शौचालय ना होने पर घर छोड़ने वाली बहू होगी सम्मानित

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भोपाल, प्रेट्र। मध्य प्रदेश के देवास जिले में शौचालय ना होने के कारण ससुराल छोड़ने वाली दलित महिला को गैर सरकारी संगठन सुलभ इंटरनेशनल दो लाख रुपये देकर सम्मानित करेगी। हालांकि गत शुक्रवार को घर में शौचालय का निर्माण हो जाने पर महिला ससुराल लौट आई थी। मुंडलाआना गांव निवासी महिला सविता ने भरण-पोषण मामले… Read more »

Sulabh to felicitate woman who fought for toilet at home

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Bhopal: Sulabh International, known for its work in the field of sanitation, today announced an award of Rs two lakh for a Dalit woman from Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district who walked out of her matrimonial home because it did not have a toilet. Savita returned to her husband’s house in Mundlana village few days ago, after… Read more »

Sulabh rewards Dalit woman Rs.2 lakh for revolting over toilet

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New Delhi, Jan 12 (IANS) Sulabh International Sunday announced a reward of Rs.2 lakh to a woman from Madhya Pradesh who revolted against her husband and his family, demanding that the home have a toilet. The revolt had endangered her marriage. Tired of the humiliation of defecating in the open, Savita, from a Scheduled Caste,… Read more »

शौचालय नहीं होने पर तलाक ,महिला को दो लाख का इनाम

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नयी दिल्ली/भोपाल [ TNN ] देश का सबसे बड़ा गैर-सरकारी संगठन सुलभ इंटरनेशनल ससुराल में शौचालय नहीं होने के कारण अपने पति से लगभग तलाक के कगार पर पहंुच चुकी एक दलित महिला को दो लाख रुपये का नकद पुरस्कार देगा। मध्य प्रदेश में देवास जिले के मुंडलाना गांव के देवकरण और उसकी पत्नी सविता… Read more »

Loo and behold: Two toilets reunite couple

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INDORE: Absence of a toilet and utter humiliation of defecating in open, brought the eight-year-old wedlock of a dalit couple Dev Karan and Savita on the brink of total collapse in Mundlana village of Madhya Pradesh's Dewas district. Now, not one but two new toilets in Dev Karan's house have reunited the family of four, including their… Read more »

Labourer builds toilet at home, reunites with family after 2 years

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Dev Karan, a 35-year-old Dalit landless labourer from Madhya Pradesh, saved his marriage on Friday by building a toilet complex in his house, the absence of which had triggered a marital dispute.  His wife had filed for divorce four years ago and left his house two years later over the issue. The local court had… Read more »

Welcome Speech – 1st National Distinguished Lecture Series on Sociology of Sanitation by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, Sociologist & Social Reformer Founder, Sulabh Sanitation Movement

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WELCOME SPEECH   Hon’ble Shri Jairam Ramesh, Minister of Rural Development, Government of India, Hon’ble Prof. Yogendra Singh, Professor Emeritus of Sociology Centre for the Study of School Systems, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Hon’ble Prof. Leela Visaria, Eminent Sociologist and Former Director, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, Hon’ble members from print… Read more »

Indian flood victims set to rebuild

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DEOLI, India–Cradling her newborn daughter at her home in a remote valley in the Indian Himalayas, Dhanita Devi tells of her determination to fight for her family's survival. Devi's husband was killed, along with thousands of others, when flash floods and landslides tore through the mountains of northern Uttarakhand state in June. Devi, 22, was… Read more »

‘Village of Widows’ determined to rebuild after India flood disaster killed thousands

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Cradling her newborn daughter at her home in a remote valley in the Indian Himalayas, Dhanita Devi tells of her determination to fight for her family’s survival. Devi’s husband was killed, along with thousands of others, when flash floods and landslides tore through the mountains of northern Uttarakhand state in June. Devi, 22, was left… Read more »