KOLKATA: After causing mayhem in north Kolkata, dengue may now turn out to be a menace in the south.

KOLKATA: Environmentalists fear the ostensible flip-flop by West Bengal Pollution Control Board over permissible noise level of firecrackers this year will make the din unbearable on Kali Puja and

Kolkata: Panic over dengue has spread faster than the disease itself in the congested neighbourhood located 700m from Belgachhia Road, thanks to two deaths in the past three days there.

Brushing aside reports of the state pollution board granting clearance to 'chocolate bomb' and 'dodoma', environment minister Sovan Chatterjee on Thursday made it clear the government was not at al

Kolkata: Toxic sludge being released by an illegal plastic factory into the canals that feed fish farms in East Kolkata Wetlands has triggered concern among ecologists.

As soon as civic workers immersed the idol into the Ganges, a herculean crane moved into action.

AMONG THE 144 wards under Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC), 100 have significantly higher arsenic contamination in water than the limits deemed safe by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Two persons in south Dum Dum municipality area died of dengue in the past 48 hours, taking the toll from the locality to nine this season.

Over 1.2Cr Hit, Nearly 6L Hectares Of Cropped Area In 12 States Damaged

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Bimal Singh Karnawat & Others Vs West Bengal Pollution Control Board & Others dated 21/09/2016 regarding running of a plastic factory in Jorabagan, Kolkata in breach of the Air ( Prevention and Control of Pollution ) Act, 1981 , Water ( Prevention and Control of Pollution ) Act, 1974 and Noise Pollution ( Regulation and Control) Rules 2000, the Environment ( Protection) Act, 1986, the Municipal Solid Waste ( Management and Handling) Rules, 2000 and the West Bengal Fire Services Act, 1950.