The Telegraph
Friday , August 23 , 2013

From garment park to seat of power

Had the Hooghly River Bridge Commissioners (HRBC) been able to complete the 14-storey building at Kshetra Banerjee Lane before 2011, it would now have hosted the biggest garment and technology park in West Bengal. The 14-storey building, spread over ...  | Read.. 
Travelling to the new Writers’
While Mamata Banerjee took a day to announce the shift of Writers’ Buildings to the HRBC building in Howrah, it has lef ...  | Read.. 
Securing the state secretariat
The residents of Howrah may feel honoured by the state government’s decision to shift the state secretariat to Howrah, ...  | Read.. 
Food for thought
Karur poush mash, karur sorbonash (windfall for some and doom for others). This popular Bengali adage seems apt for th ...  | Read.. 
The new HRBC building that will house the state secretariat from October till the time the Writers’ Buildings is restored. The HRBC building was originally built to house garment traders Picture by Picture by Gopal Senapati