Bhopal: In a unique initiative, Harda district administration has offered 25 paise more for a litre of milk, if villages from which it is sourced, are free from open defecation.

Enthused by the completion of a project worth Rs 1,280 crore six months before schedule, the World Bank has sanctioned another Rs 2,200 crore rural water supply and sanitation project for Punjab.

Minister of Housing Moustafa Madbouly announced the completion of sewage projects in 10 villages as part of a grant from the UAE.

Imparting momentum to Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s Clean India mission, the BJP-ruled Chhattisgarh government has made it mandatory for its employees in rural areas to have toilets at their houses

The World Bank today signed a $248-million loan agreement for the Punjab Rural Water and Sanitation Sector Improvement Project to help the state improve its delivery of water and sanitation service

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on waste water and sewage treatment plants, 11/05/2015. State-wise, the capacity of sewage treatment plants in Class-I & Class-II towns as per Central Polution Control Board report published in 2009 is at Annexure-1.

Maharashtra government has decided to appoint ‘swacchata doots’ (cleanliness ambassadors) in every village to help achieve the target of building 56 lakh toilets across the state over the next five

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be strongly pitching for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, but the sanitation conditions in rural Maharashtra present a horrific reality.

The Narendra Modi-led government may have launched its ambitious Swacch Bharat Abhiyan which has the elimination of open defecation as one of its objectives, but in an indication of the tough task

Despite implementation of Total Sanitation Programme to eradicate the practice of open defecation in Odisha for more than a decade, the coverage of individual household with toilets has been found