The Telegraph
Friday , July 31 , 2015
Salt Lake

Brake on unruly wheels

The chaos is over at Karunamoyee junction. At least for now. On Friday, police forced autos, that usually wait for passengers at three sides of the intersection, to move back by 40m. The order led...   | Read..

Green crusader inspects dying trees

Green activist Subhas Dutta visited the banks of Kestopur Canal on VIP Road on which trees have been mysteriously dying.  In the article “What’s killing...   | Read..

CL Block arrested seven out on bail

The seven men who were arrested on July 21 from a CL Block building, said to house a spiritual organisation, were released on bail by the Bidhannagar additional chief...   | Read..

Music and dance for Jagannath

The cute quotient was high at Swabhumi on July 19 as children aged between six and 10 decked up in saris, jewellery and make-up and performed Odissi.     | Read..

Picture perfect

Such a washout was the weather outside that it wasn’t a surprise to see so many children choose to depict “a rainy day” at the sit-’n’-draw at Swabhumi on Sunday. The event...   | Read..

Search for best khiri pitha 

A sweet surrender awaited all those who stayed back till the Khiri Pitha competition on Saturday afternoon. Despite the downpour, seven women came to take part in the...   | Read..

Pop picks from Rather mela

Ultarath may be over but a Rather mela is anchored at Central Park fairgrounds till August 10. Organised by Bidhannagar Shree Chaitanya Bhagavat Samaj, the fair has stalls...   | Read..

Small steps to save the planet

Students of Sri Aurobindo Institute of Education attended a seminar recently that touched upon everything from saving the environment to fun with mathematics.     | Read..

Winning song toasts food

The inter-house music competition in our school was a chance for our in-house musicians to showcase their talent and for the rest of the school to enjoy the music.   | Read..

Stage acts by Rajarhat school tots

Tots of a primary school in New Town performed at their annual day in Rabindra Tirtha recently.    | Read..

US college beckons colony boy

A college seat for an engineering degree and now a chance to specialise in multi-media over a year. Manish Chowdhury, the son of a housekeeping department staffer at Nicco...   | Read..

Township notes

Plea for library    | Read..

Click your township

I took this picture during the sunset at the Nalban Food Park opposite Ashram building in Sector V. It was amazing to view the sunset from from such a location.   | Read..
Brake on unruly wheels