Mr. Jonathan Kessler, North India Coordinator from American Embassy along with his colleague Mr. John Degory (Deputy Spokesperson) and Ms. Mandeep Kaur, All India Principal Advisor, Public Affairs Section,New Delhi, while on a tour to the Sulabh campus, were formally welcomed by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, Founder, Sulabh Sanitation Movement. After that Dr. Pathak took them around showing the Sulabh Public School, Sulabh international Museum of Toilets, Models of Sulabh technology based “Two-Pit-Pour-Flush Toilet”, Public toilet based Bio-Gas Plant, Dispensary and Sulabh Water ATM providing cost effective clean water to the public. They liked the kitchen running on fuel from the bio-gas plant and enjoyed themselves frying Papad. While inside the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, they appreciated some new water-free toilets including INCINOLET from USA.
asia A TOWN known as ‘the city of widows’ attracts thousands of women who have been cast away by their families and left alone in the world, following their husbands’ deaths. Megan Palin@megan_palin news.com.au FEBRUARY 17, 2018 FOR centuries the mysterious ‘city of widows’ has attracted thousands of women who have been banished by their families… Read more »
His Family ‘Purified’ Him with Ganga Water After He Touched a Dalit, but He Went On To Found Sulabh International
Gurvinder Singh| Kolkata 29 Jan 2018, Vol 9 Issue 5 Much has been written about Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, who has dedicated his life to the fight against open defecation and manual scavenging, but few know how tough his struggle has been. The world-acclaimed social reformer was once on the brink of committing suicide. Success, however,… Read more »
Shantanu Guha Ray in Newshound Tales | India | TOI January 28, 2018 On a balmy morning, impoverished women from Sunderbans whose husbands were killed by man-eater tigers, entered – for the first time in their lives – a glitzy hotel in Kolkata to witness hope that has eluded them for decades. They all walked up the mahogany-walled expansive stairs of… Read more »
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Arab News Published on Nov 19, 2017 A throne with a built-in commode for a French monarch takes pride of place at a New Delhi museum trying to break taboos surrounding toilets in a country where such convenience remains a sensitive issue. (AFP Video)
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