The Telegraph
Friday , November 28 , 2014

The one-way conundrum

The proposed Salkia flyover may ease the traffic load on Salkia Chowrasta, but the rest of GT Road, from TL Jaiswal Hospital to Bally Khal, will continue to be plagued by chock-a-block traffic snarls because of the random flouting of traffic rules. A...  | Read.. 
Stars take time out to mix cakes
Everyone at Treat, the food court at Avani Riverside Mall, on November 22, had their heads turned to watch Tanusree and Saheb ...  | Read.. 
The saxophonist of Howrah
The romantic sound of the saxophone reverberates in the locality at Naskarpara Lane when Sanjay Naskar practises his notes at some time in the day...  | Read.. 
Where fantasies are but dreams
Their fantasies come alive only when they sleep but when they wake up, all they find is poverty and squalor. This hard-nosed ...  | Read.. 
Bridge too old to take traffic volume
Traffic jams are a regular affair on the narrow Santragachhi rail bridge, particularly during busy morning and evening hours ...  | Read.. 
Football camp
It was a treat to watch Howrah MP Prasun Banerjee juggle the ball. The little boys, who were sitting on the ground, watched i ...  | Read.. 
Fishermen in the Hooghly return in the evening after a day’s catch. Picture by Anup Bhattacharya