Neela Debnath

Neela Debnath is a member of the Independent's online editorial team. She has an MA in Journalism (NCTJ accredited) from Brunel University. She is interested in current affairs, media and dipping into other areas of journalism.

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Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton star as a pair of witch hunters in tonight's episode of Inside no. 9

Inside No 9, The Trial of Elizabeth Gadge, TV review: Quintessentially barmy British comedy

Another top class bit of silliness from the makers of Psychoville and The League of Gentlemen 

Take a trip on the Jungfraubahn in Switzerland

Take a trip on Europe's highest railway with this incredible timelapse video

The Jungfraubahn in Switzerland stands at 3,454 metres high

The man is left buried in the snow

Watch man get buried alive in avalanche in Canada

The skier had a lucky escape, only sustaining minor injuries

Watch the most middle class car chase ever as men make off in Audi RS7 after failing to rob Kenilworth Waitrose

The men were fleeing after they failing to break into a supermarket cash machine

The stacked packets of drugs

Police burn 13 tonne drug haul worth millions of dollars

The narcotics were seized from various operations since the beginning of the year

A screengrab from the video

Walter Scott shooting: Video shows police officer fatally shoot black man

The video comes in the wake of incidents in Ferguson and New York

Holly Earl and Shazad Latif in Ordinary Lies

Ordinary Lies, TV review: Even Robin Thicke wouldn’t be able to untangle the threads of moral ambiguity wrapped around this episode

Episode 4: Loudmouth Rick is involved in a tale of underage sex wrapped in moral ambiguity

Disgraced Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson

Top Gear: Final episodes featuring Jeremy Clarkson may 'never be on TV'

There are concerns over some missing links that would look 'odd' without the controversial presenter's presence

Eurovision’s Greatest Hits was presented by Graham Norton and Petra Mede

Eurovision 2015: BBC cuts gay rights protest from greatest hits 60th anniversary show

The BBC cut out booing before Russian pop star Dima Bilan took to the stage

It's not over yet for the Dowager Countess in the Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey's Dowager Countess could be back in New York period drama

The pithy putdowns from the queen of sarcasm may be returning

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