The Bihar government is on a hunt for more Bindeshwar Pathaks or Verghese Kuriens to create a revolution in the hinterland. Times of India, 1 week ago
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Bindeshwar Pathak, who launched India`s first paid toilet way back in 1974 told CNBC that there were just not enough toilets in a country of a billion people. "You need private companies to take on the mantle and there is money to be made here," ...Moneycontrol.com, 4 weeks ago Toilets to the aid of India's Dalits Gulf Times, 1 month ago Making a Clean Sweep of a Dirty Business in India Calcutta News.Net, 4 weeks ago
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Responding to the call of Sulabh sanitation movement's founder Bindeshwar Pathak, Wardha-based Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University (MGIHU) is introducing 'Sociology and Sanitation' in their curriculum.Times of India, 2 months ago
Though Bindeshwar Pathak's social movement has achieved its objective, his idea of toilets is still relevant in India where over 100 million people are without access to a toilet.India Today, 1 month ago
Viewd by: 1 Not rated yet 28 April 2013 Social reformer and Sulabh founder Bindeshwar Pathak distributes sarees to widows during a ceremony on the banks of Ganges river in Varanasi yesterday. Adopting hundreds of widows of Varanasi, Sulabh ...Gulf Times, 3 weeks ago Care hope for widows Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Children and adults in Patna participate in a march to mark the birth anniversary of Red Cross founder on Wednesday. Patna: More than 200 children in Patna on Wednesday released hundreds of balloons at the Kargil Chowk to mark the birth anniversary ...PatnaDaily.com, 1 week ago
Speaking on the occasion he said there are lot of similarities between government and Rotary activities. The only difference is we go to elections once in five years and you elect your leaders every year. The other difference from us and yours is we ...Web Newswire, 2 weeks ago
As the sun rose across the sandy banks of the Ganga at the Rajendra Prasad ghat at Varanasi on Sunday, life turned a new leaf for the 100-odd widows of Kashi -- NGO Sulabh international launched a pension and medical welfare scheme for them.The ...India Today, 3 weeks ago Kashi widows get Sulabh pension; maintenance bill proposed Prokerala, 3 weeks ago Kashi widows get Sulabh pension maintenance bill proposed Mumbai News.Net, 3 weeks ago
Varanasi: Social organisation Sulabh International on Sunday launched a campaign demanding a bill for protection, welfare and maintenance of widows in the country. While launching the campaign in presence of hundreds of widows on the banks of river ...ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago
Luxmi is 60 but years of begging on the famous and picturesque ghats of Kashi, earlier known as Varanasi, has made her look much older. About 12 years ago, Luxmi, who hails from Chennai, came to Varanasi after she was abandoned by her family following the ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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