KOLKATA: The death of a home maker in Kolkata on Sunday morning sparked tension in the hospital with the relatives running amok in the hospital's HDU (high dependency unit), scuffling with the medi
KOLKATA: A leading economist who was part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 says it is imperative that cities and states partici
KOLKATA: The West Bengal Pollution Control Board has stopped automatic monitoring of air quality index (AQI) in Kolkata at a time when pollution levels in the city have started approaching Delhi's
KOLKATA: Platelet drop remains a constant threat as the number of dengue cases refuses to slidein and around Kolkata.
KOLKATA: The dip in temperature may finally rid Kolkata of dengue but the scare has already prompted at least two city neighbourhoods, which have seen multiple infections or deaths, to band togethe
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KOLKATA: At least two pregnant women who were down with dengue have died within a fortnight.
KOLKATA: Far from relenting, the dengue menace is spreading its tentacles in south-east Kolkata having its epicenter in areas under borough X.
KOLKATA: A 19-year-old New Town girl and a 35-year-old man from Kadihati died of dengue at the Beliaghata ID Hospital and the Calcutta Medical College Hospital, respectively, in the past two days.
KOLKATA: Dengue onslaught is not sparing posh localities in the city. A 62-year-old Dengue positive woman, a resident of Ballygunge Circular Road died late on Wednesday.
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