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Toilets to curb rape is a misplaced argument #Vaw

Neha Dixit | June 11, 2014,  Picture for representational purpose (Photo: DC archives) The first time I ever had to get back to my car within five minutes of stepping out to cover an event was on April 7 this year…. Continue Reading →

Where are the toilets the Uttar Pradesh government promised?

    Biswajeet Banerjee| The News Minute| June 3, 2014| 4.30 pm IST The gang rape and murder of two cousins from Uttar Pradesh has spiraled into a huge social and political debate. The incident shows how vulnerable Indian women… Continue Reading →

#India – Is having toilets a Mission Impossible ?

Mission possible Author(s): Jitendra  , Alok Gupta  , Sayantan Bera  Jan 31, 2014 |  The Centre gives India just about eight years to free its villages of open defecation. This seems unlikely. But the states of Sikkim, Haryana and Jharkhand in India, and Bangladesh and… Continue Reading →

#India – Woman agrees to return home , after husband promises toilet facility

  PTI  Indore, December 25, 201 According to a report, more than 70 per cent families have no access to toilets in Madhya Pradesh. (For representation only) A 27-year-old dalit woman has agreed to return to her husband‘s home at a village… Continue Reading →

#India – Temple, Toilet and Sangh Politics #mustread

      Cartoon by Satish Acharaya  Guest Post by Ram Puniyani   After a long campaign the RSS combine succeeded in demolishing Babri Mosque on 6th December 1992. While Advani was the lead person in the whole phenomenon, there were… Continue Reading →

India’s defective development – Half of all Indians have no toilet

Amartya Sen: India‘s dirty fighter Half of Indians have no toilet. It’s one of many gigantic failures that have prompted Nobel prize-winning academic Amartya Sen to write a devastating critique of India’s economic boom Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian   The… Continue Reading →

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