The Telegraph
Friday , July 25 , 2014

A new court coming

The state PWD has started building a new Howrah judicial complex, meeting a long standing demand of the lawyers of the Howrah court. The need for a new judicial complex was felt way back in 1994, when a constable and a court employee were killed as c...  | Read.. 
Club for Howrah medics
They are busy treating patients, handling emergencies and addressing various health issues at hospitals and at their private ...  | Read.. 
Juggling multiple music roles
Sanjukta Dey is a busy music teacher. A young and upcoming Rabindrasangeet artiste, Sanjukta finds little time for herself. A ...  | Read.. 
Gaining from strength to strength
This was a test of strength, albeit, a bit different from the usual weightlifting competitions. It involved lifting weights b ...  | Read.. 
Cardiac OPD
There is good news for heart patients in Howrah, who have to spend a lot from their pockets every time they consult a cardiol ...  | Read.. 
Bally subway under pressure
The subway under Eastern Railway’s Bally station, through which thousands of people pass everyday, is so narrow and the ...  | Read.. 
High on hilsa
The hilsa traders of Howrah Fish Market are waiting for supply of the silver fish to arrive from Bangladesh for prices to set ...  | Read.. 
Auto training
A typical Salesian inauguration programme, which included cutting the ribbon and blessing the new training centre, was arrang ...  | Read.. 
New water park draws the young
There is reason to be at Belillious Park again. With the old rides having lost their charm, a new water theme park, Aquadeep, ...  | Read.. 
Bankim, station, soccer and more
The article titled ‘Bankim’s stay in Howrah’, published in The Telegraph Howrah on June 27 has aptly ...  | Read.. 
Boys in Uluberia play football in slush. Picture by Gopal Senapati