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Friday , July 24 , 2015

The Friday flashback

Dears readers, This is the last issue of The Telegraph Howrah supplement   | Read..

An actor by accident

Kamakshya Chakraborty had never imagined that he would see himself on screen someday. A simple man with a job in the Railways, Chakraborty had no experience of acting. His...   | Read..

Funds an issue with  incomplete library

The walls of the room are damp and that will ruin the small but significant collection of books at Jnanasree Granthagar O Sammelani, near the Indian Botanic Garden. An...   | Read..

Books and technology must coexist

Members of South Howrah Citizens’ Forum gathered at the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur (IIEST) on Sunday evening for a discussion on...   | Read..

Rath Yatra celebrated with gaiety

Cloudy skies and the previous day’s rain had left everyone wondering if it would be another rainy and slushy day ahead. Fortunately, the dry weather on Rath Yatra day...   | Read..

Id and Rath mela draws crowds

The Id-ul-Fitr and Rath Yatra holiday in the last weekend gave a gorgeous look to the Sarat Sadan premises. What is usually a place for adda on weekends for residents of...   | Read..

Legendary playwright remembered

Bijon Bhattacharya has inspired a number of theatre personalities but in Howrah most have not had the temerity to work on his plays or do any research on his works. On the...   | Read..
The Friday flashback