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The national green tribunal bench in Calcutta on Monday directed the high court registrar-general to send it the files of a case related to night pollution in the city at the earliest.
Normal life in most parts of State was badly affected due to incessant rains being witnessed for past 48 hours. Flood threats also loomed large in some coastal as well as northern districts.
Calcutta high court on Monday directed the Kolkata Police, the state transport department and the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) to file status and action-taken reports on night-time p
With city's only solid waste disposal ground at Dhapa becoming overburdened, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has found a plot at Rajarhat New Town for setting up its second one which will a
A PIL has been filed at Calcutta High Court against the ban on cycles from 174 Kolkata thoroughfares.
The five-member committee, formed by Calcutta high court in response to a PIL filed against rampant felling of trees on Camac Street, will probe into the diminishing greenery at areas where develop
Diwali is likely to push up toxicity in Kolkata's air to an unprecedented high early next month.
The most polluted city among the metros being crowned the country’s lung cancer capital is no coincidence, but Calcutta failed — or rather refused — to see it coming.
Cabinet, on Tuesday, approved establishing International Centre for Drinking Water Quality in Kolkata focusing on research and development on drinking water quality related problems.
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