DURGAPUR, 31 JULY: Mining operations in certain coalmines under Eastern Coalfield Limited (ECL) was affected, but no miners remained trapped due to today’s power disruption.
NEW DELHI, 29 JULY: The spectre of drought looms large over major parts of northern and western India following a poor monsoon that has already hit sowing of kharif crops and left farmers and lives
KOLKATA, 25 JULY: The state water resources investigation and development department today formed a seven-member committee to assess the situation with the state's groundwater ahead of preparing th
KOLKATA, 25 JULY: Union agriculture ministry will review the performance of seven states, including West Bengal, in implementing BGREI (Bringing Green Revolution in Eastern India) tomorrow.
KOLKATA, 25 JULY: The Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) is planning to construct roads from recycled plastic, said KMDA CEO Vivek Bharadwaj at a session organised by the Indian Plas
KOLKATA, 24 JULY: The city police will soon use battery-operated cars to patrol the recently renovated Hooghly riverfront.
PURULIA, 19 JULY: Work is scheduled to start next month on a project designed to bring piped water to all of economically backward Purulia district, eradicating the extreme water shortage here.
KURSEONG, 19 JULY: A major portion of Tindharia Railway Locomotive Workshop collapsed today in a landslide triggered by last night’s incessant rainfall.
DURGAPUR, 18 JULY: The Durgapur police has asked freight services operators to intensify use of Global Positioning Satellite(GPS) technology across the Asansol – Durgapur industrial hub.
KOLKATA, 17 JULY: Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), a nationwide survey on tobacco users, conducted by the Central Ministry of Health and Family Welfare with the help of World Health Organisation
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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