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Bindeshwar Pathak, the founder of Indian sanitation charity Sulabh International, fills up bottles with purified water at a bottling plant set up by the Sulabh Safe Drinking Water Project in Madhusudankati village, some 60 km east of Kolkata, on August 22, 2015 . Charity workers have teamed up with an impoverished village in eastern India to develop what they say is the world’s cheapest bottle of drinking water, costing less than one US cent, in an area where residents have suffered illness from ground water polluted with arsenic. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR

 

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