The Telegraph
Friday , February 28 , 2014
Prodded by a section of Howrah citizens and a news report in The Telegraph Howrah on June 29, 2012, the state health department and the district administration sat up and took notice of the illegal occupation of the building that once housed t...  | Read.. 
Following Swamiji’s ideals
For 108 years, an organisation in Bantra has been following the ideals of Swami Vivekananda. In 1905, Bantra Anath Bandhu Sam ...  | Read.. 
Behind the camera
The ground floor room in his house near Bally Bazar has files stashed away on shelves and even under tables. These files are ...  | Read.. 
We shall overcome
They are challenged in various degrees but make up with their eagerness and enthusiasm. About 550 physically challenged child ...  | Read.. 
Being choked to death
At one point of time, the Bally-Jagacha blocks of Howrah were dotted with a number of big ponds where local people would bath ...  | Read.. 
A kick and a punch
Self-defence workshops are increasingly becoming popular for women who are always on the move and need to be able to protect ...  | Read.. 
Under threat of dominating languages
Residents of Howrah observed Antarjatik Matri Bhasa Dibas on February 21 by organizing exhibitions, symposiums, semina ...  | Read.. 
No act from beyond
Natadha’s short play festival, Mahanatya Samaraha is a great opportunity for smaller theatre groups to stage the ...  | Read.. 
A woman’s best friend
She glittered in gold and diamonds that went off well with her chanderi lehenga and peacock green choli. ...  | Read.. 
A steamer sails on the Hooghly on a foggy winter morning. Picture by Anup Bhattacharya