Aajkaal is a Bengali newspaper in Kolkata, India. The article covers the Silk River Closing Ceremony
Bengal, England tied by rivers; The Telegraph India reported on the Silk River project in this article
Silk River Closing Ceremony. Ei Samay is a Bengali-language broadsheet daily newspaper who reported on the Silk River Closing Ceremony with this article.
This great photo of the Silk River Closing Ceremony appeared in India’s oldest Hindi daily newspaper, Dainik Vishwamitra on 17th December 2017 on page 4.
This wonderful picture of the Silk River Closing Ceremony appeared in Anandabazar Patrika which is an Indian Bengali language daily newspaper published in Kolkata.
The West Bengal finance and industries minister Amit Mitra gave a speech at the Silk River closing ceremony which highlighted the revival of the local silk industry, referred to as muslin
Prabhat Khabar is a Hindi language newspaper published daily in Jharkhand, Bihar and West Bengal. This article shows the British High Commissioner Sir Dominic Asquith attending the Silk River closing ceremony on 16th Dec.
Silk River Closing Ceremony.
This image appeared in the Khabar 365 newspaper on 17th-December on page 4, reporting on the Silk River Closing Ceremony which happened the day before.