70-year-old woman found living with dead husband for 4 days in Kolkata

A 70- year-old woman was found living with her dead husband for about four days on the southern outskirts of Kolkata, police said on Sunday.

Neighbours alerted the police after they noticed that the old couple at Ostad Amir Khan Sarani was not picking newspapers delivered at their doorstep and there was no response when they knocked on the door.

The neighbours informed Haridevpur police station and officers broke open the door to find the body of 82-year-old Amar Kumar Sanyal on the bed and wife Hasi Rani Sanyal standing nearby with no emotions on her face.

We asked her when her husband died. She couldn’t say a thing. We suspect she is in deep shock. Her husband, a former employee of Calcutta Dock Labour Board, probably died about three or four days ago. The body has been sent for an autopsy,” an officer said.

The woman has been sent to an asylum in south Kolkata.

According to the neighbours, they saw the couple on January 8 and nobody visited them, although a nephew used to meet them once in a while long ago.

Kolkata has been haunted by at least two cases of people living with the dead since 2015. Partha De, a 44-year-old man was found to have kept the bodies of his sister and two pet dogs inside his home on 3 Robinson Street, off Park Street, for six months before being discovered by police officers.

In November 2017, a 67-year-old mentally unstable man was found living in a flat in north Kolkata with the decomposed body of his mother.


See pic: Divyanka in new avatar

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Seems like the makers of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein are on a mission to regain the show's lost Television Rating Points (TRPs). After the dramatic and much hyped death sequence of Ishita, played by Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya, the show makers have come up with another interesting twist in the storyline.

This time, Divyanka will be seen in a new avatar – a Haryanvi village girl – to get the truth of Simmi.

A picture of the actress in her Haryanvi look has surfaced where she is seen dressed like a villager, wearing a nose ring and silver bangles. Divyanka looks unrecognisable in the picture.

For the uninitiated, the Bhalla family is going through a tough time where they are facing property issues. Ishita, on the other hand, is on a mission to unveil Simmi and Param's truth.

Coming to the TRPs chart, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein topped the ratings two weeks ago owing to the dramatic death sequence of Ishita. It beat Kundali Bhagya and Kumkum Bhagya that were ruling the TRP charts for many months. However, in the next week, the show toppled again.

Interestingly, the sequence which placed the show on top was also trolled on Twitter. Many called the scene illogical. The scene showed doctors assuming a poisoned and paralysed Ishita to be dead and plan to conduct autopsy while she continues to scream in her mind not to hurt her.

In other news, Divyanka can rightly be called the queen of television with over six million followers on Instagram, which is the highest for any Indian TV actor. birthday on December 14 in Thailand along with Vivek. The much-in-love couple made the most out of their trip and were sharing pictures from Phuket.


Pakistani anchor hosts bulletin with daughter to protest 8-yr-old’s rape

As Pakistan simmers under protests against the brutal rape and murder of an 8-year-old girl in Kasur, a news anchor with the popular Samaa TV protested by hosting a news bulletin with her daughter on Wednesday.

Kiran Naz, with her child on her lap, starts the bulletin by saying, “Today I’m not Kiran Naz. day, I’m a mother. This is why I am sitting here with my daughter.

The 1. 50 minute long emotionally-charged monologue by Naz sees her condemn the rapes and murders that plague the country. It is true when they say that the smallest coffins are the heaviest and entire Pakistan is burdened by the weight of her coffin.

The alleged rape and murder of the 8-year-old girl triggered violent protests in Punjab province that left two people dead in police firing on Wednesday.

Kasur town, located a short distance from the border with India, had been tense after the girl disappeared on January 4 while on her way home from a tuition centre. Her parents were away on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia, and her family circulated CCTV footage on social media that showed her with an unidentified man. Reports said the girl was allegedly raped multiple times before being strangled.

In the news bulletin, Naz points out the sad irony, that while the girl’s parents were praying for their daughter’s long life in Saudi Arabia and buying her toys, a “monster in Pakistan was raping her and throwing her body in trash. is not just a child’s rape and murder. This is the entire society’s murder.

Naz goes on to say that the 8-year-old’s rape and murder will once again initiate regret, investigation, committess, commission, enquiry and suo moto but, “the truth is that the girl does not need your justice. e will get justice by her God on Judgement Day when she questions her death and asks her fault.

The girl’s father, on returning to Pakistan on Wednesday, told the media that he would not bury her till justice was done.

Naz ends the bulletin by saying that it is not just the girl who is dead, the whole of humanity died with her.

Local media reports said the girl’s murder was the twelfth such case in Kasur over a period of one year. Kasur had hit the headlines in 2015 when a gang of paedophiles running a child sex ring was busted in the town. The gang allegedly abducted and sexually assaulted 280 children and blackmailed the families of some victims since 2009.

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