Transforming water from poisonous to purified — at no cost

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By BilkulOnline.com – April 4, 2017 By Rupesh Dutta  Madhusudankati (West Bengal), April 4: Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people in this tiny West Bengal speck bordering Bangladesh. The disease turned deadly for many, and the culprit was drinking water that contained arsenic — a toxic substance that can lead to chronic… Read more »

Transforming water from poisonous to purified – at no cost

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By Times-Mumbai – April 3, 2017 Every villager in Madhusudankati gets purified water for free. (Reuters) Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people in this tiny West Bengal speck bordering Bangladesh. The disease turned deadly for many, and the culprit was drinking water that contained arsenic — a toxic substance that can lead… Read more »

Transforming water from poisonous to purified — at no cost

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Rupesh Dutta /IANS Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people in this tiny West Bengal speck bordering Bangladesh. The disease turned deadly for many, and the culprit was drinking water that contained arsenic — a toxic substance that can lead to chronic poisoning once it enters… Read more »

Transforming water from poisonous to purified — at no cost

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Environment, Features, National April 3, 2017 Daily World By Rupesh Dutta Madhusudankati (West Bengal), April 3 : Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people in this tiny West Bengal speck bordering Bangladesh. The disease turned deadly for many, and the culprit was drinking water that contained arsenic — a toxic… Read more »

Transforming water from poisonous to purified – at no cost

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Brindeshwar Pathak, 74, the founder of SISSO, said the entire problem of arsenic-contaminated water was widespread in the state and could be solved if the West Bengal government took interest and replicated the model. By: IANS | Madhusudankati | Published: April 3, 2017 Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people… Read more »

Transforming water from poisonous to purified — at no cost

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IANS 03 Apr 2017 Deep wounds and white patches on their skin are common among people in this tiny West Bengal speck bordering Bangladesh. The disease turned deadly for many, and the culprit was drinking water that contained arsenic — a toxic substance that can lead to chronic poisoning once it enters a human body…. Read more »

पश्चिम बंगाल के इस गांव में सभी हैं आर्सेनिक के मरीज

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29-03-2017 पश्चिम बंगाल। बांग्लादेश के बॉर्डर से 10 किलोमीटर पहले पश्चिम बंगाल के मधुसूदनकाठी गांव के लोग आर्सेनिक के मरीज बन चुके हैं। यहां की लगभग पूरी आबादी गंभीर बीमारी के मरीज हो चुके हैं। ऐसा कोई महीना नहीं कि इस गांव से एक अर्थी न उठती हो। किसी के हाथ काटने पड़े तो किसी… Read more »

West Midnapore: Sulabh inaugurates drinking water project in WB

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Tue, Mar 28 2017 West Midnapore: Sociologist and founder of Sulabh International Dr.Bindeshwar Pathak pours drinking water to a live model in West Midnapore district of West Bengal on March 28, 2017. Sulabh inaugurated a project where pure drinking water will be made available to villagers in arsenic affected areas at negligible prices. Source : http://www.prokerala.com/news/photos/west-midnapore-sulabh-inaugurates-drinking-water-project-in-wb-222851.html#photo-1