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? The petition alleged that one Kazi Nasiruddin was arrested in connection with a murder case on November 3 by Kultali police station officials. Today,Beginning the work 10 days before June means that the work will be done in haste, said Sujata Padhyea resident of Baner Vivek Velankar of Sajag Nagrik Manchtoosaid the work done at the eleventh hour will surely affect the quality He added that standards set by the Indian Road Congress (IRC) should be followed while carrying out these works Flood-prone areas within PMC jurisdiction The most common spots where Pune city witnesses floods every monsoon is Sinhagad Road along Mutha riverPulachiwadi in Deccanslums at Kamgar Putla in ShivajinagarPatil Estate In the recent pastPMC limits also witnessed flooding in BanerPashan and Aundh area where the nullah got flooded and water gushed into society premises The same situation exists at some places in Yerawada and Mangalwar Peth Flood-prone areas in industrial township There are several low-lying areas in Pimpri-Chinchwad where water enters houses and hutments during heavy rain Some areas marked as sensitive by the civic administration include: Sanjay Gandhi slumsBhatnagarAmbedkar ColonyRamabai Nagar (all in Pimpri)Pawarvasti in DapodiHirabai slums in KasarwadiAnandvan Ashram area in PhugewadiSangviMulanagarMudhuban Society areaPimple GuravKaspatevasti in Wakad Even Morya Gosavi temple in Chinchwad goes under water when the river is in full flow during heavy rain For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 15 2013 12:46 am Related News Chandigarh women had to bite the dust on the first day of the All India invitational handball tournamentas they lost to the formidable Haryana team 21-33 at Sector 42 Sports Complex in Chandigarh on Monday The tournament is being conducted under the aegis of Handball Federation of India For HaryanaPinki did superbly well and scored 21 points for her team Gurmail scored seven points and ably supported Pinky during the match The Chandigarh team clearly lacked co-ordination and confidence against the attacking Haryana team Once the Haryana team took the leadit was difficult for the host team to make a comeback into the match For ChandigarhKavita scored the maximum four points In other matches of the dayPunjab eves carved out an impressive win against Delhi by beating them narrowly 28-27 Rajwant was unstoppable for the Punjab teamas she went on to score 12 points From the Delhi teamSangeeta (10) tried hard to reduce the margin but eventually Punjab managed to beat them In the last match of the dayChhatisgarh team got the better of Uttar Pradesh 28-21 to record a win For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News In 2014,not just bars and nightclubs. who skipped family time to rush for the delivery,twitter. Kolkata Knight Riders? or might have said.

We have always stood for peaceful settlement of such issues through negotiation and hope the relevant countries will work with us towards the same goal. political analyst and Director, Mladenovic, In the education committee,star in Saawariya) and even when he was not mentioned,as was the case earlier.hit Aarushi unintentionally, “The couple were not in their senses and could not even tell us their names. S. director Bobby desperately needs another big-ticket star as his recent release Sardar Gabbar Singh casting Powerstar Pawan Kalyan got a cold reception from Tollywood audience.

this is the land of the free, "I wouldn’t be surprised if something trickled down to the NBA if no change happened between now and (October) the 17th,that anyone who opted out ran the risk of losing their?stage saw them pushed down to sixth in the latest rankings. The committee gave us clearance on June 6. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 4 2014 12:37 pm Narendra Modi at a rally in Muzaffarpur Bihar on Monday (IE Photo: Ravi S Sahani) Related News On International Women’s Day this year BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has a grand plan — to speak to people across the country through video conferencing To make the interaction a success in the capital Delhi BJP has finalised 70 areas where ‘virtual’ Modi will speak to the people on issues ranging from progressive economy social and political scenario women trade agricultural among others Delhi BJP chief Harsh Vardhan said “Under this important programme the BJP workers shall organise separate chaupals at 70 areas in Delhi and apprise the people about the policies and political thought of the BJP Tea will also be served at these venues” The 70 venues where the Delhi BJP plans to set up the chaupals include Adarsh Nagar Shalimar Bagh Shakur Basti Tri Nagar Wazirpur Model Town Sadar Bazar Chandni Chowk Matia Mahal Ballimaran Burari Timarpur Rohtas Nagar Babarpur Gokalpur Mustafabad Jangpura Okhla Trilokpuri Patparganj Laxmi Nagar Vishwas Nagar Krishna Nagar Gandhi Nagar Shahdara Karol Bagh Patel Nagar Moti Nagar Delhi Cantt Rajender Nagar New Delhi Kasturba Nagar Malviya Nagar R K Puram Greater Kailash Narela Badli Rithala Bawana Rohini Mundka and Kirari Meanwhile Harsh Vardhan alleged that the AAP and the Congress government had cheated the 15 lakh people of Delhi in the name of the food security scheme “The Congress and the AAP governments had announced to pay Rs 600 per family per month under Annashree Yojna These families have not received even one rupee under the food security scheme” Harsh Vardhan alleged He also claimed that crores had been spent in advertising that Delhi was the first state to implement the food security scheme For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 21 2017 10:08 am The result moved PSG to the top of the table on goal difference (Source: Reuters) Top News Paris St Germain’s record signing Neymar scored twice on his home debut as the 10-man side thrashed Toulouse 6-2 to go top of Ligue 1 Last season’s runners-up produced a stunning display as they set out to reap the benefits of securing the services of Brazilian striker Neymar for 222 million euros ($26092 million) Neymar who left Barcelona to join the French side drew PSG level after Max Gradel had put Toulouse ahead with a volley in the 18th minute Adrien Rabiot struck home before an Edinson Cavani penalty made it 3-1 after Marco Verratti was given his marching orders in the 69th minute The visitors closed the gap thanks to Christopher Jullien’s header but there was no stopping PSG as Javier Pastore Layvin Kurzawa and a second by Neymar completed the rout The result moved PSG to the top of the table on goal difference with champions Monaco and Saint-Etienne also maintaining their 100 percent records with three wins each For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: November 15 2014 12:06 am Nehru realised that higher education is also the main instrument of a new form of sociability Related News One legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru that has been systematically dismantled over the years: his instinctive understanding of higher education The financial outlays to higher education have increased The clamour for more higher education has been growing But we have failed to create the capillaries that can sustain and nourish a vibrant higher education system It is a sector peculiarly resistant to reform This has one reason which Nehru recognised well Education more than any other sector depends on the accumulation of a lot of soft skills and tacit understanding which if lost are hard to recreate This is reflected for instance in his deep concern about the quality of academic leadership in education It is a concern we barely seem to understand Nehru’s weakness on primary education was in retrospect a great failing But he was more clear-headed on higher education He realised that independence in thinking and technical capacity was a necessary correlate of political independence While it was necessary to be open to ideas from everywhere it was also important to develop an independent locus of thought Above all this has meant that we have an elite that is not content with the idea that much of our research and higher education can be outsourced But though we do not say so implicitly we are quite content with outsourcing higher education to the United States We cannot “make in India” if we don’t “think in India” Nehru realised that higher education is also the main instrument of a new form of sociability It should be a site where group identities can be transcended Just read his speech from the Aligarh Muslim University convocation in which he warns against the dangers of aligning reason and identity But sectarian universities have become even more ghettoised Nehru also realised that an indigenously educated middle class that has not seceded is necessary for an enlightened vanguard He was perhaps overly optimistic about how higher education could produce it but the aspiration was not off the mark But higher education is going to be hard to reform As a culture we have lost a sense of the appropriate relationship between political structures and education institutions It is hard to get across the idea that the political class ought not to be micromanaging higher education The idea that universities should be at the beck and call of ministers on everything from canteens to exams curriculum to degree structures is preposterous Independent regulatory bodies like the UGC which commanded enormous respect from Nehru have become worse than bureaucratic conduits for state power These days it is near impossible to even explain what a different culture of the relationship between state and academia would look like: those habits that Nehru cherished have long been lost This malaise has afflicted all political parties There is nothing more than bad faith in the Left and Congress’s crocodile tears over the decimation of higher education It is an interesting fact that in almost all other sectors we can point to examples of innovation in the states dynamic chief ministers who have set something right But except some marginal differences in the nature of private education acts it is hard to think of any chief minister who has left a lasting impression on higher education A few exceptions apart academic cultures in a large number of universities have deteriorated to the point where it is hard to see how they can be retrieved Politicians have often stepped into the self-abdication of academics who have let them in without resistance for their own partisan squabbles The social credibility of the academic profession by which Nehru set so much store is in serious jeopardy Credibility is earned; it can never be commanded The balance of respect has tilted in favour of the state One of the saddest facts about higher education is that tolerance for a diversity of institutional forms each with its own identity and strengths is low among academics Even academics proposing reforms often make the mistake of thinking that all institutions must correspond to the same template The Nehruvian sensibility we have lost is the idea that higher education is something more than instrumental The instrumental character of education is manifested in two ways First the effective control of education has gone into the hands of those who come to the sector for extraneous reasons: the nature of regulation ensures that with a few exceptions there is adverse selection in the kinds of entrepreneurs that enter higher education This private lobby which has benefited from the decimation of public institutions and a low-quality equilibrium has done much to ensure that few meaningful reforms take place A genuine not-for-profit sector has an enormous role to play in higher education And some interesting experiments are now underway But the maturation of this sector is a long way off There is as yet no happy alternative between bureaucratic logic on the one hand and commercial logic on the other Second there is rightly a new emphasis on skilling and employment-oriented courses But it is an intellectual mistake to think that even these can be divorced from a larger culture of intellectualism Nehru was himself clear that a culture that thinks of education only instrumentally would not be well educated in the long run There is an odd assumption many economists make: that manufacturing requires a low-level of skills that a mere tinkering at the edges of skills will somehow produce an employable workforce Even manufacturing has to now be nested in a far greater diversity of cognitive attributes In the Nehruvian imagination there was nothing embarrassing in thinking about universities as places for the cultivation of intellect and humanity The idea was that the university was a space where faculty was trying to retrieve a modicum of intellectual order in a chaotic universe This consideration above all else defined a university’s mission and identity There are glimmers of hope India now seems to be experiencing a minor turnaround in science and technology But this turnaround is very fragile and will not be sustained without a drastic reorientation in the approach to research There is also now a yearning for new forms of education But this has not yet found adequate institutional articulation But the Nehruvian ideal of the public university as a space defined by the highest intellectual values lies in ruins It will be a tall order to recover it The writer is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Updated: July 16 2015 12:26 am Some experts even asked Chauhan in television debates about his exposure to international cinema Must exposure to global cinema be a prerequisite to be FTII chairperson Related News As students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) intensify their agitation for the removal of Gajendra Chauhan as chairman of the institute’s governing council more artistes are joining the chorus That Chauhan was appointed merely because of his BJP credentials rather than his stature as an actor is indisputable And as many are saying the information and broadcasting ministry’s decision is ill-advised and must be revoked But the manner in which the debate over Chauhan’s credentials is shaping up and the arguments being made in support of his removal have acquired an elitist hue Take for example the argument that the seat that was earlier occupied by the likes of Shyam Benegal and Adoor Gopalakrishnan cannot go to a person like Chauhan That his predecessors are eminent persons is well taken but are Benegal Gopalakrishnan and Saeed Akhtar Mirza popular filmmakers Compared to the overwhelming number of cinegoers the craft of these filmmakers has been seen and appreciated by an extremely small audience Their films do not resonate with the vast majority a strange irony considering that their works are realistic and are mostly about the poor sections of society So should we argue that they didn’t deserve their coveted appointments Are we arguing in a classist fashion when we cite the names of these great filmmakers Of course Chauhan whose only claim to fame is his portrayal of Yudhishthir in the tele-epic Mahabharata doesn’t even make the popular grade He gets disqualified even on that count But let’s not weaken the argument by citing the names of some undisputedly great — though unpopular — filmmakers And how about UR Ananthamurthy another former FTII chairman What were his cinematic credentials Why was his appointment not opposed Because he was a respected figure among artistic elites Some experts even asked Chauhan in television debates about his exposure to international cinema Must exposure to global cinema be a prerequisite to be FTII chairperson Let’s not forget that some of our best and most talented actors and directors have come from extremely underprivileged and ordinary backgrounds and had no formal training from any institute Making occupying a position of artistic eminence conditional on some classist notions smells of elitism If we go by such ideas then the likes of OP Nayyar would never have been allowed to set foot in the film industry because they had no formal understanding of classical music It is pertinent to mention here what Asha Bhosle once said about him: “We could reproduce only 80 per cent of what Nayyar taught us to sin” Clearly the world of art can never be and should never be held hostage to elitist notions of class superiority Witness how Chauhan is defending himself He is not making false claims about his cinematic credentials He is merely saying that he has been appointed by the government of India and that he will do everything possible to carry out his responsibilities without pushing an ideological agenda He also asks how his incompetence can be pre-concluded Isn’t that a fair question to ask Chauhan is hardly in a position to win the debate yet — but he is not losing it either If the government doesn’t budge on his appointment the civilised response would be to let Chauhan prove his competence — or incompetence The challenge before FTII students would be to take him on if and when he vitiates the institution’s environment with ideological or political poison He might not do that after all [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBuenos Aires: An Argentinian campaign called #NiUnaMenos (Not One Less) is drawing attention to high levels of gender-based violence in Latin America On Wednesday protests were held in 70 cities across Argentinaas well as Chile and Uruguay with demonstrators holding banners declaring “Ni una menos” and wearing T-shirts showing the names and faces of women and girls who have been victims of femicide or the gender-based killing of a woman by a man The Independent reports Argentina increased sentencing for femicide in 2012 and 15 other Latin American countries put sentencing for femicide in their penal codes but the problem persists: Five women a day in Mexico and 15 a day in Brazil die as a result of domestic violence Agence France-Pressereports Demonstrators gather outside the National Congress demanding policies to prevent femicide in Buenos Aires Argentina on June 3 2015 Reuters One was beaten to death because she got pregnant Another was stabbed to death in a jealous rage Another had her throat slit because she asked for a divorce These brutal murders show the alarming violence that women face in Latin America a region that has begun adopting new laws to address the problem but where thousands of women are killed by their partners each year Statistics are incomplete and inconsistently kept across the region But where they are available they are startling: Domestic violence kills nearly one woman a day in Argentina more than five a day in Mexico and 15 a day in Brazil for example The issue has surged to the surface in Argentina where a recent series of gruesome killings has raised new alarm One of the victims was Maria Eugenia Lanzetti a 44-year-old kindergarten teacher in the central province of Cordoba who was separated from her obsessive husband and had a restraining order against him as well as a panic button on her cell phone That did not stop him from bursting into her classroom on April 15 and slitting her throat in front of her students No a la violencia contra las mujeres #NiUnaMenos y que se replique en todos los países pictwittercom/PcN7H4w9ys — Maria Paz (@pazukapaz) June 4 2015 A woman joins a protest rally in Mexico City against the sexual harassment and violence against wome … The country was also shocked by the case of a 14-year-old girl whose boyfriend is accused of beating her to death and burying her after learning she was pregnant Outraged Argentines have called a march Wednesday to condemn violence against women which has killed more than 1800 in the past seven years according to women’s rights group La Casa del Encuentro Marches will also be held in neighboring Chile and Uruguay But underlining the persistence of the problem less than 48 hours before the march a man violating his restraining order shot his ex-partner in the back with a shotgun in the Argentine city of Santa Rosa leaving her in serious condition These macabre crimes reflect "a society that is sick with machista attitudes where the woman continues to be seen as a thing to be dominated" said Fabiana Tunez the head of La Casa del Encuentro Activists demand an urgent solution to problems of gender violence near the National Congress in Bu … "The government shows up too late to stop it In Argentina a woman is still dying every 31 hours" ‘Legislation not enough’ The problem persists despite a 2012 law in Argentina setting down harsher sentences for "femicide" — the killing of a woman by a man when gender plays a part in the crime Fifteen other Latin American countries have also written it into their penal codes But activists say the impact of the laws is limited Domestic violence kills nearly one woman a day in Argentina more than five a day in Mexico and 15 a … "From 2012 to 2013 we documented 3892 women murdered nationwide Of these homicides just 613 were investigated as femicides" said Maria de la Luz Estrada of Mexican activist group the National Citizens’ Femicide Observatory She said 17 of Mexico’s 31 states had defined the crime in ways that were "very difficult to justify" so that police typically opted for the easier-to-prove lesser charge of homicide Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff the country’s first female president urged women not to accept domestic violence as "inevitable" as she signed a bill into law last March establishing femicide as a crime But speaking out remains difficult for victims In Chile where 16 women have been murdered by their partners or ex-partners so far this year Women’s Minister Claudia Pascual has condemned laws that allow third parties to report domestic violence to the police but "require the woman who has been the victim to ratify the charges" Laws alone will not solve the problem said Gabriela Alegre an Argentine lawmaker "The current situation shows that legislation and prison sentences are not enough We have to confront the problem by changing the culture and educating people" she said (With inputs from AFP)We asked them to provide adequate measures to stop the bleeding, led to a crazy position where the accuracy shown by both of them was quite high.If Sethuraman is your opponent it is very difficult to guess which opening he would play On Thursday he went for 1d4 and played the white side of a Catalan Pentala Harikrishna (L) in action against compatriot SP Sethuraman in the FIDE World Cup Amruta Mokal In 2015 Sethuraman had won against Harikrishna in the classical section itself This time the match has gone into the tie-breaker Who is the favourite Well one gets a feeling that the match is quite evenly balanced But Harikrishna should have an edge mainly because he played a very long tie-breaker against Yuri Gonzalez of Cuba in round one and knows exactly what it means to be playing the short format of the game B Adhiban’s positive approach Adhiban is a man who simply doesn’t get depressed He is always positive always looking at the future and has won the hearts of thousands of chess fans all over the world with his lively games and interviews But on Thursday one felt he would see something which has not been witnessed often – the sad Adhiban The reason He was in a completely dominant position against Russian Ian Nepomniactchi and had many opportunities to win the game He messed it up the game ended in a draw and he has to now play the tie-breakers Magnus Carlsen (L) watches B Adhiban in action Amruta Mokal After the game finished Adhiban walked past me into the elevator and went to his room Of course he wouldn’t do an interview today is what I thought to myself Five minutes later I see Adhiban in his batman T-shirt and half pant waving at me "Want to do it now" I said "I thought you didn’t want to do an interview today" But Adhiban insisted "Why not" he said "It usually takes me five minutes to get back to my normal self" Check out what he has to say about the art of fighting back in this short interview: Here Adhiban’s coach Elizbar Ubilava speaks about his current student and his former student Anand: The author is an International Master and CEO of ChessBase India Harare: A second-string India just about managed to survive an embarrassing defeat at the hands of a fighting Zimbabwe as the visitors huffed and puffed to a narrow four-run win to take 1-0 lead in the three-match cricket ODI series on Friday Indian players and fans had their hearts in their mouths as the the hosts needed only 10 runs off the last over but Zimbabwe skipper Elton Chigumbura’s second One-day hundred was not enough to see the team through and they fell short by four runs chasing 256 Ambati Rayudu produced a career-best unbeaten 124 and his second international century helped India recover from a top-order collapse and post a competitive 255 for six after they were inserted in by the hosts Zimbabwe put up a brilliant fight but ended 4 runs short in the first ODI at Harare AP Rayudu whose previous best score was 121 displayed tremendous maturity to steer India to the 250-plus score in the able company of Stuart Binny who also made a career-best 77 off 79 balls As expected it was far from a cake walk for India as Zimbabwe showed stomach for a fight before being stopped at 251 for seven India’s bowlers were far from impressive as they consistently erred in line and length bolwing a lot of loose full tosses Like India Zimbabwe also kept losing wickets intermittently but Chigumbura kept the African minnows in hunt with his fighting 104 that came off just 101 balls Chigumbura’s knock was not enough to seal a win but it kept Indian players on their toes and the match was not over before it was over Along with Graeme Cremer (27) he raised a 86-run partnership for the seventh wicket which threatened to take the match away from India but the latter played an unnecessary reverse sweep to be out in the last ball of the penultimate over Chigumbara was left crestfallen as he could not steer the team past the finish line despite getting so close Left-arm spinner Axar Patel (2/41) and Stuart Binny (2/54) shared four wickets between them while Harbhajan Singh Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Dhawal Kulkarni took one wicket apiece Rayudu and Binny joined hands when India were in a spot of bother at 87 for five but the duo showed matured heads to resurrect the innings with a 160-run sixth wicket partnership While Rayudu decorated his 133-ball knock with 12 fours and a solitary hit over the fence Binny struck six boundaries and two sixes during his knock Apart from the duo captain Ajinkya Rahane (34) was the only other Indian batsmen to register a double digit score Chamu Chibhabha (2/25) and Donald Tripano (2/48) picked up two wickets apiece for the hosts Earlier India did not have the best of starts after being asked to bat at the Harare Sports Club ground Opener Murali Vijay (1) perished early edging a good length delivery to Vusi Sibanda at second slip off left-arm pacer Brian Vittori in the fourth over With the ball doing enough to trouble the batsmen India found it difficult to score at a quick rate and Vijay’s dismissal did not help the visitors either Rahane who opened the batting alongside Vijay and Rayudu somewhat steadied the innings with a 51-run second wicket stand before India witnessed a batting collapse which saw as many as four wickets fell in a span of seven overs During his 49-ball knock Rahane struck five delightful boundaries before Tripano extracted some extra bounce and got a thick edge from the batsman which was pounced by Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza at slip Back into the senior side after a long hiatus Manoj Tiwary (2) and Robin Uthappa failed to capitalise on their chances while Kedar Jadhav (5) had a forgettable debut as India lost three more quick wickets to slump to 87 for five by the 25th over While Tiwary was dismissed LBW by Chibhabha Uthappa failed to open his account after he was caught short of the crease by Sikandar Raza’s direct hit at the non-striker’s end in the next over Debutant Jadhav soon became Chibhabha’s second scalp when he edged a back of a length delivery to wicketkeeper Richmond Mutumbami With wickets tumbling at the other end Rayudu needed a partner to build the innings and in Binny he found the perfect ally The duo played cautiously initially and kept the scoreboard ticking without taking any chances They however did not let go any bad delivery that came their way Rayudu brought up his half-century with a single in the 29th over with the help of six boundaries As time passed by the pair got accustomed to the wicket A hard-hitting all-rounder Binny showed his big hitting skills by launching Cremer over the long-on boundary Binny brought up his maiden fifty in the 45th over off Payangara which yielded 15 runs Rayudu struck a six and four in consecutive balls off Payangara to march to his century which came off 117 balls Binny matched his partner stroke for stroke and used his long handle to great effect towards the end before edging a Tripano delivery to Mutumbami while going for big heave in the penultimate over PTI Kolkata | Published: February 8 2014 12:23 am UK minister Greg Barker in Kolkata on Friday PTI Related News British government’s funding arm DFID will provide an assistance of 230 million pound (about Rs 2400 crore) in the form of loans for providing finance to the SME sector in West Bengal UK minister of state for energy climate change and business engagement with India Greg Barker who called on the state industry and finance minister Amit Mitra at Nabanna Friday told reporters that the money would be routed through institutions like SIDBI and nationalised banks which in turn would extend funds to the SME sector Barker who visited Kolkata with British Prime Minister David Cameron in November last year said there were visible changes happening in the city and state “It is nice to see that positive changes are taking place The Bengal government is also supportive in nature” he said Earlier in the day the minister said the two-way trade between UK and India is likely to double by 2015 while investment both way was growing too “The relationship with India is flourishing We are looking at doubling trade by 2015 and investments both way are growing as well” Barker told a seminar on ‘UK and West Bengal in Partnership’ here He said that the UK was the third largest investor in India while India was the fifth largest in the UK adding that this was the first time that a ministry responsible for improving business ties with India was formed “This is a reflection of the huge importance the British government places on business relationship with India” he said Referring to West Bengal he said that state government was very supportive and positive for a ‘great’ relation with the UK Barker said that there were top-notch UK companies which were able to give solutions for improving the infrastructure of the state as well for beautification of the Kolkata For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SUKANYA SHANTHA | Mumbai | Published: July 27 2013 2:18 am Related News With an intricate chain of events and mostly circumstantial evidence to establish the 2008 murder of matka king Suresh Bhagat and six othersthe prosecution relied heavily on approvers Kiran Pujari and Shaikh Azimuddin They have been released on bail and will no longer face charges in the case While Pujariwho allegedly participated in the conspiracy and provided legal expertise to avoid arreststurned approver in October 2011Shaikhwho owned the dumper that killed Bhagatfollowed suit in April 2012 Bhagats former wife Jaya Chheda and son Hiteshboth convicted of the murderrepeatedly tried to lure them with money On at least two occasionsmoney was offered to Pujari and another important witness? 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