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Opening Minds about Open Defecation

Open defecation, although, is on a decline worldwide, it is still widely practiced by 950 million open defecators in the world, 569 million of which are in India.

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Salman Khan Joins BMC's Campaign To End Open Defecation In Mumbai

Salman Khan has lent star power to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)'s campaign to make the city free of open defecation. Yesterday, the star visited Madras Pada...

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Amitabh, Anushka To Launch Narendra Modi Govt's 'Darwaza Band' Campaign To Make India Open Defecation Free

Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan and actress Anushka Sharma will on Tuesday launch the Narendra Modi government's `Darwaza Band` campaign aimed at making India open def...

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Akshay Kumar: Build Small Toilets Like Phone Booths

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Monday urged the Maharashtra government to construct toilets in every nook and corner on the lines of the now defunct telephone booths to ma...

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Bollywood Bats For Clean India!

While films are now addressing serious social issues, it is overwhelming to see Bollywood celebrities taking charge offscreen as well. Doing their bit to spread awareness o...

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Bollywood actor Salman Khan Surveys Loos In Aarey Colony's unit number 7

Following an announcement of becoming brand ambassador for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) anti open defecation drive last week, Salman Khan has decided to b...

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Salman Khan Joins Hands With BMC To Fix Open Defecation Problem

Salman Khan is reportedly worried about people defecating in the open outside his posh Carter Road residence and has complained about it in the recent past. The Brihanmumba...

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Why Is It Easier for India to Get to Mars Than to Tackle Its Toilet Challenge?

In 2013, India became the fourth country in the world (after Russia, the US and the EU) and the only emerging nation to launch a Mars probe into space. But it remains part ...

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Here’s How The Global Citizen India Movement Is Taking The Youth By Storm

Ever since the Global Citizen Movement was launched in India on September 12, almost 1.5 million actions have been taken by the committed global citizens who beli...

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How A 105-Year-Old Ended Open Defecation In Her Village

On Tuesday, Dhamtari became the first district in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh to be declared free from open defecation. And the credit for that is being given ...

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