A Story about Tea by Arup Kumar Dutta

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Yes. The police have declared the case closed. My father intends to use the warehouse again from tomorrow now that the thieves have been caught. The tea-chests piling up in the factory are going to be transferred to the warehouse:' They left behind them a delighted Sawana, grinning from ear to ear. Mongla rejoined them a little later. " he asked. "Sawana is definitely bluffing," Rajviranswered. "It was a dark and rainy night, he had no light, the rain washed away the pugIIUlIb yet he is certain that it was a leopard.

A full-grown bull is a heavy animal and the leopard couldn't very well have jumped over the fence with it. " "He looks too cheerful to have lost a bull," Alka observed. " "Just as 1 thought,'" Mongla said. "Sawana needs to be . watched," "That's what we plan to do," Pranjol said. " CHAPTER IX Around 11 o'clock Pranjol and Rajvir slipped out of bed and tiptoed down the staircase. As they left the bungalow and went towards the tool-shed, TallY who was left unchained at night, joined them. " ~ The trio moved at a fast trot.

56 , CHAI'TERX A pair of quarrelling magpies woke the boys early the next morning. They did not waste time in changing out of their pajamas but raced straight to Mr. Barua. Mr: Barna listened gravely while they told him about the tunnel, the boat in the river and Sawana's involvement With the shopkeeper and his gang of thieves. He rang up the police-station. Kotoki arrived almost immediately. As the boys began their tale again, Kotoki first tried to brush them aside but as their story unfolded his face reddened With embarrassment.

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