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Flushing Away Open Defecation is the Goal of India's Toilet Guru

Flushing Away Open Defecation is the Goal of India's Toilet Guru

Bindeshwar Pathak, the sanitation charity founder, is most at home when surrounded by soap dispensers and latrines. He vows to build clean toilets in every impoverished home in India. Affectionately known as India's "toilet guru", 71-year-old ... MedIndia, 2 weeks ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Sulabh gifts 108 toilets in memory of Badaun victims

Sulabh founder Bindeshwar Pathak Lucknow: A nationwide cam paign for building toilets for every house was launcehd by NGO Sulabh international form Badaun where two girls were allegedly gangraped and hanged. The NGO took the initiative to ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Sulabh launches toilet for every house campaign  Economic Times1 month ago Charity Organisation Launches 'Toilets for All Homes' Campaign  International Business Times India1 month ago Three months after 'gangrape and murder' of cousins, Badaun gets 100 new toilets  IBNLive India News1 month ago
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'2 lakh people need to be trained for sanitation drive success'

New Delhi | Updated 10/15/2014 3:44:29 PM IST New Delhi : NGO Sulabh International founder Bindeshwar Pathak said around 2 lakh people need to be trained for the success of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's sanitation drive. "To provide ...
 24 World News1 week ago Two lakh people need to be trained for sanitation drive success: Sulabh International head  Jagran Post1 week ago 2 lakh people need to be trained for sanitation drive success: Sulabh International head  Economic Times1 week ago

50,000 motivators needed to translate PM Modi's dream of toilet in every house: Bindeshwar Pathak

50,000 motivators are neeed to achieve PM Modi's target of building a toilet in every household in next five years, said founder, Sulabh International MANALI: 50,000 motivators are neeed to achieve Prime Minister Narendra Modi's target of building a toilet in ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Malay Mail

Toilets for poverty-stricken Indian village to end open-air defecation, violence against women

Bindeshwari Pathak (left), founder and chairman of NGO Sulabh International, cuts a ribbon to a toilet as he inaugurates the country-wide Toilet for Every House campaign at Katra Sahadatgunj village in Badaun on August 31, 2014. — AFP pic KATRA ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago New village toilets a small step for poor Indian women  Saudi Gazette1 month ago Report: New toilets for Indian villages  Manila Bulletin1 month ago Toilets a boon for poor Indian women month ago
Indian Express

Councillors may bag top posts in city BJP

Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay (Centre) with senior leader Vijay Goel (right) and Sulabh International founder Bindeshwar Pathak at BJP office on Friday. (Source: Express photo by Prem Nath Pandey) The Delhi BJP is likely to announce its new ...
 Indian Express5 days ago
24 World News

6 newly-wed women leave in-laws home over lack of toilets

Summary Dr Pathak: A UN study in 2010 found more people in India have access to a mobile phones than to a toilet. Six newly-wed women, both from the Hindu and Muslim communities, have raised a banner of revolt against their in-laws in ...
 Indian Express2 months ago 6 brides leave in-laws crib over lack of toilets  The Gulf Today2 months ago Six Kushinagar women leave in-laws' …  Yahoo! India2 months ago Indian brides leave in-laws' home without toilet  Gulf News2 months ago

India's forgotten widows defy taboos to celebrate Diwali

(AFP) / 22 October 2014 The celebrations were held on Tuesday and were organised by Sulabh International, a group that has been helping the thousands of widows who flock to Vrindavan in UP. ...
 Khaleej Times9 hours ago India's 40 Million Widows Considered Bad Omen, Lack Support  Epoch Times2 months ago Widows in India's Religious Cities Live to Die  Epoch Times2 months ago

Widows of Vrindavan celebrate Diwali on the banks of Yamuna

Festival of lights Diwali was celebrated in the religious city in an unusual style, when several hundred widows began celebration on the bank of River Yamuna yesterday. Marching in a procession carrying lighted 'diya' in their hands, they went to ...
 NetIndia123.com13 hours ago hundred Widows of Vrindavan on Tuesday began a three-day Diwali celebration on the bank of River Yamuna.  New Delhi Pioneer23 hours ago Vrindavan widows start Diwali celebrations on banks of Yamuna  Times of India1 day ago Widows of Vrindavan begin Diwali celebrations on Yamuna banks  Business Standard India1 day ago

Vrindavan widows march for clean Ya …

Vrindavan, Oct 21 (IANS) The 1,000-odd widows of Vrindavan Tuesday evening marched through the narrow streets of this holy town, demanding a cleaner Yamuna and urgent steps to check pollution in the river. Several hundred of them were holding ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
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