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One cannot miss the writing on a sign board ‘Saraswati Pally, Ward–41, Baksara’ at the start of a brick-laden road leading to one of the several slums of Howrah from Baksara Village Road. But more than 300 residents of this slum, who are ...  | Read.. 
 
Folk theme rules the first Andul fest
The sprawling lawns of Andul Rajbari, the Andul Rajmath, provided the perfect setting for a cultural festival. The zamindar ...  | Read.. 
 
In search of local history
“The officials approached me in 2010 with the proposal but I refused on grounds of health,” said Manna. The department ...  | Read.. 
 
Tips on play-acting
Clarity in speech and correct diction are crucial in dialogue delivery in a play. In the Bengali alphabet, the letters ...  | Read.. 
 
On self-defence and street lights
The article ‘Beating Them Black and Blue’ published in The Telegraph Howrah on April 19 reminded me ...  | Read.. 
 
WE ASK, YOU ANSWER
Q1 Who, along with Gurusaday Dutta, inspected the disturbed area of Bamungachi in Salkia on the day of election of Howrah ...  | Read.. 
 
A Saradha office at Kalibabur Bazar
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