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Howrah, West Bengal's second-largest city and the twin city of Kolkata, is a popular tourist destination. This city has a history that goes back over 500 years. Plan a journey to this location for your upcoming holiday; it is also an industrial city. Howrah offers a variety of tourist attractions that can be explored. The Howrah Bridge, a cantilever bridge, is one of the most major tourist destinations out of all the attractions. It is a one-of-a-kind bridge that ranks sixth in terms of size worldwide. It is 2150 feet long and has a span that hangs directly over the Hooghly River.
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Kolkata is a city full of paradoxes. It was the first city in India to build a metro rail system, and it is currently the only city in the world that still uses authorised hand-pulled rickshaws, or tana rickshaws as they are known in Bengali, as a form of public transportation. The All-Bengal Rickshaw Union estimates that there are currently more than 14,000 unlicensed and more than 5,000 licenced rickshaws in use in Kolkata.


A number of techniques are used in water conservation to lessen how much freshwater we consume. Water conservation can be accomplished in a variety of ways, such as through water monitoring, conservation-friendly design codes, and average people using less water at home. There are several reasons why effective water management is crucial. Some of the motives are as follows:


Moral principles play a crucial role in what makes us human. They give us our humanity. They serve as guidelines for choosing for oneself between good and bad or right and wrong.


Neeraj Pandey was born on 17 December 1973. He  is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter.  Pandey was born and brought up in Howrah, West Bengal. His father, who originally came from Arrah, Bihar and worked for Bosch in Calcutta. He did his schooling from St. Aloysius High School, Howrah (till Class X) and then St. Thomas' Howrah (Class XI and XII).Pandey moved to New Delhi, where he graduated in English from Sri Aurobindo college(University of Delhi)

Stress And Its Consequence

Stress can be defined as any type of change that causes physical, emotional, or psychological strain. Stress is your body's response to anything that requires attention or action. Stress can be short-term or long-term. Both can lead to a variety of symptoms, but chronic stress can take a serious toll on the body over time and have long-lasting health effects. Some common signs of stress include, 1.Changes in mood 2.Clammy or sweaty palms 3.Decreased sex drive 4.Diarrhea 5.Difficulty sleeping. 6.Digestive problems 7.Dizziness 8.Feeling anxious 9.Frequent sickness 10.Grinding teeth 11.Headaches etc. The physical consequences of stress. Stress has, despite its being a psychological phenomenon, many physical consequences. Examples include heart palpitations, aching muscles, tension headaches.  This is caused by the hormone cortisol which is secreted during stress. Previous consequences are linked to the physical response to this hormone. In case of long-term stress, these symptoms will


Shakespeare carefully examines and demonstrates the emotion of love in the drama "Twelfth Night." A deep passion or fondness for someone is what the dictionary "Webster's New World Dictionary" defines as "love." Shakespeare tackles three sorts of love throughout the play: friendship, self-love, and real love. Many of the characters who are entangled in the web of love in "Twelfth Night" are naive to the fact that their emotions and feelings toward other characters are untrue. They are being duped by themselves, other people, or both. In a few scenes, the play's portrayal of love is accurate, and the two persons involved have a genuine affection for one another. Viola's devotion to Orsino is a wonderful illustration of pure love. She wants to win the duke’s love despite the fact that she is posing as a male and is hardly recognised in Illyria. Viola expresses her genuine thoughts for Cesario in act 1, scene 4, saying, "Yet a barfu


Since there are many other people on the island searching for the same box of riches, knowledge alone is not sufficient to distinguish oneself from the others. Workplace competencies can be divided into two categories: technical abilities and soft skills. Although they are somewhat distinct from one another, both are essential for professional success. Technical skills are essentially tangible abilities that are


Early in 1756, the terrifying tale of the Black Hole of Calcutta begins. The East India Company, a relative newcomer to the Indian subcontinent, had already created a well-known trade hub in Calcutta, but French interests in the region threatened to undermine its primacy. The Company made the decision to fortify Fort William, its primary fort in the city, as a preventative precaution.

Rabindranath Tagore: The Great Poet

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high”- Quotes the Viswa Kavi Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore to the 21st Century World.