The Telegraph
Friday , May 23 , 2014

Undeclared holiday

May 16 seemed to be an undeclared holiday in Howrah. The town wore a deserted look as people were glued to their television sets following the counting of votes in the Howrah parliamentary constituency along with the rest of the country. ...  | Read.. 
The winner takes it all
Amidst the all-round calm and quietude in Howrah, the only area that was teeming and buzzing with activity was the Howrah Ind ...  | Read.. 
‘Fusion, not distortion’
Music runs in his blood. His grandfather, Manindra Bhattacharjee was a well-known Dhrupad singer, who was associated with the ...  | Read.. 
West Bank success in rare case
Narendranath Roy, 75, was a healthy man till April 4 morning when he suddenly collapsed while having his morning tea. His son ...  | Read.. 
Celebrating with a saffron laddu
Emerging as a force to be reckoned with in Howrah, BJP supporters celebrated their electoral success in a big way on May 16. ...  | Read.. 
Birthday show
For the octogenarian, it was a birthday to remember. Artist Nikhilesh Das’s 80th birthday was celebrated by his student ...  | Read.. 
Faulty signal causes mayhem
For the last couple of months, a faulty traffic signal at Natun Rastar More is causing pandemonium at the busy crossing and i ...  | Read.. 
Counting on at Howrah Dumurjala Stadium. Picture by Gopal Senapati