Deshonnati owner’s custody extended
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The police custody of Prakash Pohre, the owner of Marathi multi-edition daily Deshonnati, was extended by a day on Thursday. Pohre was charged with instigating the murder of a security guard on the premises of his printing press. Meanwhile, a group of women — reportedly RPI activists — arrived at the court and demanded that Pohre be handed over to them. "We managed to keep them at bay," SP (Nagpur Rural) Manoj Kumar Sharma said.
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