The Telegraph
Friday , February 21 , 2014

Having no truck with policy

Two truck terminals in Howrah are now on the verge of closure as they remain empty for most of the time, with very few truckers choosing to park their vehicles there and availing the facilities being offered. The truck terminals were built to allow ...  | Read.. 
Gymnastics an art
He swung on parallel bars and rotated on the pommel horse deftly in his heydays. Debasish Dam Chowdhury made a name for himse ...  | Read.. 
A new address for Valentine’s Day
Shruti Sharma scribbled her heart out on the small notepaper and stuck it up on the red heart-shaped message board. Her ̵ ...  | Read.. 
Traffic conundrum at Phansitala
A state of pandemonium reigns at Howrah Maidan’s Phansitala More and Panchanantala More from morning till late at night ...  | Read.. 
An asar for the little ones
Learning with joy spread smiles across 1,200 children, who came to participate at the sit-and-draw competition, organised at ...  | Read.. 
The grand bath
In keeping with tradition, thousands of people from different parts of Salkia took part in Sitala Matar Snan Yatra on ...  | Read.. 
Soccer mania of Bankra
It is like a much-hyped T20 cricket tournament that keeps every one on their toes. Every resident of Bankra is totally involv ...  | Read.. 
For better civic amenities
Trinamul’s success in the Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC) elections after a 29-year Left Front rule, is historic. We ...  | Read.. 
The Dhulagarh Truck Terminal lies idle even as goods-laden trucks remain parked on highways and enter the city at all hours. Pictures by Anup Bhattacharya