KOLKATA: Tension was triggered after Member of Parliament (MP) in Rajya Sabha Dr Santanu Sen was allegedly threatened by some unknown persons over phone. He lodged a complaint with the Sinthi police station in this regard on Saturday.According to the complaint lodged by Sen, he has been receiving threat calls from unknown numbers, stating that they would kill him. Sen alleged that three callers were using the same number to threaten him. Some other numbers were also used to threaten him with dire consequences. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAccording to sources, Sen was getting such calls since almost one and a half months. Initially, he did not pay any attention to the calls but the problem escalated since the last few weeks. It was alleged that he was getting threats frequently. Sen alleged that sometimes, the caller told him that he would be killed. He was told that his family members would be killed as well. During the last two calls, he was told that explosives will be placed near his residence to blow up the house. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataLater, Sen informed the Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee about the phone calls. Following that, he lodged a complaint with Sinthi police station, narrating the whole incident. He also stated that he is not afraid of such calls but intimated the police to act accordingly. He also provided the mobile numbers to the investigating officers. Based on Sen’s complaint, an FIR has been initiated on charges of 506 IPC (punishment for criminal intimidation) and 34 IPC (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) against unknown persons. Till Sunday night, no one has been arrested in the case. Sleuths are trying to get the details of the phone numbers which were used to threaten Sen. Police are also trying to locate the tower location of the mobile numbers.
Photographs: Tommaso RivaArchitect In Charge:Maximilian JencquelAssistant Architect:Irfie SantosoLandscape:Menno LandstraConstruction:Wayan EnggalWood Paneling :KalpataruCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Tommaso RivaRecommended ProductsWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82Text description provided by the architects. Umah Hati (Tranquil Heart) is an understated and humble private villa, yet also is a subtly audacious hybrid, bridging the West and the East. It seamlessly blends with the environment, giving it the feeling of a large cabin – but far more precious.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Tommaso RivaStudio Jencquel handled the architectural and interior design for the project, located in Sayan on the outskirts of Ubud, Bali. Construction began in June 2016 and was completed in December 2017. Using high-quality materials and sophisticated craftsmanship, Umah Hati makes the most of its setting and context, emanating tranquility from the heart of the house to its surroundings.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaWorking closely with the client, the design process yielded a timeless blend of Balinese vernacular and modernity. The L-shaped, single floor villa has a built surface of 400 m2 on a 4000 m2 property. It hosts three bedrooms with en suite baths, living room, dining area, kitchen, powder room, pantry, laundry, and staff quarters. In traditional Balinese style, many parts of the house are open to nature. Outside, a shimmering lap pool points toward lush jungle and the Ayung River gorge.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaLocal materials were carefully chosen for the project, including reclaimed Indonesian ironwood for the roof and structure. A key feature is the roof design, constructed with immaculate detail and fine craftsmanship. Rafters are made of Bankirai wood, sanded smooth and left natural. Japanese joining techniques bind the main roof ridge. Woven rattan from Sulawesi beautifully lines the interior, while ironwood shingles secure the roof cover. Modest proportions and height lend an intimate, sheltered feel to the proceedings, and an appearance of simplicity that hides the complexity of its execution.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaSave this picture!Roof PlanSave this picture!© Tommaso RivaA river in Ubud provides soft volcanic Paras stone for distinctive wall-cladding. Exotic Asian and Italian marbles constitute bathroom vanities, as well as lovely flooring in the living room, kitchen, and master bath. Richly hued Indonesian teak is used for wall cladding, bedroom floors, windows, and doors. A century-old teak log has been repurposed as a spectacular vanity in the master bath, complete with an inlaid marble sink. Outside, garden walls are crafted of rough lava stone.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaWorkers surprisingly discovered a beautiful garden space hidden along the river’s edge of the property and furnished it with a wood platform – a reminder that sometimes the land talks to us, if we listen.Save this picture!© Tommaso RivaProject gallerySee allShow lessChongqing Liangjiang New District ∑ INNOVATION SPACE / Shanghai Dushe Architectural …Selected ProjectsBellevue College Residential Hall / NAC ArchitectureSelected Projects Share CopyHouses, House Interiors•Indonesia Houses “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/954050/umah-hati-villa-studio-jencquel Clipboard Area: 450 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Tommaso Riva+ 30Curated by Hana Abdel Share CopyAbout this officeStudio JencquelOfficeFollowProductsWoodStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsVernacular ArchitectureBaliOn FacebookIndonesiaPublished on December 30, 2020Cite: “Umah Hati Villa / Studio Jencquel” 29 Dec 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Kolkata: In a rare heart surgery, the SSKM Hospital has given a fresh lease of life to a 23-year-old woman from West Midnapore, suffering from critical structural defect in her aorta, the main great vessel coming out of the heart that supplies blood into the whole body.A team of doctors at the Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery (CTVS) and Cardio Thoracic Vascular Anaesthesia (CTVA) departments of the SSKM performed the surgery on the patient, Purnima Bera (23) that lasted for nearly eight hours. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe operation was carried out on last Saturday after she was admitted to the hospital.A resident of Amarda village of Mohanpur in West Midnapore, she was suffering from severe chest pain following which her family members took her to Mohanpur block hospital. Bera was later shifted to Egra Superspecialty hospital but due to lack of adequate infrastructure she was again transferred back to the city. She was finally brought to the emergency department of the SSKM a few days ago. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe patient was referred to the CTVS department from Cardiology. It was found that the patient was suffering from Aortic dissection after conducting echocardiography. CT angiography could not be performed on the patient as her condition deteriorated. The doctors decided to operate the patient as her chest pain aggravated. She had dissecting aortic aneurysm extending up to iliac arteries (of lower abdomen) and it was circumferential in nature, that is whole aorta was dilated throughout its whole circumference. A team of doctors from CTVS and CTVA (Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anaesthesia), headed by Dr Santanu Dutta and Dr Shubhendu Mahapatra performed the rare surgery. Aortic dissection is a serious condition in which there is a tear in the wall of the major artery carrying blood out of the heart (aorta). As the tear extends along the wall of the aorta, blood can flow in between the layers of the blood vessel wall (dissection). This can lead to aortic rupture followed by instantaneous death or decreased blood flow (ischemia) to organs.Ascending aortic replacement was done with a Dacron synthetic graft using a peripheral artery cannulation technique under cardiopulmorary bypass. Because of this peripheral cannulation technique and due to the extension of the disease, it took nearly nine hours to complete the entire operation.”Cardiopulmonary bypass continued for nearly four and a half hours with an aortic clamp time of three hours. Hemostasis (arresting bleeding) was one of the major tasks after the successful repairing of the defect. The next challenge was successful weaning from the cardiopulmonary bypass uneventfully after such prolonged bypass time,” Dr Kakali Ghosh of CTVA said.The patient was shifted to the recovery unit. She has been kept under observation in the critical care unit. The post operative care is also equally important in any cardiac surgery, the doctors observed. Aortic dissection most often happens because of a tear or damage to the inner wall of the aorta.