Our Correspondent Mayor Asha Lakra speaks on World Toilet Day in Ranchi on Thursday. (Hardeep Singh) The capital has only 60 public toilets and needs 25,000 individual loos in slum areas to make it an open defecation-free zone, a prerequisite to becoming a smart city. Ranchi municipal councillor Arun Jha disclosed these facts at a… Read more »
Sulabh International Social Service Organisation today observed World Toilet Day in the city. To mark the occasion, a two-kilometer walk was organised from Jalavihar to People’s Plaza on Necklace Road. Film actress Charmi Kaur participated in the walk. Speaking after flagging off the walk, Charmi said, “It was funny we have many days like Valentine… Read more »
CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY SOURAV ROY NOVEMBER 19, 2015 “Competition for global attention to issues is very high. It is really hard to get attention to subjects like s*it,” Jack Sim, the founder of World Toilet Organization, told us in an interview. More people in India have mobile phones than toilets. An estimated 600 million individuals in… Read more »
Mrs. Amola Pathak & Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak hosted a dinner party in the honour of Hon’ble Mr. Phil Scanlan, Chairman & Hon’ble Ms. Pam Kwatra, Executive Board Member, New York Global Leaders Dialogue, @ Harvard Club, USA & other dignitaries at Mumtaz Mahal, Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi on Tuesday, 13th October, 2015.