after arresting him in an Arms Act case The ATS officers told us that he was not involved in the Arms Act case Officers said they would be using Section 169 of the Criminal Procedure Code for discharging him from the Arms Act case Also he had no links at all with the murder in University of Pune and Hinjewadi” he says For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: April 23 2013 3:24 am Related News Even as the heat rises in DelhiFeisal Alkazi is revisiting Mughal history in the cool climes of San Francisco The theatre director is creating a playNoorwith the cast and crew of enActe Artsa US-based arts organisation I started writing Noor long agowhen I became intrigued and captivated by the thought of a woman assuming so much political power in the patriarchal world of the Mughals? The fire accident scene is easily the highlight of the trailer. “Our team is working on cleaning the muck accumulated on tracks due to overflow of water from roads on to the tracks due to heavy rains. For all the latest Entertainment News,The Balgandharva police chowkie is just a stone? He said you must be the change you want to see in others.
two inspection lines and a washing plant and will be shared between Metro 7,what a terrible thing to happen to him (or her)! And thatin turnmakes us feel good or better about ourselves well we’re better people because we don’t do that Thusif you watched Times Now last weekand saw the hammering the Prime Minister of India was getting from anchor Arnab Goswami and his panel for not holding his press briefing before a live media audienceyou felt sorry for Dr Manmohan Singh and relieved that you were sitting in the comfort of your home watching him get hammered You may have felt angeras I didat the almost sneering tone of the discussion and the way Goswami & Co were laughing at the PMbut you still enjoyed it in a vicarious almost sadistic way Similarlynews that same day of the Sai Baba Trust in trouble and under investigation of the state governmentmade you feel happy There was a distinct feeling that the Trust had been doing something wrong and had been caught for it That’s what happens with bad news about others– you often feel good about it You are an upright individual who would never be mixed up in anything like that Yippee Or think of another bad piece of news: the Greece economic crisis The country is almost bankrupt and there were riots in the capitalAthensover possible austerity measures the government had to consider to stem the rot and attract IMF loans You felt fleetingly sorry for them and then you were flooded with relief — oh goodour economy is not in such bad shapewe’re better offour prospects are still bright Converselywhen we hear that the Chinese economy is growing in double digit percentage points — that is good news — it makes us feel sadfor ourselves We want to be like them immediately and that makes us feel bad about ourselvesour economyour poor infrastructureour awful roadsthe open drains — before you know ityou are spiralling down a staircase of negativity and into a deep depression about your country and your prospects That’s whyI believethere is so much bad news on TV news For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 31 2016 1:37 am Police on the spot after the mishap Top News A huge concrete slab collapsed from the ninth floor of a building in the plush Kumar Kruti housing society in Kalyani Nagar on Sunday evening damaging four vehicles Although no casualties were reported the incident led to panic among the residents The housing society authorities have registered a complaint at the Yerwada police station against Kumar builder and others who have been booked under section 336 (act endangering life or personal safety of others) and other relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Share This Article Related Article “We heard a loud sound around 9 pm on Sunday We found a concrete elevation of about 30 feet in length had collapsed in the area where people usually gather for walk in the evening But on Sunday because of the IPL final most people were inside their homes Fortunately there was nobody at the spot where the slab fell A 10-feet long cement structure is still hanging on the ninth floor It can fall anytime” Society members also plan to lodge a complaint with the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Kumar Kruti comprises five buildings of 12 floors each with a total of 406 flats “The project got a completion certificate in 2011 So it is a new construction But still a concrete structure has collapsed Also we find cracks and leakages at some spots in the building We are not happy with the quality of construction” said a resident Police sub-inspector Anil Kumar Atare of Yerwada police station who is investigating the case confirmed an FIR had been registered against the builder and investigation initiated Meanwhile a spokesperson for Kumar builders said in a press statement “We learned about the incident informally from a resident of Kumar Kruti at Kalyani Nagar where a piece of an elevated feature had come off The company’s engineer immediately rushed to the spot According to the information available with us there is no structural defect in the construction It’s an old structure We will do the needful to rectify the problem” PMC’s City Engineer Prashant Waghmare said the civic body will conduct a probe before taking any action “The builder will have to submit certificate of structural stability of the building The architect would also have to give an explanation” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSparks fly whenever Atletico de Kolkata and Chennaiyin FC play each other with football of the highest quality on display for the spectators Two of the strongest sides in the competition – since the inception of the Indian Super League – both these clubs have seen fourteen goals scored among them in six encounters ahead of Sunday’s match In an intense season opener at Rabindra Sarobar Stadium in Kolkata Atletico de Kolkata and Chennaiyin FC shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw A Sameehg Doutie strike gave Atletico the lead while a late penalty from Iain Hume cancelled out Jayesh Rane and Hans Mulder’s goals Here are three takeaways from the first draw of the Indian Super League’s third edition: Atletico de Kolkata vs Chennaiyin FC ended in a draw PTI Atletico Lacked Precision in Finishing Atletico de Kolkata created a flurry of chances through the course of the game but converted only two of their eighteen shots Jose Molina’s side started with a spring in their step with a quick interplay between the trio of Iain Hume Sameehg Doutie and Helder Postiga in the second minute setting the tone of the game As was the case for majority of last season Doutie was the most influential – the South African midfielder finding space behind the defense on a number of occasions Atletico adopted a simple yet effective gameplan – Doutie’s pace and width stretched the narrow Chennaiyin backline on Atletico’s right flank while Javier Lara adopted the role of a playmaker on the opposite wing Both of Atletico’s marksmen Iain Hume and Helder Postiga consistently found space in the Chennaiyin box courtesy their fluidity upfront but failed to find the back of the net While Bernard Mendy closely marked the Portuguese prohibiting him from taking a clear shot on a couple of occasions it was Atletico’s failure to attack the ball in the final third which cost them two points In the end it was Doutie who broke the deadlock at the hour mark with a composed finish and won the all-important penalty four minutes from time For all the brilliance shown by former Atletico manager Antonio Habas’ star recruit ATK’s attacks were extremely one-dimensional – all the more why it was baffling that Molina decided to wait until the last ten minutes to bring on Lalrindika Ralte into the game Chennaiyin Need More Creativity A ten-minute spell in the second half saw Marco Materazzi’s side take a 2-1 lead but most of Chennaiyin’s attacking exploits fell short of what is expected from the defending champions The absence of Elano and Steven Mendoza shone through as Chennaiyin failed to grasp the reigns in their attacking third Although the visitors created the first clear-cut chance of the night when a John Arne Riise free-kick rattled the crossbar seven minutes into the game Chennaiyin did not perturb the Atletico defense for much of the first half Be it a patient build-up or a quick counter-attack Jeje Lalpekhlua often cut a lonely figure up front especially with Chennaiyin’s No 9 Davide Succi performing a vanishing act Materazzi’s crucial goal-scoring asset engineered a shot off a poor distributing effort from Debjit Majumder midway into the first half and found Jayesh Rane with a defense-splitting pass to get Chennaiyin back into the game in the second half In the absence of a genuine playmaker in their line-up the Machans had to rely on set pieces and shooting from distance to create chances One such opportunistic shot from Hans Mulder found the back of net having been deflected by a hapless Tiri stunning the 10973-strong crowd in the process Defensive Lapses Define Both Clubs With arguably two of the Indian Super League’s strongest defences on paper Atletico de Kolkata and Chennaiyin FC chose lapses in concentration and defensive errors to be the theme for the evening “We conceded two sloppy goals One goal three guys against six at the back and somehow they got through and another one is a massive deflection” Iain Hume told Firstpost after the match While both managers prided themselves on their respective teams’ defensive organisation in face of sustained pressure it was momentary indecisiveness which hurt both club’s chances of winning The centre back duo of Mendy and Riise effectively handled Helder Postiga but were prone to fumbling the ball during clearances On the opposite end Arnab Mondal and Tiri were equally productive in snuffing out Chennaiyin’s chances during the numerous set piece scenarios but failed to track Jayesh Rane’s run which allowed him to get on the other end of Jeje’s throughball A foul from substitute Jerry Lalrinziula provided Atletico the much needed respite as Iain Hume converted the resulting penalty With most clubs boasting of stronger attacking line-ups it will be the defensive temperament which will be set apart the ones qualifying for the knock-outs The champions of the last two editions of the Indian Super League hardly showcased their championship-winning mettle in the season opener but a bit of work behind the scenes could improve their performance in the remaining thirteen matches Cuttack:Opener KL Rahul on Wednesdaysaid India skipper Virat Kohli has already showed signs of being a "great leader" with his energy passion and penchant for leading by example Rahul heaped praise on his captain on the eve of the second One-day International against England at the Barabati Stadium The hosts lead the three-match series 1-0 "It is about how he (Kohli) has set examples for us He has gone out there and done the job for the team many times We look up to him and we see how he builds his innings the kind of energy enthusiasm and the passion he has on the field It spreads on all of us We learn a lot from him" Rahul told reporters File photo of India’s Virat Kohli Reuters He added "He is somebody who is not just looking to have great performances individually but he wants to take the team along He is always showing us the way sharing his experience and giving us feedback telling us what he thinks we could have done better That is the sign of a great leader" In Kohli’s first outing after being appointed skipper of limited overs sides the hosts were set an imposing target of 351 in 50 overs but that only brought the best out of him as he struck his 27th century and along with Kedar Jadhav powered India to an incredible win With Mahendra Singh Dhoni having relinquished captaincy Rahul said it’s a great time to have both of them in the side "It’s just been one game for now but for the guys who are part of the Test team know how aggressive he is as a captain We love playing under Virat "He always supported me and it’s good to have a young leader and also to have MS in the team who not only guide Virat as a skipper but also the youngsters It’s good to have both of them in the team" There’s a bit of competition for the opening slots with Ajinkya Rahane waiting in the wings but Rahul said it is motivating "We know there are other guys who are capable enough That’s what wakes me up in the morning and train harder everyday. to turn up at the practice everyday and work harder "There are able and talented guys waiting in the bench to take my place It’s a good place to be in We love the competition in team We never complain of competition or pressure of other guys It kind of gets us going We take it in a positive way We try to remain positive on our work ethics" he said Asked further about the opening combination Rahul said: "It does not affect or bother me It’s headache for the coach and captain We love to have players competing for a slot We just have to train harder and whoever does the job for the team plays" England pacer Jake Ball threatened to unsettle Kohli’s rhythm by targeting him with short balls but Rahul said it should not be a problem for the skipper who has been in imperious form "Good luck for them he has so many runs He has scored a lot of runs off short balls We are not at all worried about short balls We like to make runs off short deliveries Knowing Virat and having watched him score so many centuries I don’t think it will be a problem" Talking about English batsmen Rahul said they all are hard-hitting ones but Jos Buttler could play all around the wicket "When he was batting in the last game we knew what he can do at the death I watched him in the IPL He’s a 360-degree player Somebody has to get him out early That’s the best chance We have to come up with some plans The best way is to get them out early" he concluded By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 14 2015 7:49 pm Tiger Shroff’s current look has been in development since this January and he is keeping it hidden with a hoodie on and around the sets of “Baaghi” Related News “Baaghi” director Sabir Khan ensured lead actor Tiger Shroff tried on multiple looks till they got it right even if it meant changing it eleven times Now the effort is to keep everything under wraps Tiger’s current look has been in development since this January and he is keeping it hidden with a hoodie on and around the sets of “Baaghi” The film’s makers are also said to have increased the security around Tiger to maintain the secrecy Also read:Tiger Shroff to establish himself as the next action hero inBollywood “I wanted a very special look for Tiger We have gone through several looks and finally agreed with the look we are shooting with Audience will be surprised to see Tiger like this” Khan said in a statement Share This Article Related Article In “Baaghi” the “Heropanti” actor is said to have performed over-the-top action sequences Along with Tiger’s new look the actor’s pairing with Shraddha Kapoor is also talked about For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: February 13 2016 8:47 am Hotel heiress Paris Hilton said she has never been happier than she is now with boyfriend Thomas Gross Related News Hotel heiress Paris Hilton said she has never been happier than she is now with boyfriend Thomas Gross The 34-year-old socialite has relocated to Switzerland to be with her boyfriend who she has been dating for almost a year reported E online “I am so happy I’ve never been happier in my life I just feel like I’m in a different place in my life I live in Switzerland now I’m in love I don’t know I finally feel like myself It’s exciting I’m genuinely happy” Hilton said And Hilton is even cutting short her stint in the US for New York Fashion Week in order to spend Valentine’s Day (140216) with the businessman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News 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