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While the absence of rest rooms in schools forces a number of girls to drop out, the schools and colleges with such facilities fail to maintain them properly.
The report will have videos of all community toilets with details of cleanliness, availability of water and electricity among others, according to an official statement.
A swank new ladies toilet complex, built by a group of Norwegian ex-junkies and former convicts, became operational near Mumbai Central station.
It is yet to be decided if this project is to be started on a pilot basis in B’luru or a phased manner across state
The local women said that they are scared of going out to relieve themselves due to lack of toilets in the village.
TNIE EXCLUSIVE | Tamil Nadu village Sarvarajanpettai: Toilet, yes. Water, no. For Dalits, loos still a privilege
Sarvarajanpettai villagers have normalised caste divide so much that women from the BC households and SC households urinate and defecate on different lands.
The North Delhi Municipal Corporation will carry out a feasibility survey to assess if public toilets in its area can be opened during night time, its mayor today said.
At times even a zeal for a good cause can land a bureaucrat in trouble. His transfer is then seen as the “right solution”.
Public and community toilets in urban areas will be alloted unique identification numbers that will be displayed at their entrances.
Stinky toilets in trains will soon be flushed away. Starting January 2018, Indian Railways will roll out first 100 coaches with bio-vacuum toilets like the ones in passenger airplanes.
Over 1,000 families in Kalahalli area, located near Halasuru, suffer daily when they are forced to use the doorless, dilapidated public toilets in their area.
Janaagraha survey reveals only 1 per cent of playgrounds and 3 per cent of parks have drinking water facility; 70 per cent of playgrounds are littered with garbage
Raipur diaries: Hotels to let non-customers use toilets, ban on firecrackers, spiritual guru Jaggi Vasudev on 'Save Water' mission
It seems the civic authorities in Raipur will do whatever it takes to make sure the city figures among the top ranks in the next cleanliness survey.
Just like all citizens have a unique ID, every public and community toilet in the country will have one too.
The funds for the Prime Minister's pet project could have been used for building at least 2,000 toilets in Maharashtra.