The Telegraph
Friday , June 27 , 2014

Bridging the gap

Nearly 2.5 lakh people living in 12 gram panchayats spread over Udaynarayanpur block in Howrah and Jangipara and Khanakul blocks in Hooghly have been practically stranded since vehicular movement has been banned on Damodar bridge from June 9. Locally...  | Read.. 
His feet hold his brush
His feet serve as his hands and when Ranjan Kurmi speaks, he comfortably uses his feet and toes to point or express himself. ...  | Read.. 
Adda at Ramrajatala
Ramrajatala station turns into an adda zone after five in the evening. As trains whistle past or some screech to a hal ...  | Read.. 
Extortion continues at veg mart
Vegetable traders, who thought that with the change in political guard, the era of extortion would end, have been proved wron ...  | Read.. 
Coaching poor students for free
Shiela Patra is visually impaired, presently studying BEd after completing her masters in Bengali from Calcutta University. L ...  | Read.. 
Music centre
Sraboni Sen Music Academy, in the name of the Rabindra Sangeet singer, was formed in collaboration with Biswatan, a Salkia-ba ...  | Read.. 
Bankim’s stay in Howrah
Bankim Chandra Chattopad-hyay came to live in Howrah in three short stints. The first time in February 14, 1881 as personal a ...  | Read.. 
Bankim mela draws crowd
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay’s birth anniversary has become a popular event over the years in Howrah. The 15th Howrah B ...  | Read.. 
Only pedestrians and two-wheelers are allowed to travel on Damodar bridge. Pictures by Gopal Senapati
Bridging the gap