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s return till May,” said the bench. to suspend the screening of the film.fuel charges will be given by the supporters of the candidate, said a autorickshaw driver For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Atikh Rashid | Pune | Updated: April 22 2014 6:51 am Dabholkar Related News Following the investigating officer’s failure to file a chargesheet against the two accused in Dr Narendra Dabholkar murder case a magisterial court in Pune granted the accused bail on the condition they furnish a bond of Rs 50000 each The court has also asked the investigating officer ACP Rajendra Bhamre to explain within seven days as to why action should not be taken against him for failing to file the chargesheet against accused Manish Nagori and Vikas Khandelwar both residents of Hatkanangale in Kolhapur district Nagori and Khandelwal are accused of supplying the 765 mm bore pistol which was allegedly used to kill Dabholkar on the bridge near Omkareshwar Temple Judicial Magistrate A B Shaikh granted bail after Bhamre submitted to the court that they could not file the chargesheet within the prescribed limit of 90 days as the main conspirators were still at large “Although we have seized incriminating evidence from the Manish Nagori and Vilas Khandelwal in the form of the weapon which was used for committing the crime the main conspirators couldn’t be arrested so far Till the conspirators are arrested the entire conspiracy and roles played of various accused won’t be clear Because of this we won’t be able to file the chargesheet within the prescribed time of 90 days” the investigating officer submitted According to police when Nagori and Khandelwal were arrested by the Thane Police from Mumbra on August 20 2013 the day of the murder they had recovered three firearms from Khandelwal which were supplied to him by Nagori The police maintained that the ballistic analysis of the three weapons showed that one pistol matched with the bullets recovered from Dabholkar’s body The defence had vehemently denied this theory by saying it was impossible that the weapon used for the murder could have reached back to them in Mumbra within a couple of hours “There’s no compelling evidence against my clients They only have produced a photocopy of the ballistic report which wasn’t even obtained by them Despite interrogating the accused for 14 days there hasn’t been any progress in the investigation Hence it makes a strong case for their release on bail” argued B A Aloor the defence lawyer Apart from the Rs 50000 bond the magistrate has put the condition that the duo will assist the investigation and not flee Manish’s father Ramvilas Nagori said “It is clear that the arrests were made under political pressure My son and Khandelwal were arrested on the day of the murder in Thane Since then they are in custody Police have made all the attempts to frame them ATS had their custody but could not find anything Pune police first arrested him in a murder of a security guards from Pune University then for the murder of an unidentified man from Hinjewadi – and then in Dabholkar murder case This is really shameful Police have not found anything concrete against my son” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnited Nations: Malala Yousafzai the youngest Nobel laureate has broken another age barrier and become the youngest UN Messenger of Peace an honour she shares with Hollywood actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron Hailing the Pakistani teenager as "the most famous student in the world" and the symbol of the cause of education for all Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appointed her on Monday as the Messenger of Peace for girls’ education After receiving her appointment Yousafzai who survived a terrorist attack for campaigning for girls’ education said: "I have a second life for the purpose of education and I’ll continue working" File photo of Malala Yousafzai AFP People drawn from the arts entertainment sports science and public service are appointed Messengers of Peace each with special missions Nineteen-year-old Yousafzai became the 13th Messenger of Peace joining among others actor Michael Douglas naturalist Jane Goodall and Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein of Jordan The Taliban attacked her in 2012 in Pakistan’s Swat valley for defying their edict banning girls’ education and campaigning for the right to schooling She was critically injured and was treated in Birmingham where she now lives In 2014 she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize along with Kailash Satyarti the Indian children’s rights activist "You have been going to the most difficult places where education has more problems in becoming a reality" said Guterres who was the UN High Commissioner for Refugees as he recalled her work in refugee camps and the two schools her foundation has set up in Lebanon’s Beka’a Valley "If we want to go forward we have to give education to girls And once you educate girls you change the whole community the whole society" Yousafzai said She said fathers and brothers equally have a role in promoting girls’ education Of her emergence as the leading campaigner for girls’ education she said: "It wasn’t that I was very intelligent or very clever or I had some special kind of training or something All I had was a father and a family who said ‘Yes you can speak out it’s your choice’" BRUSSELS (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May failed to strike a Brexit divorce deal with EU negotiators in Brussels on Monday despite earlier reports of a breakthrough agreement that would have kept British-ruled Northern Ireland aligned with EU regulations Both sides said they should unlock talks on future trade relations in the coming days “We will reconvene before the end of the week and I am also confident that we will conclude this positively” May said after a lunch with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker who also voiced confidence in overcoming outstanding obstacles He insisted the meeting after days of intensive talks behind the scenes was “not a failure” and well aware the EU does not want to humiliate May as she accepts many of its terms for withdrawal credited the prime minister with hanging tough They spoke after government sources in Dublin said London had agreed to keep Northern Ireland “aligned” to EU regulations to avoid a “hard border” with the Irish Republic Word of that sent the pound higher on hopes of rapid trade talks but also provoked an angry response from May’s allies in Northern Ireland demanding equal treatment with the rest of the United Kingdom Underlining the conundrums of Brexit the idea of Northern Ireland remaining closely linked to the EU single market prompted speculation that to avoid new barriers between Belfast and London the British mainland would have to follow suit The leaders of Scotland and London which voted against Brexit demanded they be allowed the same EU relationship as Northern Ireland Yet May has ruled out such differentiated treatment or staying in a customs union or the single market “She is a tough negotiator and not an easy one” Juncker said in remarks reflecting concern in Brussels that concessions by May could fuel a disruptive push in London to unseat her “She is defending the point of view of Britain with all the energy we know she has” the EU chief executive told reporters “Despite our best efforts and the significant progress we and our teams have made over the past days on the remaining issues it was not possible to reach a complete agreement” Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is welcomed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the EC headquarters in Brussels Belgium December 4 2017 REUTERS/Yves Herman“REGULATORY ALIGNMENT” The sudden announcement that no deal had been reached swiftly squelched optimism that had spread earlier on Monday Irish government sources had said agreement had been reached on an overall deal for the Irish issues Slideshow (5 Images)“The key phrase is a clear commitment to maintaining regulatory alignment in relation to the rules of the customs union and internal market which are required to support the Good Friday Agreement the all-island economy and the border” one of the Irish government sources said The Irish border which is now completely unguarded and barely even marked would not change its physical appearance after Britain leaves the EU Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said Fears that a “hard border” could disrupt the peace deal in the north had driven both sides to find solutions Juncker spoke to Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar by phone EU lawmaker Philippe Lamberts who met Juncker said the draft text on Ireland committed Britain to “full alignment” on rules Donald Tusk the EU summit chair tweeted ebulliently after speaking to Varadkar that there was good progress on the Irish issue to unblock UK-EU trade talks: “Tell me why I like Mondays” the former Polish premier wrote “Getting closer to sufficient progress at December (EU summit)” This is code for Britain complying with a set of conditions the EU wants met on divorce terms before leaders will agree to launch talks on a future trade deal at a summit next week Tusk who had cancelled a trip to Jerusalem and Ramallah because of apparent progress on Brexit met May after her talks with Juncker Officials had earlier said he was preparing to call round EU leaders to get agreement on trade negotiations National envoys handling Brexit were also summoned urgently to a meeting in Brussels later on Monday London has broadly agreed to many of the EU’s divorce terms including paying out something like 50 billion euros But the issues of the rights of expatriate citizens and the UK-EU border on the island of Ireland have defied a deal Elmar Brok another member of the European Parliament who met Juncker and his Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier before they met May said “just a few words” separated the sides This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feedrickshaws, complimenting him, 64-year-old Pandit M Venkatesh Kumar took the stage at about 8. 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