The Telegraph
Friday , June 5 , 2015
 
Howrah
 

Top of the chart

They are a bunch of bright and sharp teenagers who know their minds and have already chalked out their destinies. They are the toppers in this year’s Higher Secondary and ISC exams from...   | Read..
 

A hundred years of a library

Santragachhi Baniniketan Institute and Santragachhi Public Library stepped into their centenary year this June 1 having started their journey in 1916. To commemorate the...   | Read..
 

Medical aid

The Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI) observed the World Multiple Sclerosis Day with the support of mjunction on May 27. The event, held at the Avani Riverside...   | Read..
 

She swims like a fish

She is a little over 10 years old and her room at the Bally, Kumillapara house is already full of trophies and medals. When asked to show her achievements, Srishti Halder...   | Read..
 

Song, dance & a farewell

It was the annual programme of Dasnagar Samaj Sevi Sangha. On May 30th, on the club premises opposite Dasnagar Police Station, was held a blood donation camp. An evening of...   | Read..
 

Spreading goodwill among all

The narrow road leading to Baksara Borojmath from Satghora is lined with small factories and houses. However, amidst this congested row of buildings, a tall red temple...   | Read..
 

An hour of Bharatnatyam

It was an hour of Bharatnatyam at Anneshan’s 11th annual cultural evening on May 29th at Sarat Sadan (1). Anneshan is a dance institute run by Keya Bhaduri (Bhattacharya)....   | Read..
 

Working silently for the poor

In the narrow by-lanes of Howrah, many people silently work for the underprivileged people of society without seeking to come into the limelight. The members of Biren Roy,...   | Read..
 
Mayor Rathin Chakrabarty and minister for agriculture marketing Arup Roy inaugurate the drainage...   | Read..