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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Bhumi Mandvi has been in hospital since Wednesday for treatment of a heart condition
A woman has died after falling at a camp for migrants in north India while trying to stop people crossing the border, police say.
The woman, who was not named, died on Thursday night at the Adivasi Shakti Sangham (Adivasi Unity Foundation) camp in Birbhum district in West Bengal state.
She had been ill for more than a week and fell at about 14:45 local time (05:45 GMT) while trying to prevent an illegal crossing, a police officer said.
Migrant shelters have become a flashpoint in India.
Relatives who travelled for an hour-and-a-half to be at the scene said the woman, known only by the name Bhumi, had been ill for about a week and had developed breathing problems.
“She was worried about the illegal immigration of migrants coming to this corner of the district,” said Ashish Kumar, chief of the Adivasi Shakti Sangham camp.
“She tried her best to stop them, but she fainted and fell and died.”
Many of the 1,500 people living at the camp are from the Nepal-India border region, he said.
Image copyright Reuters Image caption There is a limit on the number of people who can be accommodated at the camp
Mr Kumar said the camp, established three years ago, was organised to help the migrants with their basic needs, like food, clothing and shelter, since they did not have any.
On Tuesday, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee had called for an end to “forced” immigration by members of an ethnic community that the Indian government says has been over-represented in the state.
She is protesting over the death of members of her ruling Trinamool Congress party earlier this month, including 17-year-old Manas Pandey, who fell to his death from a train bridge near the Bhagalpur town.
Bhagalpur is also close to the border with Nepal, where hundreds of migrants have been crossing illegally in recent years.
In May, 22 people died, many of them children, when the train they were on derailed at the Rajbanshi crossing.
Last year, 22 people were killed in West Bengal when they were struck by lightning while trying to cross the border
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One of the founding fathers of the UK’s coffee culture is turning up the heat in London – opening the first Dunkin’ Donuts in the UK capital on Saturday.
Coffee giant Dunkin’ Donuts is to open on the South Bank with two stores – one on Waterloo Bridge and another in Covent Garden.
In addition to coffee, the business will also sell doughnuts, croissants, sandwiches, and doughnut-related snacks such as ice creams.
The high-street chain says it is helping to protect the UK’s 10,000 independent coffee shops.
Dunkin’ Donuts has been credited with making American coffee popular in the UK.
Until now, there had been no shop on the South Bank – the only place where the famous doughnuts can be bought.
Image caption David Strother said coffee shops were “very important” to him
Mr Strother, the company’s UK marketing director, said: “It’s a place where people can come and meet for lunch and dinner, where they can have a quiet cup of coffee.”
He said the company’s rise as a key player in coffee culture had been “incredibly satisfying”.
One of the first big UK brands to gain traction, Dunkin’ Donuts has created a strong reputation for itself in the UK.
“We’re known as an American brand that’s well integrated in Britain,” said Mr Strother.
He said that after the introduction of its doughnut business, in 1972, it was “widely accepted that it would be every bit as good as McDonalds – you couldn’t go wrong”.
‘Still the best’
In 1996, there were reportedly around 3,000 coffee shops in the UK. That number has now risen to more than 10,000.
The high-street coffee shop has become a British institution.