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About 4 results for "east kolkata wetlands"

A tutorial ecosystem

A few months ago, a young reporter from an English daily, based in Kolkata, went on a scholarship to Sweden to report on the World Water Week and take part in an international seminar. The itinerary for the participants included a visit to a ... The Statesman, 1 week ago

Nepal-like earthquake can sink Kolkata:Study

The recent Nepal earthquake might have shaken Kolkata, but if experts are to be believed, a similar quake here could sink large parts of the city. Several parts of the eastern metropolis sits on very soft alluvial soil and a major earthquake could lead the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Large areas in Kolkata could sink if earthquake strikes: IIT study

Salt Lake, RajarhatNew Town and densely populated areas in the south eastern fringes along EM Bypass that are witnessing a real-estate boom, along with other pockets spread across the city such as Kasba, Park Street, BBD Bag are floating on a bed of ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Landsharks renew bheri grab bid, with goons in Kolkata

KOLKATA: Beaten back by fish farm workers two years ago, the land mafia is back with a vengeance to try and grab sprawling bheris at Dhakshin Gorumara off Basanti Highway. The last time, workers of two cooperatives of the East Kolkata Wetlands ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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