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Image titleNew Delhi, April 24 – NGO Sulabh International on Monday awarded personalities and institutions for contributing towards improving sanitation in the country and generating awareness among the people of Rural India.

National Hindi daily “Nai Dunia” was presented Rs 2.5-lakh cheque and Sulabh Sanitation Award for highlighting the issues related to sanitation, while social activist Sanjay Sukla of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh received Rs 2.5 lakh for his contribution towards sanitation awareness and motivation.

Among the awardees also featured eminent poet Sarda Saidpuri, who was presented a cheque of Rs 5 lakh and Dinkar Sulabh Sahitya Samman.

Among the noted personalities attending the award ceremony were former Governor and well known scholar B.P. Singh and Chairman of the National Book Trust Baldeo Sharma, among others.

–IANS

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Source : http://www.andhravilas.net/en/Sulabh-International-honours-personalities-institutions

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Bhaskar News Network | Apr 25, 2017, 02:10 IST

दिल्ली के पार्लियामेंट के कांस्टीट्यूशनल क्लब में सोमवार को बैतूल के दो मीडियाकर्मी सम्मानित हुए। बैतूल के मीडियाकर्मी भोजराज उच्चसरे और संजय शुक्ला को सुलभ इंटरनेशनल द्वारा आयोजित कवि सम्मेलन और सम्मान समारोह में सिक्किम के पूर्व गवर्नर बीपी सिंग, भाजपा के राष्ट्रीय उपाध्यक्ष पीसी ठाकुर, नेशनल बुक्स ट्रस्ट के अध्यक्ष बलदेव शर्मा और सुलभ इंटरनेशनल के संस्थापक बिंदेश्वर पाठक ने ढाई-ढाई लाख का चेक व प्रशस्ति पत्र देकर सम्मानित किया।

उन्हें यह सम्मान ससुराल में शौचालय नहीं होने पर साहसी महिला अनिता नर्रे की हकीकत सबके सामने लाने के लिए दिया गया।

Source : http://www.bhaskar.com/news/MP-BETU-MAT-latest-betul-news-021003-2469499-NOR.html

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New Delhi | Monday, 2017 10:15:04 PM IST

NGO Sulabh International on Monday awarded personalities and institutions for contributing towards improving sanitation in the country and generating awareness among the people of Rural India.

National Hindi daily “Nai Dunia” was presented Rs 2.5-lakh cheque and Sulabh Sanitation Award for highlighting the issues related to sanitation, while social activist Sanjay Sukla of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh received Rs 2.5 lakh for his contribution towards sanitation awareness and motivation.

Among the awardees also featured eminent poet Sarda Saidpuri, who was presented a cheque of Rs 5 lakh and Dinkar Sulabh Sahitya Samman.

Among the noted personalities attending the award ceremony were former Governor and well known scholar B.P. Singh and Chairman of the National Book Trust Baldeo Sharma, among others.

–IANS rup/nir/vt

Source : http://news.webindia123.com/news/articles/India/20170424/3098602.html

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Mon, 24 Apr 2017-10:28pm , PTI

Poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar’s contribution to Hindi literature was today remembered at a memorial here on his 43rd death anniversary.

Leading sanitation NGO Sulabh International conferred three awards and announced the launch of a special Hindi dictionary on the occasion.

Poet Sharda Prasad Saidpuri was conferred with the first Dinkar Sulabh Sahitya Samman for his contribution to Hindi literature and promoting Dinkar’s work.

The Sulabh Sanitation award was given to a vernacular newspaper and a social activist Sanjay Sukla, who belongs to of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh for highlighting the issues related to sanitation.

The founder of the NGO, Bindeshwar Pathak, said, “You are aware of the huge literary and cultural contribution of Dr ‘Dinkar’. He wrote several outstanding poems and pieces of prose. One of his remarkable books is ‘Sanskriti ke Char Adhyaya’, which won him the Sahitya Academy Award.” This dictionary would carry popular words of English as well as all other Indian languages which are being used commonly in Hindi, he said.

Eminent poets, sanitation activists, politicians and other dignitaries attended the ‘Dinkar’ Memorial Lecture to remember the poet.

Former Sikkim Governor and scholar Balmiki Prasad Singh called upon the youngsters to follow the path of great poets like Dinkar who tried to ignite the young minds towards nationalism.

BJP’s Vice President and Lok Sabha member C P Thakur termed Dinkar as a true nationalist who served the nation and society through his powerful writings.

National Book Trust chairman, Baldeo Sharma recalled Dinkar as one of the finest scholars of India.

Dinkar was an Indian Hindi poet, essayist, patriot and academic, who is considered as one of the most important poets of modern Hindi literature.

He was conferred with the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1959 for his work ‘Sanskriti ke Char Adhyaya’ and received Padma Bhushan in 1959 by the Government of India.

(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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New Delhi, Apr 24 (PTI) Poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar’s contribution to Hindi literature was today remembered at a memorial here on his 43rd death anniversary.

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April 24, 2017 | UPDATED 22:25 IST

New Delhi, Apr 24 (PTI) Poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkars contribution to Hindi literature was today remembered at a memorial here on his 43rd death anniversary.

Leading sanitation NGO Sulabh International conferred three awards and announced the launch of a special Hindi dictionary on the occasion.

Poet Sharda Prasad Saidpuri was conferred with the first Dinkar Sulabh Sahitya Samman for his contribution to Hindi literature and promoting Dinkars work.

The Sulabh Sanitation award was given to a vernacular newspaper and a social activist Sanjay Sukla, who belongs to of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh for highlighting the issues related to sanitation.

The founder of the NGO, Bindeshwar Pathak, said, “You are aware of the huge literary and cultural contribution of Dr Dinkar. He wrote several outstanding poems and pieces of prose. One of his remarkable books is Sanskriti ke Char Adhyaya, which won him the Sahitya Academy Award.”

This dictionary would carry popular words of English as well as all other Indian languages which are being used commonly in Hindi, he said.

Eminent poets, sanitation activists, politicians and other dignitaries attended the Dinkar Memorial Lecture to remember the poet.

Former Sikkim Governor and scholar Balmiki Prasad Singh called upon the youngsters to follow the path of great poets like Dinkar who tried to ignite the young minds towards nationalism.

BJPs Vice President and Lok Sabha member C P Thakur termed Dinkar as a true nationalist who served the nation and society through his powerful writings.

National Book Trust chairman, Baldeo Sharma recalled Dinkar as one of the finest scholars of India.

Dinkar was an Indian Hindi poet, essayist, patriot and academic, who is considered as one of the most important poets of modern Hindi literature.

He was conferred with the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1959 for his work Sanskriti ke Char Adhyaya and received Padma Bhushan in 1959 by the Government of India. PTI PRG SLB SMJ

This is unedited, unformatted feed from the Press Trust of India wire.

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi April 24, 2017 Last Updated at 22:28 IST

Poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar’s contribution to Hindi literature was today remembered at a memorial here on his 43rd death anniversary.

Leading sanitation Sulabh International conferred three awards and announced the launch of a special Hindi dictionary on the occasion.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Source : http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ramdhari-singh-dinkar-remembered-on-his-death-anniversary-117042401337_1.html

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Thu, 20 Apr 2017

sanjayshukla 20 04 2017भोपाल। ससुराल में शौचालय नहीं होने पर शादी के दूसरे दिन ही पति का घर छोड़ देने वाली बैतूल की नवब्याहता अनीता नर्रे की कहानी प्रकाशित करने वाले सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता व पत्रकार संजय शुक्ला को 24 अप्रैल को 11.30 बजे दिल्ली के कांस्टीट्यूशन क्लब में आयोजित समारोह में सुलभ इंटरनेशनल स्वच्छता पुरस्कार दिया जाएगा।

सुलभ इंटरनेशनल के मुखिया बिंदेश्वर पाठक के मुताबिक स्वच्छता की दिशा में साहसभरा कदम उठाने वाली महिला की दास्तान उजागर करने वाले सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता संजय शुक्ला को ढाई लाख और खबर को प्रमुखता से प्रकाशित करने के लिए प्रशस्ति पत्र के साथ सम्मानपूर्वक ढाई लाख का नकद पुरस्कार प्रदान किया जाएगा।

पुरस्कार ग्रहण करने के लिए संजय शुक्ला, नवदुनिया/नईदुनिया के संपादक आनंद पांडे, भोपाल के डिप्टी न्यूज एडिटर भोजराज उच्चसरे को दिल्ली आमंत्रित किया गया है।

Source : http://naidunia.jagran.com/madhya-pradesh/bhopal-sulabh-international-award-for-social-worker-sanjay-shukla-of-betul-1113249

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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 kms away from the Bangladesh border, has high content of arsenic. Villagers of Madhusudankati are suffering from physical as well as mental illness due to the arsenic contaminated water. Not only is the drinking water contaminated but also the food. The arsenic traces have entered the food chain and impacting adversely on the entireecosystem. Due to long exposure of deadly arsenic contaminated water, the people are prone to cancer in the skin, lungs, bladder and kidney, as well as other skin pigmentation that cause light patches in the skin.

An Indian NGO along with a French company are trying to tackle the issue, but clearly a lot more needs to be done.

Below are photographs from the village:

Pure water is world’s first and foremost medicine. Sulabh is extending hand to arsenic poison effected people. 

Chlorine is used as a disinfectant at initial stage of purification of arsenic laden water. They use beam balance to measure the quantity of chlorine.

New water treatment plant was set up and operated by (SISSO), Delhi-based NGO.

The pond water is treated by Madhusudan Kati Water Plant by using various methods of filtration.

Fatal hands: A villager shows the effects of severe arsenic poisoning on his hands.

More than 200 tube wells are found in this village, which contains arsenic contaminated water. A woman pumps water from tube well to wash clothes.

Sapan Das(right), 50, is suffering from Bowen’s disease – a pre-cancerous condition due to consumption of arsenic-contaminated water. 

Tapoti Das like many other village women is consuming vegetable which have traces of arsenic, is the core reason of her irregular mensuration.

Shifali Das, 48, is herself a victim of arsenic water, shows her effected feet. Her elder daughter was also effected by the same. 

Life threatened: A villager points out the white patches all over his body which is Arsenicosis, due to intake of arsenic contaminated water. 

A villager shows the developed stage of Arsenicosis, caused by long exposure to deadly arsenic poisonous water.

(Cover Photograph: Nomita Bishwas, 42yrs resident of Madhusudan kati village, arsenic poisoning proved fatal to her father, brother and grandmother. She and her husband both are victims too.)

Source : http://www.thecitizen.in/index.php/OldNewsPage/?Id=10459&Arsenic/in/the/Water/Is/Slowly/Killing/this/Village

 

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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

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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Bindeshwar Pathak and his wife during the celebration of ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-53U

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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Bindeshwar Pathak and his wife during the celebration of ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-52U

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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Ambassador of Mali to India Niankoro Yeah Samake being received by Bindeshwar Pathak and wife during the celebration of ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-51U

 

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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Ambassador of Mali to India Niankoro Yeah Samake lighting the ceremonial lamp to inaugurate the ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-51U
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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Bindeshwar Pathak with other dignitaries during the celebration of ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-48U
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NEW DELHI, APR 14 (UNI):- Bindeshwar Pathak with other dignitaries during the celebration of ‘Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Day’ organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-49U

 

Source : http://www.univarta.com/photoes/121139.html