The Telegraph
Friday , October 25 , 2013
 
Howrah

Nightmare on GT Road

Bad is an understatement for the present condition of GT Road, I think its atrocious. Whenever I ask anyone when this road is going to be repaired, I never get a concrete answer. As the district administration passes the buck to other bodies...  | Read.. 
 
Craters, potholes, peeling asphalt, accidents and a death
For the last six months, travelling along GT Road has been a nightmare for thousands of commuters, who are forced to take ...  | Read.. 
 
Funds crunch stalls repair on GT Road
People living near GT Road fail to remember when the road in north Howrah was last thoroughly repaired. For the past few year ...  | Read.. 
 
The music maker
For 64 years, Kanailal Bhowmick has been stringing instruments that make the most haunting music. The octogenarian music man ...  | Read.. 
 
Lakshmi arrives on a full moon night
The goddess with two paris at Dharanidhar Mullick’s house and (below) women of the household prepare for the puja. ...  | Read.. 
 
All is fair at Avani
With Diwali shopping gaining pace, the best place to shop during rains or sultry weather is in the comfort zone of a shopping ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman’s best friend
Dhanteras and Diwali will be a glittering affair this year for residents in and around Salkia. They are already taking a peek ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Bikramjit Pathak, 19, a resident of Liluah, on his way to TL Jaiswal Hospital on a pair of crutches. He had to negotiate this crater-filled road on foot as rickshaws refused to ply this stretch. Picture by Amrita Ghosh