KOLKATA: The dip in temperature may finally rid Kolkata of dengue but the scare has already prompted at least two city neighbourhoods, which have seen multiple infections or deaths, to band togethe

KOLKATA: Far from relenting, the dengue menace is spreading its tentacles in south-east Kolkata having its epicenter in areas under borough X.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Calcutta Citizens's Initiative & Others Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 15/11/2017 regarding threat to the environment of the Rabindra Sarobar Lake and its surrounding due to football matches held during night time and other social activities including activities of the clubs located in the premises of Rabindra Sarobar Lake.

KOLKATA: Dengue onslaught is not sparing posh localities in the city. A 62-year-old Dengue positive woman, a resident of Ballygunge Circular Road died late on Wednesday.

KOLKATA: Dengue claimed yet another life while four others in the city and its suburbs died of a 'mystery fever' whose symptoms resembled that of the killer virus since Monday.

KOLKATA: CPM councillors staged a protest demonstration against Kolkata mayor Sovan Chatterjee on Monday accusing him of failing to take effective measures to tame the dengue outbreak in the city.

KOLKATA: Under pressure from state health department, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation has decided to exempt patients from submitting photocopies of their Aadhar cards at three dengue detection ce

KOLKATA: Even though showers eased Diwali pollution in the city, air and noise quality degraded two days later, thanks to immersion processions and celebrations after Brazil's victory in the Under-

Kolkata: Environment scientists at the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) expect this Kali Puja and Diwali to be the most environment-friendly in recent memory, not due to a sudden behavio

“We will work in coordination with police. We have already conducted a series of meetings with police,” Kalyan Rudra, Chairman of West Bengal Pollution Control Board, told The Indian Express