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first_imgKolkata: One of 25 missing fishermen was rescued alive by a commercial vessel of Bangladesh near Chittagong on Wednesday morning after five days. Crew members of the Bangladesh vessel who rescued him could not believe that he managed to float in the rough sea and sustain without water, food and life jacket.According to sources, on Wednesday around 11 am, Bangladesh time (10:30 am IST) the commercial vessel, MV Jawad, saw a man floating in the water of Bay of Bengal. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersAs the information about the missing fishermen was conveyed to all ships and vessels, the captain and crew of Jawad understood that the floating man was from the missing fishing vessels of India. Bangladesh Coast Guard and Bangladesh Navy were immediately radioed by the captain of Jawad. However, both coast guard and Navy informed that due to bad weather they would be late and requested to the crew members MV Jawad to rescue the man. After this, crew of Jawad started the rescue operations. At first, a life jacket and a buoi was thrown towards the fisherman, who was later identified as Rabindranath Das. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaDas couldn’t get hold of the life jacket or the buoi. Later, a shipping net was thrown on Das using a crane. This time Das was able to entangle himself in the net and then he was dragged to the vessel. After rescuing him, Das was provided with food and hot beverage. After a few moments, Das regained his ability to speak and told the crew members his name and how he went missing. He was later admitted to a hospital in Chittagong. After Das was rescued, a message was conveyed to Indian Coast Guard and South 24-Parganas district administration of Bengal. Following this, Das’s family members were informed. Till now, 24 other fishermen are missing. Searches are on to find them. Formalities to send Das back to India have been started.last_img read more

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Police in Linden, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) are on the hunt for a male suspect in relation to the alleged rape of a 12-year-old girl, which took place on the evening of Saturday, August 12.Reports are that the 12 year-old, who reportedly attended an event with three of her friends, caught a taxi referred to as a ‘$100 dollar car’ or ‘short drop car’ at Co-op Crescent, Mackenzie, around 22:00hrs in an effort to get to her home at Amelia’s Ward, Linden.However, upon reaching the area, the taxi driver reportedly passed the stops where the child and her friends were expected to get out. The three friends who were seated in the back seat reportedly forced their way out of the car, leaving the victim who was seated in the front seat and who was wearing her seat belt at the time, inside.The victim was reportedly taken to a ‘back road’ area at Lower Kara Kara by the taxi driver where she was forced out of the vehicle and sexually assaulted. The suspect reportedly then dropped the victim off at the Kara Kara Bridge where she was left to walk home.Family members of the victim, who were said to be looking for her after her friends alerted them as to what transpired, then took her to the Police station, thence to the Linden Hospital for medical examination. The results of the medical examination proved that the victim was sexually assaulted. Police reportedly took statements in relation to the matter.However, the suspect has been eluding the lawmen. Officers are said to have visited the home of the suspect and an area where he frequents but he remains in hiding. (Utamu Belle) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSuspect in rape of 12-year-old turns self inAugust 25, 2017In “Crime”Linden taxi driver remanded to prison for alleged rape of girl, 12September 5, 2017In “Court”Taxi driver accused of raping teen granted bailSeptember 14, 2018In “Court” read more

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