Arsenic in the Water Is Slowly Killing this Village

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TEHREEM FATIMA Wednesday, April 19,2017 “Whatever is here is poison for us”, said Nomita Bishwas grieving over the deadly poisoning which has contaminated the ground water. Arsenic poisoning of the ground water is a major concern for the villagers of Madhusudankati in West Bengal. The water, in Madhusudankati village located in Gaighata which is 14… Read more »

UNI Photo

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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Mali’s Ambassador to India Niankoro Yeah Samake (2nd R) Bindeshwar Pathak (L), Writer and Diretor Avinash Das (3rd R) and others during ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-54U NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Bindeshwar Pathak and his wife during… Read more »

Dr Bindeshwar Pathak day

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Breaking Photo April 14, 2017 Daily World New Delhi: Niankoro Yeah Samke, Mali’s Ambassdor to India, noted writer Avinash Das and Bindeshwar Pathak during the celebration of first anniversary of Dr Bindeshwar Pathak day, organised by Sulabh International, in New Delhi on Friday. /PTI Source : https://dailyworld.in/dr-bindeshwar-pathak-day/  

Building healthy communities, drop by drop

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April 7, 2017 21:28 IST | Sarita Brara Sulabh treats waterbodies in West Bengal to address arsenic contamination Lush green fields dotted by trees laden with mangoes, bananas and coconuts as far as the eye can see. But the picture-perfect impression of Madhusudankati and other nearby villages in the Gaigahta block in North 24 Parganas,… Read more »

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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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 »