KOLKATA, 26 APRIL: The compliance report of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) was conspicuous by its absence among similar reports of different state government departments concerning Victori
The UK’s University of Liverpool has tied up with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to identify areas in India that are at higher risk of malaria outbreaks, following changes
KOLKATA, 24 APRIL: “Kolkata's Pride,” the Metro Railway, reported a loss of Rs 99.26 crore in the 2011-12 fiscal year.
KOLKATA, 22 APRIL: Tsunami devastated their lives eight years ago, but they are yet to get compensation announced by the Centre.
The Bengal government today signed seven land lease agreements for 546 acres with industries involving an investment of over Rs 5,000 crore.
KOLKATA, 18 APRIL: The SSKM Hospital is set to start a neonatal care unit next month. This will be first such facility to come up in a state-run hospital in the city.
SHAKEN, NOT SHATTERED: Waves Of Panic Hit East Coast
DURGAPUR, 11 APRIL: To provide filtered drinking water to the tribal population, the public health engineering (PHE) department plans to install a Rs 2.78 crore Rig bored scheme in Kanksa, Burdwan.
KOLKATA, 11 APRIL: Tremors felt in several districts of the state due to an earthquake, measuring 8.5 on the Richer scale, that hit off the western coast of northern Sumatra, triggered panic in the
Calcutta/New Delhi, Apr 11 (PTI): Calcutta and its neighbourhood were rocked by tremors of the earthquake that rocked waters of Indonesia’s coast on Wednesday.
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