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Political party hoardings scarring Kolkata should be removed: Roopa Ganguly
Kolkata, Sep 6 (IBNS): Hoardings of political parties are part of the collective garbage that ails Kolkata, said actor and BJP Rajya Sabha MP Roopa Ganguly while speaking at the second Behtar India Go Green City summit, presented by DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance, at Birla High School.
Once in a blue bloom
Kerala’s famed Neelakurinji is set for rare mass bloom. Mongabay-India writers Ajith Lawrence and Haritha John report
New Delhi, Feb 27 (IBNS) A paper manufacturing company in the UK set up in 2003 by an India born lady entrepreneur has emerged as one of the fastest growing paper companies providing paper customized paper solutions.
Rapid urbanisation the world over has put severe pressure on the infrastructure of many cities and towns. India is among the countries with the fastest growth in this sector and, unless plans with a long view are mooted, the situation could only worsen. Ranjita Biswas reports
Farmers from USA to India adapt to the global challenge of climate change. Renee Hickman from Missouri and Tanushree Sen from West Bengal report
Sundarbans, the land where three great rivers merge, is the third most vulnerable delta in the world today. Sea level rise due to climate change, devastating cyclones, etc. are affecting this densely populated area. Realising the urgency, international agencies are working on issues like adaptability to cope with the new reality. Ranjita Biswas reports