The Telegraph
Friday , February 8 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

In the killers’ den

Even if the district forest officials could be made to get their act together and clear the Santragachhi Jheel in time for winter visitors, the gang of illegal poachers in and around Howrah, lie in wait to trap and kill them in primitive and cruel wa...  | Read.. 
100 years from pathsala to school
A century has passed since a pathsala in Bally was turned into a school. Bally Jora Aswathatala Vidyalaya, established ...  | Read.. 
A trap for shooters
After Joydeep Karmakar’s close miss of the bronze medal in the 2012 London Olympics, Howrah shooters have taken to trap ...  | Read.. 
Peace in poetry
Poet Joy Goswami has included his verses in one of his edited volumes Goshaibagan. In his introduction to that volume, ...  | Read.. 
Draupadi and more at Natadha fest
Draupadi makes an interesting subject for most theatre directors and playwrights. Many have tried to portray the various shad ...  | Read.. 
’Henry adapted to times
Martha Meacham ran her dockyard café with an iron hand. Although sympathetic at heart, Martha would never accept any indiscip ...  | Read.. 
Rough road to jheel
lDuring winter, there is a lot of traffic from Howrah, Calcutta and other places to Santragachhi Jheel for the migratory bird ...  | Read.. 
In the killers’ den