The Telegraph
Friday , April 25 , 2014

The final countdown

After more than a month’s gruelling campaign, political parties in Howrah are now into the do-or-die last leg of voter wooing before the elections on April 30 for the two parliamentary seats of the district, Howrah Sadar and Uluberia. The camp...  | Read.. 
A penniless thespian
A new Bengali serial, based on Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Durgesh Nandini is being aired on ETV Bangla from April 15. ...  | Read.. 
Ward 6 waits for mayor’s action
Immediately after assuming office as mayor of Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC), Rathin Chakraborty, asked the engineers to ...  | Read.. 
Volleying for the future
A high iron fence surrounds the 10-cottah plot on Dharmatala Lane where, as soon as the summer afternoon sun descends, girls ...  | Read.. 
New status of performance
Howrah’s MC Kejriwal Vidyapeeth has added another feather to its cap by bagging the accreditation to NABET (National Ac ...  | Read.. 
A musical evening
lAn entertaining evening was in store for those who went to Sarat Sadan on April 20 to attend the fourth annual programme of ...  | Read.. 
Auto training at Don Bosco
Those who are looking to learning more about cars and motorbikes can make a beeline at Don Bosco Liluah’s Technical Sch ...  | Read.. 
Campaigning in Howrah Sadar constituency by Congress candidate Manoj Pandey,Picture by Anup Bhattacharya