BARJORA, 4 APRIL: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee is set to flag off coal production next week at a mine that supporters of her Trinamul have been opposing since 2004.
Nature serves well even when rivers run dry.
BURDWAN, 6 NOV: Thirty lorries, loaded with illegally-extracted sand from the Ajoy riverbed, were seized by the Durgapur SDO yesterday evening.
The Supreme Court today said it would not favour interlinking of rivers if it causes huge financial burden on the Centre and asked for a report on its costs.
The coal ministry will award mining blocks to state-run NTPC for four of its upcoming projects and could also return licences that were revoked in June, putting the power plans of the company back
KOLKATA, 23 AUG: The death toll in floods jumped to 58 today with eight more deaths being reported from four districts over the past 24-hours and flood situation in south Bengal districts remaining
KOLKATA, 22 AUG: The flood situation in 15 districts of the state continued to remain grim with the death toll touching 50.
Power generation at Damodar Valley Corporation has increased following incessant rains in the past ten days.
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