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Water sweeps bus into river

The current of a swollen river pulled a bus with 60 people into the water when the vehicle was stuck in the middle of an inundated culvert in Bankura this afternoon. ...   | Read..
 

Rope rescue by villagers

Jatan Mahato, 35, saw the overcrowded bus veer off the culvert, fall into the turbulent river and being swept away at least 100m....   | Read..
 

Back from dead

To hell and back, alive....   | Read..
 

Four murdered in Behala house

A cable operator, his septuagenarian mother and their two maids were tonight found dead with their throats slit at their home in Behala’s Biren Roy Road....   | Read..
 

‘Insulted’ teachers stall classes after thief slur

Teachers of a high school in Birbhum’s Mallarpur have not been taking classes for the past three days as students allegedly called them “chor (thief)&#...   | Read..
 

Whip on conductor

The Nadia district administration today instructed the private bus owners’ association to take a conductor off duty for three days for allegedly forcing four girls ...   | Read..
 

Heist, then search for umbrellas

They came, they threatened, they took away… umbrellas. ...   | Read..
 
The bus that was washed away into the Bhairavbanki river at Fulkusma in Bankura’s Barikul while crossing a culvert on Thursday afternoon. Picture by Sujata Khan
Water sweeps bus into river