Body of student found stuck on iron rods of building in Beliaghata

first_imgKolkata: Mystery shrouds the death of a first year college student whose body was found on the iron gate of a multi-storey building on Khoda Gange road in Beliaghata where the victim used to stay with his mother.Police said the victim identified as Asutosh Mondal (18) used to live at a rented flat situated on the fourth floor of ‘Ashirbad Apartment’ with his mother and grandmother nearly six months. The locals heard a loud thud and rushed to the spot to see his body on the iron rods of the gate. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe locals removed him from the gate and rushed him to NRS Medical College and Hospital in a taxi. The patient succumbed to his injuries in the hospital. The victim was a student of a well known college in the city. He came to the city to study from Mallarpur in Birbhum. Police said the incident took place at around 3.50 pm. According to the preliminary investigation, police suspect that Mondal might have fallen from the balcony situated on the fourth floor Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedof the building. They are yet to confirm if the victim had committed suicide or there was any foul play behind his death. Police did not find a suicide note from the room of the victim. Cops are interrogating his mother and other family members in this connection to know what might have led to the incident. They are not ruling out the possibility of the victim being involved in a love affair. A detailed probe has been initiated. The body has been sent for an autopsy. It was also learnt that forensic experts will visit the place on Monday to carry out the investigation. Police are waiting for the report which might throw some light on the death of the student.last_img read more

SkyTeam launches twostop Go Round the World Pass for frequent flyers

first_imgTags: SkyTeam Tuesday, July 18, 2017 SkyTeam launches two-stop Go Round the World Pass for frequent flyers Posted by Travelweek Group center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> AMSTERDAM — With travellers becoming much more sophisticated and adventurous, simple one-stop itineraries aren’t going to cut it anymore. In response, global airline alliance SkyTeam has launched a brand new two-stop option for its popular Go Round the World Pass.Ideal for regular travellers who require multi-destination itineraries, the two-stop Pass accommodates the needs of the frequent flyer and is being hailed for its flexibility and convenience.Available starting today (July 17), the pass can be booked up to seven days in advance, for travel on any of SkyTeam’s 20 member airlines, which service 1,062 destinations in 179 countries.Fares are available for all classes – Economy, Business and First. For example, travellers can start in New York, head to Paris then onward to Shanghai before landing back in New York starting from US$5,650 in Economy.The two-stop option is the latest addition to SkyTeam’s Go Round the World Pass, which offers clients two to 15 stops. For more information go to skyteam.com/en/round-the-world-planner Sharelast_img read more