The Telegraph
Friday , November 8 , 2013

No short cut

After the October 16 deluge when Amta II and Udaynarayanpur blocks of Howrah were once again submerged following the release of excess water by Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), the state irrigation department got working on a new plan to control the...  | Read.. 
Themes stretch from village to ghosts
Kadamtala Pancham Sangha did a typical Bengal village for its theme. There was paddy, a granary, a tol and mud houses where l ...  | Read.. 
Fire flowers in the skies
The Howrah skies were set afire on Kali puja night as the red-and-yellow sparkles of tubris (flower pots) scaled new h ...  | Read.. 
Demand for ATMs in libraries
ATMs in libraries and a swift filling up of vacant posts of librarians were the two demands made at the fifth bi-annual confe ...  | Read.. 
School suffers due to rains
Studies at Bamangachhi Kendriya Vidyalaya are hit badly as the school compound goes under water during most part of the monso ...  | Read.. 
Puja peeves
Reading the article, ‘Stop! Puja Here’ published in The Telegraph Howrah on September 27, I wondered wheth ...  | Read.. 
Villagers, including school children, travel on rafts at Purtishibpur
No short cut