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Delhi Commission For Women Sends Notice To North MCD Over Lack Of Public Toilets For Women In Major Market

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The Delhi Commission for Women has issued a notice to the North Delhi Municipal Corporation for failing to build toilet facilities for women in a major market ...
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93 Per Cent Households In Rural India Have Access To Toilets, Says Government Survey

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The government survey says since its launch in October 2014, the Swachh Bharat Mission has changed the behaviour of hundreds of millions of people with respect to toilet access and usage ...
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Defying Gender Problems And Open Defecation, Sunita Devi From Jharkhand Is Training Women To Build Toilets

Sunita Devi has trained over 400 women to construct toilets
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90 per cent of the women in Udaypura, a village in Jharkhand used to defecate in the open before 2018. Today, every woman in the village has access to a toilet, thanks to 29-year-old Sunita Devi ...
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Made 229 Public Toilet Complexes, Increased Green Cover By 0.37% Till December 2018, Says Delhi Government

Made 229 Public Toilet Complexes, Increased Green Cover By 0.37% Till December 2018, Says Delhi Government
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The outcome budget presented by Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday claims that the use of public toilets has increased by almost 431 per cent in the last four years and apart from this, the coordinated efforts of various departments have been increased to fight the rising pollution ini the capital ...
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ODF Mumbai, A Reality Check: With 75-100 People Per Toilet Seat, Is Mumbai Really Open Defecation Free?

Mumbai was declared open defecation free in July 2017
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110 toilet blocks have been constructed since 2014 in Mumbai, a city with 1.84 crore population. Are the toilets enough to sustain the title of Open Defection Free conferred upon the city in July 2017? ...
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ODF Mumbai, A Reality Check: Overused, Unclean And Lesser Number Of Toilets For Women Are Just Some Of Mumbai’s Sanitation Woes

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Though Mumbai have met all the parameters to be called an open defecation free city, it needs to solve problems like lack of water connection, overuse of toilets, gender disparity and others related the usage of public and community toilets ...
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ODF Mumbai, A Reality Check: Five Public Toilets In Mumbai’s Crowded Places That Set A Swachh Example

Public toilets in tourist and crowded places in Mumbai cater to 100 to 1,000 users daily
Open Defecation Free Mumbai
From having disable-friendly toilet seats, installing sanitary napkin vending machines to providing international hygiene standards for free, here’s how public toilets in crowded Mumbai are faring ...
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ODF Mumbai, A Reality Check: Tackling Problems Of Space, Population And Behavior Change, Here’s How The City Is Ensuring Toilet For All

Mumbai was declared Open Defecation Free in July 2017
Open Defecation Free Mumbai
18 months after achieving the Open Defecation Free status, here’s how Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is encouraging people to use public toilets ...
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100 Per Cent Mechanised Cleaning Going To Be A Reality In Railways: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal

100 Per Cent Mechanised Cleaning Going To Be A Reality In Railways: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal
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The Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has stated that even the linens used in the trains will be cleaned in the mechanised laundries and CCTVs will be set up to monitor cleanliness while providing safety and security ...
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‘SquatEase’, An Innovation By A 26-Year-Old From Pune Makes Using Indian Style Toilet Easy

'SquatEase', An Innovation By A 26-Year-Old From Pune Makes Using Indian Style Toilet Easy
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Using Indian toilet made easy, thanks to 26-year-old Satyajit Mittal who has innovated one of its kind unidirectional toilet with an elevated footrest ...
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Nagpur Climbs Further On Swachh Ladder, Achieves ODF Plus Status

1.14 Lakh Villages Open Defecation Free: Narendra Singh Tomar
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Nagpur achieves the title of Open Defecation Free Plus from central government after the third party verification was done recently in the city ...
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9.16 Crore Toilets Built, 5.5 Lakh Villages Declared Open Defecation Free Since 2014: Government

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The government had launched the SBM-G from October 2, 2014 with an aim to attain open defecation free India by October 2, 2019 ...
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