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Family cook held for theft

A man employed as cook at a traders house in Baguiati for three years allegedly prepared duplicate keys to the main door and the safe and stole cash and jewellery. Shyamdeb Rai, 32, was arrested on Saturday from Kestopur. Police said around Rs 2.43 lakh and a ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago

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Girls students clash with boys in Bengal

Students of a boys school and a girls school clashed in Baguiati on Thursday morning over a long-standing property dispute between the two institutions .
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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Baguiati home burgled

Thieves broke into a two-storeyed house in Baguiati and fled with cash and jewellery worth more than Rs 2.5 lakh while all but one residents were asleep early on Sunday. The family member who woke up during the raid preferred to lie still fearing the safety ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Medal, cash stolen from Pinky's house  Times of India2 months ago Medal, cash stolen from Pinkys house  Times of India2 months ago

Rescued chimps may have Nigeria link

The three chimpanzees rescued from the house of an animal trader in Baguiati may have been procured from Africa, initial investigation by the Customs preventive wing has revealed.
 Times of India2 months ago 250 birds rescued from house  The Telegraph2 months ago

Cash stolen from man at bank

Nearly Rs 2 lakh was stolen from an employee of a software development company at the Baguiati branch of a private bank on Wednesday morning.
 Times of India2 months ago

Son in dark about mother death

A distraught Sayan Basu could be calmed only after being told that his mother was in another room in the same hospital. He was very close to his mother and had just been operated on. We did not have the heart to tell him the truth — that his ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Fatal drive back home after anniversary lunch

Calcutta, April 19: An Exide executive driving back home after an anniversary lunch lost his wife and father when their car rammed into a bus on New Town's main arterial road, turning a double celebration into a double tragedy. Ayan Basu's ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago

Two of a family killed in accident

KOLKATA: Two persons were killed and two others critically injured after a car in which they were travelling rammed into a private bus on Rajarhat-Newtown Road near City Centre 2 on Saturday afternoon. Police said the accident took place around ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Political shelter whiff in Saradha; harassment for rival candidate

Calcutta, April 17: Enforcement Directorate sources said they had come across pieces of information that hinted at the involvement of at least two Bengal politicians in attempts to cover up the Saradha default scandal. The scandal leaped back to the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Saradha beeps before ballot

April 16: The Saradha scandal has stormed back to centre-stage on the eve of the first round of Lok Sabha elections in Bengal because a central agency has done what state police could — or would — not do. The Union finance ministry's Enforcement ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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