KOLKATA: An unholy nexus of shop owners, Puja organisers, cable operators, outdoor advertising agencies has wreaked havoc with the greenery in south Kolkata.
KOLKATA: Come October and a post-graduate course in solar energy will be launched here, as Amity University and the NB Institute for Rural Development (NBIRT) signed an MoU on Wednesday.
KOLKATA: The city that had been the first to combat sound pollution two decades ago, has emerged as the country's noise capital with silence zones falling prey to the deafening cacophony of honking
A country-wide elephant census has pegged the number of pachyderms in the country at 27,000, of which 514 roam the forests of north Bengal.
The minister said that West Midnapore, Howrah, Hooghly, East Burdwan and Bankura have been worst affected in the floods, while districts such as South and North 24 Parganas, Purulia, Nadia, Birbhum
KOLKATA: Dengue on Wednesday claimed its fourth victim in south Dum Dum this year with the death a 43-year-old homemaker. Ranjita Mondal, the victim, had tested positive on July 15.
KOLKATA: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday allotted Rs 205 crore as compensation for farmers hit by unseasonal rain.
KOLKATA: Residents of Mominpur, South Kolkata have successfully put an end to sound pollution in the vicinity courtesy Imam Mohammad Ashraf Ali Qasmi (40) of the mosque adjacent to Hussein Shah Par
Kolkata: The Calcutta high court judge who was on the bench that barred the entry of cars into Rabindra Sarobar has questioned the necessity of a road through the Lake area that serve as the lungs
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