The Telegraph
Friday , May 30 , 2014

Against all odds

After May 23, Tapan Bairagi, 48, a rickshaw-puller in Nischinda, Bally is making extra trips between Bally station and Nischinda bazar every day. Tapan’s daily income is usually a meagre Rs 300 with which he barely meets the expenses of his f...  | Read.. 
Sewing schools in rural belt
Pallabi Hazra, 18, of Radhanagar in Shyampur, had completed her Higher Secondary exams last year. She was sitting idle for th ...  | Read.. 
Attempt to fill up Dumurjala Jheel
The residents of HIT quarters and local people are worried at the way a part of Dumurjala Jheel is being filled up by a secti ...  | Read.. 
Soumitra takes his play to Bally
Bally Rabindra Bhavan was bursting at its seams on the evening of May 24 as the audience settled down to watch Soumitra Chatt ...  | Read.. 
More about Alamohan
lThe article on Alamohan Das titled ‘A nagar named after him’ published in The Telegraph Howrah on ...  | Read.. 
Against all odds