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Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) announced cleanliness awards as part of the ongoing Swachh Survekshan 2018 initiated by Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.

According to data provided by the 12 state governments to the Centre, only Rs 2,260 crore of the DMF amount was spent till the end of 2017.

MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra government what steps it has taken to bring down prices of sanitary napkins and spread awareness about their use.

Increased population growth and rapid urbanization have resulted in increased generation of volumes of both solid and liquid waste in the cities.

Kota: The ministry of drinking water and sanitation, Government of India, has declared Kota district Open Defection Free (ODF). But situation on ground tells a different story.

Vadodara: Those using public toilets in the city will soon be able to rate their quality through devices installed there.

Tiruvannamalai: Hundreds of newly constructed individual household latrines (IHHLs) in several remote villages at Jawadhu Hills in Tiruvannamalai district - under the central government's flagship

NAVI MUMBAI: Panvel City Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has become an open defecation-free (ODF) city just 14 months after the formation of the civic body.

Urinating in public will attract spot fines ranging from Rs 100 to Rs 200, while defecating in the open will attract a spot fine of Rs 500

Civic body has already started the work to step up segregated collection of waste by repairing damaged carts and bins

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