Man beaten up by family members of paramour

first_imgKolkata: A youth was allegedly beaten up by the family members of a girl , who reportedly had a relationship with the man.The incident happened on Friday morning at Bahadurpur of Tehatta in Nadia. According to sources, the youth alleged that the girl was in a relationship with him since the past few years. But recently the girl started avoiding him. On Friday morning, the youth went to the girl’s house and sat on a dharna with posters. Seeing him creating a scene, the girl’s family members tried to force him to leave the place. But when he refused and claimed that the girl is trying to avoid him despite they were in a relationship, the girl was questioned. The girl said she had no relationship with the youth. Later, the youth was allegedly beaten up by the girl’s family. Some locals rescued the youth and rushed him to Nazirpur primary health centre. Tehatta police station was also informed about the incident. Cops are probing the case. Till Friday night no one was arrested.last_img read more

Tycoon touched by sympathy after loss of three children in Sri Lanka

Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen and his wife Anne have thanked the people of Scotland for their “words of comfort” after three of their four children died in the Sri Lanka attacks.The couple are thought to be Scotland’s largest landowners. The couple said the messages they had received had touched their hearts. “The Scottish Highlands has granted us abiding, special memories for our family.“It is for this reason that many of the words of comfort have fortified us and touched our hearts.”The couple said that their thoughts and condolences also went to the many other innocent families who lost loved ones in the tragedy in Sri Lanka. They added: “In the immense sadness, we are genuinely grateful that we remain united with our daughter, Astrid. Their children Alfred, five, Agnes, 12 and Alma, 15, were among more than 250 people killed in the bombing attacks on churches and hotels in April. Their children died when Islamist extremists targeted the hotel they were staying in, the Shangri La in Colombo, during the attacks on Easter Sunday. Churches and other hotels were also targeted.In full page adverts, taken out in The Scotsman and Press and Journal newspapers, Mr and Mrs Povlsen said: “We extend our heartfelt gratitude for the condolences, sympathy and many warming thoughts we have received following the tragic loss of our three beloved and beautiful children, Alfred, Agnes and Alma. “The loving memory of our three children, their wonderful spirit and souls will always be in our hearts.”Mr Holch Povlsen, who is the biggest single shareholder in the clothing giant Asos and also owns the international clothing chain Bestseller, is said to own more than 220,000 acres across the Highlands, including Aldourie Castle. (Courtesy BBC) read more