Sulabh in top 50 of global diversity list

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Published Date:  Nov 06, 2015 London: Founder of Sulabh International Bindeshwar Pathak has been named alongside Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai and US president Barack Obama in an inaugural ‘Global Diversity List’. Pathak is among 50 global personalities “who have used their position in public life to make an impact on diversity”, the list supported by ‘The… Read more »

Sulabh founder joins Malala, Obama on ‘Global Diversity List’

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November 5, 2015 London: Founder of Sulabh International Bindeshwar Pathak has been named alongside Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai and US President Barack Obama in an inaugural ‘Global Diversity List’. Pathak is among 50 global personalities “who have used their position in public life to make an impact on diversity”, the list supported by ‘The Economist’… Read more »

Proper toilets promise better lives for poor Indians, profits for companies

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Public health MAKOTO KAJIWARA, Nikkei senior staff writer October 26, 2015   NEW DELHI — In India, the simple act as going to the toilet is arduous for hundreds of millions of people. It can even be life-threatening. A deeper look into the issue reveals both deep-rooted challenges and huge opportunities for the country. In… Read more »

Charcha Mein – “LAL QUILA : 15 AUGUST 2014-15” – DD News , Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak,

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Special Episode of Charcha Mein on DD News , 15 August 2015 Dr. Bindeshwar pathak, Founder Sulabh International alongwith Shri Narendra Taneja- Economic Analyst, Smt Pinki Anand, Additional Solicitor General of India, Prof. Doly Arora, Institute of Public Administration, Shri Arvind Prasad, DG FICCI and Shri Hitesh Shankar, Editor Panchjanya.  

Concerted efforts needed to improve sanitation

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INTERVIEW/FEATURES Limited access to improved sanitation is a serious health risks to billions of people particularly those who live in developing countries. In Tanzania, 91 per cent of rural population and 78 per cent of urban population have no access to improved sanitation. This translates to approximately 26 million people use unsanitary or shared latrines… Read more »

Special Talk by Indian Sanitation Guru Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak at India Sanitation Summit on 6 Feb at New Delhi

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Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak is an icon of sanitation and social reform who has made a difference in the lives of millions of people. Renowned social reformer, thinker, sociologist and well-known author Sulabh International Founder Padma Bhushan Dr. Bindheshwar Pathak would deliver a special talk at India Sanitation Summit ‘Sanitation for All – Toilet First’ to be held on 6… Read more »

Modi’s ‘Clean India’ campaign ‘must be followed up by actions’

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In a bid to improve the India's image PM Narendra Modi recently kick-started a campaign to clean parks, public buildings and streets. A promising start, says sociologist Bindeshwar Pathak, but more needs to be done. Pledging to sweep away his country's reputation for poor public hygiene and rudimentary sanitation, Indian PM Narendra Modi recently joined… Read more »

Indian Prime Minister launches anti-filth campaign

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CHRIS UHLMANN: It was Indian independence hero and cleanliness champion Mahatma Gandhi's birthday yesterday and public servants across the nation commemorated in a unique way – they each picked up a broom and cleaned their offices. The World Bank says poor sanitation and hygiene costs India's economy $50 billion each year and the country's recently… Read more »

Conversations with a non-conformist – Dr Bindeshwar Pathak

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Making toilet a tool of social change, Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, has brought a sanitation movement in India and has touched countless lives by restoring dignity of labour. He is a Brahmin who was asked not to mingle with the untouchables. He did not conform. His grandmother made him swallow cow’s urine and dung to purify… Read more »