KANPUR: Water samples, collected from various parts of the city recently, were found without chlorine.

KRISHNAGAR, 22 SEPT: As culling operations continue in the blocks of Tehatta in Nadia affected by Bird Flu, experts have said that killing birds in poultry farms will not alone solve the spread of

Enough storage at Saradagi barrage ensures water supply to the fast growing City.
Gulbarga City with a population of about 7 lakh including the floating population may not face drinking water problem during the current summer season including the two peak tropic months of April and May thanks to enough storage in Saradagi barrage constructed across the river Bhima, the mainstay of water supply to

Krishnagar: Over 20 gram panchayats in Nadia have refused to take housing grants under the Indira Awaas Yojana saying the below-poverty-line list for the scheme

Krishnagar, July 22: A slightly varied menu and a promise of fish in the future has brought back to school many Nadia children who had grown tired of khichdi and dropped out.

The khichdi and an insipid dal had become a primary school staple as prices of essentials rose and the schools struggled to cope.

Before the inflation demon hit double digits, the children ate fish, dal, chutney and fried potatoes and that was what drew them to school.

Krishnagar: The forest department has asked Iskcon to hand over eight peacocks caged on the temple premises in Mayapur, Nadia. In a letter written last week, the divisional forest officer has asked the temple authorities to hand over the national birds "immediately' "Otherwise, the department will have no other option than to seize them.' The number of peacocks, eight when a forest department team had gone to the temple on an inspection a few weeks ago, has gone up to 14 over the past two days following the birth of six birds.

KRISHNAGAR Less than a month before the panchayat elections begin, the Nabadwip block Trinamul Congress has decided to focus on the issue of erosion along the banks of the Ganga. To register their outrage against the state's inaction in checking river erosion, the Nabadwip Trinamul Congress blocked Nabadwip road on Sunday morning and also stopped the Shantipur-Nabadwip toy train at Maheshganj near Nabadwip.

KRISHNAGAR, Feb. 12: At a time when the critically endangered White-rumped Vulture Gyps, who were once a common sight in West Bengal, have indeed made a self-styled effort to be re-colonised in the Banguria forest near Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary (BWS) in Nadia, hectic preparations are on to catch the spotted deer inside the sanctuary for its census after a long gap of seven years.