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Howrah

Halls of fame

Umesh Singh has opened an ice cream parlour and his elder brother Uday Bhan Singh runs an English medium school after their cinema hall, Parijat Cinema, closed down three years back. The Singh brothers, joint owners of Parijat Cinema, have decided to...  | Read.. 
 
GT Road a danger zone
Travelling along GT Road in north Howrah is now fraught with danger as the state PWD is turning it into reinforced cement con ...  | Read.. 
 
Budget, sans copy, at a glance
The first budget session of Trinamul Congress led Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC) was held on June 27. The total budget wa ...  | Read.. 
 
A versatile singer
Commuters who regularly travel by Metro rail would have noticed a music video of a song, Bristi namlo bole, being scre ...  | Read.. 
 
Doctors take to stage
A psychiatrist becomes a servant at a lawyer’s home and a gynaecologist could easily become a poor farmer in a village. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fight against drug abuse
Students, teachers and common people walked the streets in Howrah carrying placards and banners on June 26 to campaign agains ...  | Read.. 
 
Of principles and corruptions
Principles are crushed under the pressure of corruption and power. A simple professor is made to succumb to bureaucratic pres ...  | Read.. 
 
Skies open up on Rath Yatra
The skies opened up in the afternoon. The day had started cloudy and humid with everyone asking for the rains. Proving the ag ...  | Read.. 
 
Three young girls in Howrah enjoy the rains as they get drenched in a torrential shower. Picture by Gopal Senapati