The Telegraph
Friday , August 8 , 2014

One-stop shop

When the last nail in the coffin of industrial rejuvenation has been driven, the state government is trying to hold up hope for small enterprises by arranging conclaves that offer one-stop solutions to their entrepreneurial problems. Micro, Small an...  | Read.. 
A good defender of the ball
Many of the older students of Santragachhi Kedarnath Institution still speak proudly of Rabin Das, their ace footballer, who ...  | Read.. 
Road block, a sure way for repairs
Following on the footsteps of the guardians and principals of the eight schools, who blocked GT Road recently demanding immed ...  | Read.. 
Bagnan flyover finally opens
The much awaited Bagnan flyover was inaugurated and opened to public in a ceremony on August 1. The flyover was built over th ...  | Read.. 
The college a stage
They have been friends for 50 years since they joined engineering college in 1964. To celebrate the golden jubilee of their f ...  | Read.. 
Acid-painted silks and pashmina work
As the festive fever sets in, its time for traders and shop owners to organise sari exhibitions. The season’s trends ha ...  | Read.. 
The idli-vada shop
Its a far cry from the cafe by the same name in Shoojit Sircar’s eponymous film. The 62-year old Madras Cafe at Howrah& ...  | Read.. 
N 24-Parganas rule ping pong game
Bantra Public Library’s 45th Annual Table Tennis Championship was held from July 26 to 29 at the library. Apart from be ...  | Read.. 
A child worker in a brick kiln in Howrah. Picture by Anup Bhattacharya