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Bangles for business

The milky white bangle that nestles between the red pala and the noya (iron bangle) in the forearms of the Bengali bride is an enduring symbol of matrimony in Bengal. Called sankha in Bengali, these bangles made of conch shells ...  | Read.. 
 
Catching them young
He trains young children to be ace football players fit to play in the premier teams of Calcutta Maidan. Rathikanta Das catch ...  | Read.. 
 
Rabindra jayanti
The 15th edition of the prabhat pheri organised by Nicwon Centre for Performing Arts in Bally was held on May 9 this ...  | Read.. 
 
Locals face hurdles buying rail tickets
It is indeed ironical that for people living near Ramarajatala station, it is an ordeal to buy rail tickets. Those living to ...  | Read.. 
 
Job fair in school
The first of its kind, a job fair on a school campus! Students of Don Bosco Technical School, Liluah, were all charged up on ...  | Read.. 
 
Selling bangles to make a temple
Sankharipara in Antilla, Bagnan is home to over 60 families, who make conch shell bangles for a living. Although many have mo ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Bangles for business