KOLKATA, 29 JUNE: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) today took up a scheme worth Rs 210 crore to the resolve drinking water crisis in the city.
KOLKATA, 28 JUNE: The state forest department minister Hiten Barman announced the doubling of compensation to the next of kin of anyone dying in man-animal conflict at the state Assembly today.
RANIGANJ, JUNE 28: A devastating fire broke out in a mine due to underground coal seam heating today and has started spreading to adjoining areas.
RANIGANJ, 28 JUNE: The coal projects in the state have always faced hurdles, be it in the form of the unyielding attitude of the land losing community or the usual cries of protest of the persons w
KOLKATA, 27 JUNE: For the first time the Directorate of National Vector Borne Disease Control has invited the member, mayor-in-council (health) and two civic officials to share their views at a two
KOLKATA, 26 JUNE: The state water resource investigation and development department has declared 38 blocks out of 341 blocks as "black zone'' where the groundwater level has gone down alarmingly.
“To stop such practices, the government should consider if the heads of the panchayati bodies can be given liberty similar to that of the ministers, chief ministers and the Prime Minister wherein i
JHANJRA (Burdwan), 26 JUNE: In the midst of the Singur Land Act, farmers deprived of their own lands for the past 14 years have intensified their struggle against the Eastern Coalfields Limited.
KOLKATA, 25 JUNE: With the monsoon hitting the state, farmers of New Town, Rajarhat are preparing to begin farming on land which the Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (Hidco) has not y
KOLKATA, 25 JUNE: Governor MK Narayanan was advised by legal experts that Presidential assent would not be required for the Singur Land Rehabilitation & Development Bill, 2011.
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