UK PM to visit city: British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit the city on 14 November. He will visit All India Radio, IIM Kolkata and the Indian Museum, said a senior officer of Kolkata Police.     SNS
Man held: Police arrested Ajit Das on charges of cheating several businessmen in the city to the tune of Rs 43 lakh. He collected the money from the victims and fled to his home in Hooghly, police said.     SNS
Man beaten to death: Basudeb Pakira (56) of Dedhara village, Dhanekhali, died after he was severely beaten up for stealing vegetables from Yeaar Ali&’s farm. Ali reportedly caught Pakira red-handed.     SNS
Clash: Police and residents of Basudebpur village in Murshidabad clashed over the death of a local drug seller. Haji Akhtar Hossain was found dead on Sunday night on NH-34 triggering contoversy.     SNS
Maitra no more: South 24 Parganas district PDS secretary and party&’s state secretariate member, Kallol Maitra (57), passed away on Sunday at Rajarhat Tata centre.He was suffering from cancer.    SNS
Saradha mess: Saradha chief Mr Sudipto Sen was produced in Kakdwip ACJM court on Monday on the basis of complaint lodged by an ex-army man on 21 April. Sen was remanded in 14-day jail custody.    SNS
One missing: Abdul Mannan Mallik hailing from Tokipur area  in Murshidabad district went missing on Saturday, police said. Mr Mallik serves as an assistant teacher at a primary school in Murshidabad.    SNS
Schools to remain closed: Protesting against the attack on a Church and a school at Kalabri the Catholic schools in Jalpaiguri and Bagdogra would remain closed tomorrow, said the principal of Don Bosco School, Siliguri, Father VT Jose.     sns
Youth&’s body found: Police recovered the body of 25-year-old Surajit Saha, a resident of Baghajatin Colony in Siliguri,   in the Mongpong police outpost area, near Sevoke on Monday. Surajit had been missing for the past few days and a missing diary was lodged at Pradhan Nagar police station.     sns
Court summons 16: The Siliguri court has summoned 16 persons including the Darjeeling district CPI (M-L) Liberation secretary Mr Abhijit Majumdar, the district Association for Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR) secretary Mr Abhiranjan Bhaduri to be present in the court tomorrow. As both the CPI (M-L) Liberation and the APDR had organised a protest rally against the crime against women in the state allegedly without police permission in Siliguri on 24 June.sns