KOLKATA: Struggling to get control over the dengue situation, Kolkata Municipal Corporation on Thursday used a drone to find out if there was stagnant water or garbage on rooftops and complexes of

Rs. 55-cr first phase of project to be completed next year

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Subhas Datta Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 12/12/2017 regarding Royal Calcutta Turf Club in Kolkata Maidan releasing effluents without treatment, Kolkata, West Bengal. Counsel for the Royal Calcutta Turf Club, submits that the club has taken a large number of measures for taking care of the discharge of waste water and for dealing with solid waste. He further submits that they are in the process of preparing a detailed project for it.

KOLKATA: The dengue outbreak is set to persist for the whole of December, something that has never happened in the recent past, believe experts.

KOLKATA: North Kolkata's first dengue victim of the season died on Sunday even as she and her family were waiting for the confirmatory blood test report from a KMC clinic, a TOI investigation has r

The Kolkata airport is set to start using green energy for its day-to-day operations, as its ground-mounted, grid-connected solar plant is ready for commissioning.

KOLKATA: A sliding platelet count may spell danger for dengue patients, but it's not just the low number of platelets that indicates a threat to life, experts say.

KOLKATA: The death of a home maker in Kolkata on Sunday morning sparked tension in the hospital with the relatives running amok in the hospital's HDU (high dependency unit), scuffling with the medi

KOLKATA: A leading economist who was part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 says it is imperative that cities and states partici

KOLKATA: The West Bengal Pollution Control Board has stopped automatic monitoring of air quality index (AQI) in Kolkata at a time when pollution levels in the city have started approaching Delhi's

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