The Telegraph
Friday , July 18 , 2014

Water, still a trickle

A string of people made a beeline for a non-descript two-storied house in Kazipara on June 19. Inside, a portrait of a youth had a fresh garland on it as kajis read the Quran and mourners sat quietly, heads bent. This was the second dea...  | Read.. 
Calm on-field, angry off-field
In the heydays of Bengal football, enthusiastic fans would spend hours before their radio sets listening to the running commentary ...  | Read.. 
Is it a bird or a plane?
A two-feet long plane, that could easily be mistaken for a toy, can do wonders on its own, specially when it is controlled by ...  | Read.. 
Reference library for students
Humanities students of Domjur Azad Hind Fouj College largely benefit from the reference books at Domjur Sadharan Pathagar, ju ...  | Read.. 
A prelude to the Pujas
With the once-in-four-years Football World Cup festival out of the way, clubs are now getting back to the humdrum of preparin ...  | Read.. 
Traditional rivals turned supporters
Traditional rivals and foes turned friends and supporters for the World Cup 2014 final but even that couldn’t save the ...  | Read.. 
State urban development minister Firhad Hakim at Puddapukur Water Works