The Telegraph
Friday , February 15 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

No ground to rest

Shyamal Banerjee, 70, a resident of Kali Kundu Lane in Howrah’s Shibpur, was a broken man after his pet German Shepherd died after a brief illness. A pall of gloom descended on the family with the death of a pet that had been a family member fo...  | Read.. 
In sickness and in death ...
Pet owners in Howrah face an uphill task when their companions fall ill because the town falls woefully short in providing ve ...  | Read.. 
Intro to mountain-climbing
lAfter a gap of two years, Bally Bhagirathi, a mountaineering club of Bally, resumed its four-day introductory mountaineering ...  | Read.. 
Volleying it hard and high
Pradipta Mandal was a jovial 22-year old when he died in a road accident on July 5 last year. Brought up in Vizag, the young ...  | Read.. 
A multi-tasker
World records are tough to make or break but here is someone who has made a record in acts that can hardly be imitated. Chimp ...  | Read.. 
A short-cut to traffic snarl
Commuters love to take shortcuts to their destination and welcome building of roads and flyovers that cut short their commuti ...  | Read.. 
Tombs of pets at the burial ground at Thakurpukur in Calcutta