West Bengal Pollution Control Board’s public hearing regarding the setting up of 600MW power plant in Salboni got a major push with villagers invoking their support for the plant, seeking “immediat

After the Kanyashree project’s international acclaim, it was the turn of the state government’s rural development and rural water supply system that drew the World Bank and UNICEF’s attention.

On a day Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan put the death toll in West Bengal due to encephalitis at 208, the state government Monday suspended North Bengal Medical College and Hospital (NBMCH)

The state government Tuesday announced the creation of the first ever West Bengal Urban Development Policy, which enables tenants to have the same floor area in a building that comes up after the l

The death of a two-year-old baby from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome in NRS medical college and hospital on Wednesday has set off the panic alarm as the disease, which is wreaking havoc in north Benga

With one more person dying in North Dinajpore of suspected encephalitis on Monday, the state’s death toll due to the disease reached 120.

The encephalitis in north Bengal has reached 108, with three more deaths being reported from North Bengal Medical College and Hospital on Wednesday.

The death toll in the Japanese encephalitis outbreak in north Bengal went up to 49 on Sunday even as the state government intensified its efforts to control the disease.

Violating guidelines set by the union ministry of environment and forests, the West Bengal government failed to conduct annual tiger census and could not even utilise the Centre’s funds under Proje

State food minister Jyotipriya Mullick on Tuesday seemed to be substantiating his claims that the seven deaths at a Raipur tea garden were due to “natural causes” by quoting from a report filed by