17 of them have high levels of bacteria found mainly in human faeces, it says

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Subhas Datta Vs Visva Bharati University & Others dated 01/11/2017 regarding the pollution caused during the Poush Mela, 2015 held in the Visva Bharati University in the month of December.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Joydeep Mukherjee Vs Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal & Others dated 31/03/2017 regarding pollution of Tarapith area, particularly the Dwarka river, Birbhum District, West Bengal.

The rainfed areas receive mean annual precipitation in range of 500-1500 mm with high degree of variability and are beset with problems of mid-season drought and associated impacts on the crop productivity. In this paper, analysis of weekly, monthly, annual rainfall and weekly rainfall probabilities in relation to crop productivity has been carried out for all the stations of the study area in West Bengal where rain-fed agriculture is predominant.

Blaming the Centre for “non- cooperation” even for development projects, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced setting up of a new venture to develop the country’s largest coal mine

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Joydeep Mukherjee Vs Pollution Control Board & Ors dated 28/08/2015 regarding illegal brick fields in West Bengal.

Multivariate statistical techniques, cluster and principal component analysis were applied to the data on groundwater quality of Suri I and II Blocks of Birbhum District, West Bengal, India, to extract principal factors corresponding to the different sources of variation in the hydrochemistry as well as the main controls on the hydrochemistry.

The Kolkata bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) headed by Justice Pratap Kumar Ray last week show-caused 70 hotel owners of Tarapith as they were operating without the approval of the state poll

KOLKATA: A report filed by river expert Kalyan Rudra to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) pointed to 'total extinction of biodiversity' in the Chandrabhaga River in Birbhum due to dumping of flyash

Soil enzyme activities provide unique biochemical assessment of soil function as a good indicator of soil fertility which can be altered due to the profusion of fluoride in soil and seasonal change. Seven sites were chosen in the fluoride affected area of Nasipur, Birbhum district, West Bengal, India, to make a comparative assessment of the seasonal changes of enzyme (urease, amylase, cellulase and invertase), fluoride content, physicochemical characteristics along with the availability of microbes in the soil with control.