The Telegraph
Friday , April 4 , 2014

Summer woe

In a desperate bid to ensure water supply in Howrah town this summer, Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC) has started boring 29 deep tube wells in added areas and other wards that are known to be dry zones within the core areas of the civic body. Besi...  | Read.. 
The heart of the matter
One October morning, when Janardhan Prasad, 47, was suddenly out of breath and had palpitations, he was immediately taken to ...  | Read.. 
Colours of Holi and better roads
The article, ‘Unholy Colours’, published in The Telegraph Howrah on March 14 was a good description of how ...  | Read.. 
A break in playback
Those who watch television may have watched the advertisement of Shalimar Chef Mirch Masala where Konkona Sen Sharma plays a ...  | Read.. 
Bankim remembered
While everyone was celebrating Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary, a cultural group from Howrah, Kanikanjali, ...  | Read.. 
Roads freed of haat
Mangaler Haat was shifted from Bankim Setu and its footpath more than a year ago to allow smooth passage for vehicles and ped ...  | Read.. 
Earth Hour by alumni
30pm to 9:30pm at Holy Home School campus in Serampore. The association has been organizing Earth Hour since 2012, for increa ...  | Read.. 
Gold and diamonds and everything precious
The red carpet welcome starts from the lift itself as uniformed security guards usher in visitors into the dazzling showroom ...  | Read.. 
A message on World Theatre Day
What is the agenda of performing artistes, specially theatre actors, in the present global scenario? Should they conform only ...  | Read.. 
Children demonstrate against water scarcity in ward no. 48. A Telegraph picture