NEW DELHI: The government is looking at allotting another site for nuclear reactor to Russia in place of Haripur in West Bengal, a location marred by controversy.

KOLKATA, 8 SEPT: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today cleared the Kolkata Municipal Corporation's proposal to augment the city's water supply and upgrade of sewerage and drainage system.

West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd plans to bring 15 lakh rural families in the below poverty line (BPL) category under the electricity map this fiscal.

India’s first bullet train could be a Calcutta-Delhi service, covering 1,500km in six hours to make Rajdhani and Duronto look like the laggard locomotives of old.

KOLKATA, 7 SEPT: The Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act is in no way a colourable legislation, Mr Kalyan Bandopadhaya, appearing for the WBIDC, submitted before Mr Justice IP Mukerji o

BANKURA, 7 SEPT: The state Public Health Engineering department today entered into an agreement of sharing 50 per cent of river water with a private steel unit in drought-prone Bankura.

People of nearly 60 villages under three blocks of Bolpur sub-division have been drinking contaminated water due to sheer callousness of the panchayat and zilla parishad (ZP) authorities.

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KOLKATA, 5 SEPT: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) will urge the Defence minister Mr AK Antony not to raise any objection over Hooghly river beautification project, mayor Mr Sovan Chatterjee