KOLKATA: The Purba Barisha Shitalatala Kishore Sangha, in its eighth year of Puja celebrations, has come up with a message: plant more trees.
Calcutta, Sept. 25: At least 53 lakh families in Bengal have to walk half a kilometre or more for drinking water, according to provisional census data.
KOLKATA, 25 SEPT: Disparities and confusion between municipal corporations in the state over recycling and waste management is preventing widespread progress in tackling pollution, some claimed at
The transport department has not allowed conversion of vehicles to LPG, a sure way of cleaning up the city air, for the past six months.
KOLKATA, 19 SEPT: Chewing paan or betel leaf could help fight a form of bone-marrow cancer, a group of Indian researchers said.
KOLKATA, 19 SEPT: Protests against the nuclear plant at Koodankulam in Tamil Nadu have reached Kolkata, with health and environment experts speaking out against India's development of nuclear energ
KOLKATA, 18 SEPT: In observation of International Ozone Day, the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) held a conference with environmental scientists and industry representatives to discuss
KOLKATA, 11 SEPT: Calcutta High Court has held that acquisition of land by the transport department of the state government for the East West Metro at Bowbazar for the Central station stood lapsed
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday filed five FIRs with regards to discrepancies in coal blocks allocation.
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