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This part of Liluah has rapidly evolved since the last two decades, as you pass through the G. Road from Howrah, you come across glittering shops and restaurants of the 'Don Bosco Area', The RD Mall and the Rangoli Mall, further north, there is the century old Liluah Railway Colony, made by the British in the first decade of the 20th century, this part has the 'three' big schools of Liluah (namely Don Bosco Liluah, M. Kejriwal Vidyapeeth and Agrasain Balika Siksha Sadan).
Although Liluah still has many industries remaining, but some are also being gradually replaced by residential buildings Liluah or lillooah as it was then written, was the depot of the former East Indian Railway [EIR]. authorities to consider manufacture of rolling stock in India.(read the history of ER).
Most of Liluah falls under the Howrah Municipal Corporation since 10 July 2015, before July 2015 most of liluah was under the former Bally Municipality which was later merged with the HMC while the remaining parts came under the Howrah Municipal Corporation.
11 sleeper coaches and a pantry car (AC Hot Buffer Car) of the New Delhi-bound Poorva Express derailed at Liluah shortly after leaving Howrah station. The train was moving at a slow speed when it derailed.The railway line divides Liluah into 2 parts (eastern part and western part).Until 2008 these two halves were connected by a level crossing near the Liluah railway station, since 2008 both these parts were joined by a flyover constructed over the Liluah railway station.It can also be accessed by minibusses on Belurmath-Esplanade, Bhattanagar-Esplanade and Khidirpur-Ballykhal and CTC busses on Bhattanagar-Karunamoyi(Via Airport, New Town, Saltlake Sec-V) routes.Auto-rickshaw, e-rickshaws as well as cycle-rickshaws are available for inter-town transport.