NEW DELHI: Every household in India will get a proper toilet and the entire country will be open-defecation free (ODF) much before the Modi government faces election next year, top government funct
When the Union government nudged them to build a toilet, almost all the families in Jharkhand's Dulmi block complied. But many of them continue to defecate in the open even today.
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
Public urged to download the app for better position.
The Ghana anti-water resources and environment pollution group, Drink Safe Water Advocacy has found in the search, cleanest town in the country to be Obomeng in the Kwahu South district and worthil
10 people have been arrested in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abirem(KEEA) municipality of the central region for engaging in open defecation at the beaches in the area.
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