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|District||South 24 Parganas|
|• Official||Bengali, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Nungi is a town in South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the area covered by Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority. under the authority of the Maheshtala police station of Alipore sadar subdivision in South 24 Parganas district.
Located near the industrial town of Batanagar, shoe making is a common cottage industry in Nungi, with families manufacturing shoes for brands that have out-sourced labour, including Khadim's, SreeLeathers, and Liberty . Nungi once had a thriving fireworks industry and the "chocolate bomb" from Nungi market remains well known during the Diwali festival.
Nungi is also home to Lakshya, an information technology research, education and training centre.
The population of Nungi in 2010 was estimated at 440,894.
In 2007 a joint development project was announced involving the London-based company REIT Asset Management, Eden Realty Ventures Private Limited, a Bengali NRI and the Mahestala Municipality. The project, known as the Maheshtala project, involved the development of a mini township near Nungi station. The project was described as intending to improve the road infrastructure in the area and build 2,240 MIG flats in 44 buildings on 21.22 acres (85,900 m2) of land.
Nungi: (noon-gee) Also the nickname of Fernando Carrillo of Tucson, AZ. originated in 1982 from his brother Alex who was unable to pronounce his real nickname. Thanks Alex.
Nungi has a railway station, 23 km from Sealdah, on the Sealdah – Budgebudge section of Kolkata Suburban Railway. It serves as the railway station for the industrial town of Batanagar.There are buses connecting Nungi to other parts of Kolkata and Budge Budge. Details can be obtained from http://cstc.org.in/. Apart from that both app based and non app based cab agencies provide transport services to Nungi. For transport inside the town 3 wheeled autos and manual rickshaws are good options.
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