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Boy who died and another teen
Calcutta Telegraph

Boy who died and another teen

A casket carrying the body of Aabesh Dasgupta at AMRI Dhakuria Calcutta, July 23: The boy who died of wounds at 6 Sunny Park was a Class XII student of an international school in Calcutta. Aabesh Dasgupta's neighbours often saw him talking on ... Calcutta Telegraph, 2 months ago
Teen's death accidental, feel cops; mom says... Times of India, 2 months ago

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Nurse exodus hits private hospitals

• Belle Vue: 97 nurses have resigned in two days • Woodlands: 80 nurses have resigned in two days • AMRI: 110 nurses have resigned in two days • Sri Aurobindo Seva Kendra: 60 nurses have resigned in three weeks Private hospitals ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Biker killed in car crash rerun

The mangled Honda City outside Charu Market police station on Saturday. Picture by Sanat Kr. Sinha A 25-year-old biker was killed and the person riding pillion severely injured in a hit-and-run - the second in seven days - at a crossing with ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago

Mercedes Owner Arrested In Kolkata

The owner of the Mercedes that was involved in an accident with a scooter at Hazra crossing on Sunday leading to a rampage inside a housing complex following a youth's death in the accident, was arrested today. Varun Maheswari, the owner of the ...
 NDTV1 week ago Mercedes owner arrested  Times of India1 week ago

On 'Sunday' duty, cops took it easy

KOLKATA: Had it not been a Sunday, Fort Oasis wouldn't have witnessed the violence that rattled it to the core. The residents didn't expect that the boys next door would suddenly become so agressive. Nor were the police prepared for tackling such a ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Police use both carrot and stick against auto drivers

KOLKATA: Drives against autos - across Jadavpur, Park Circus and Beadon Street - a most uncommon sight on common days was carried out by Kolkata traffic police sergeants after the Lalbazar top brass gave the go ahead to reign in the offenders.
 Times of India1 week ago Auto passenger robbed at Girish Park  Times of India1 month ago

PTI - MOB-PROBE - 3 more held in vehicles rampage in housing complex incident

MOB-PROBE - 3 more held in vehicles rampage in housing complex incident Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Kolkata, Sep 19 (PTI) Three more persons were today arrested in connection with yesterday's rampage inside a housing complex in south Kolkata ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
Times of India

Dengue claims another victim in Kolkata

KOLKATA: Mihir Biswas, 52, a resident of Railpukur Road at Deshbandhunagar in Baguiati and the owner of a diagnostic centre, died of dengue Monday evening. Biswas was suffering from fever since last Monday but he only took paracetamol for two days.
 Times of India2 weeks ago KMC falters in dengue fight  Times of India1 month ago KMC underestimated dengue threat, officials were tardy  Times of India1 month ago Kolkata civic body fears 2012 dengue re-run, presses panic button  Times of India1 month ago

No More Selfies With Maa Durga, Kolkata Police Tells 'Pandal Hoppers'

It's almost that time of the year when a goldmine of backdrops wait for selfie buffs - the pose before the Durga idol or the pandal winning all those brownie points among friends and peers. But Kolkata police is all set to foil the plan with the ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago No more selfie with Ma Durga this season  Times of India2 weeks ago No More Selfies With Maa Durga Kolkata Police Tells Pandal Hoppers  Indiatimes2 weeks ago
Times of India

Royal gift: Bhutan princesses release fish in Lake

KOLKATA: The Rabindra Sarobar Lake, which triggered alarm bells when morning walkers found dead fish afloat at least on two occasions this year, had the loss compensated many times over when two members of the Bhutan royal family released nearly two ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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