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Hawker-free Howrah station

The 159-year-old red brick facade easily catches one’s eye travelling across the river to the west bank. Howrah Station, the gateway to eastern India, stands in resplendent glory, swathed in pale sunshine that highlights the grandeur of its colonial architecture...  | Read.. 
New HMC mayor takes oath
Most residents of Howrah never remembered the oath-taking ceremonies of their mayor. For the past 29 years, the Left Front ...  | Read.. 
Dilapidated building a threat in Bally
There are several dilapidated buildings in Bally Municipality that are becoming a growing threat to the residents, as the building ...  | Read.. 
Not many takers for meditation centre
While students of Bengal Engineering and Science University (Besu) prefer to give the new ‘Prasanti Neer’, a meditation centre ...  | Read.. 
Walking in aid of AIDS
The Howrah health department observed World AIDS Day on December 1 in a big way this year. A procession was taken out from Howrah District ...  | Read.. 
Working for human rights
Asian Front of Human Rights, an organisation fighting for human rights since 1978, observed World Human Rights Day ...  | Read.. 
A rally of Royal Enfield bikes kicked off from Avani Mall and ended at Deulti on Sunday. Picture by Anup Bhattacharya