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Patna Corporation admitted it failed, told HC before rains: 'Functioning in primitive way' -Santosh Singh

-The Indian Express From September 28 to October 1, Patna received about 400 mm of rainfall. With all 39 sump houses remaining non-functional till October 1, at least 60 per cent of Patna faced water-logging. * “Any modern city requires four basic infrastructure systems in place to function efficiently — drinking water supply system, storm water drainage system, sewage system and sewerage network system, and Solid Waste Management system. Patna Municipal...

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As ODF deadline nears, govt should focus on key areas -Shagun Kapil

-Down to Earth While we near the deadline of October 2, 2019 for ODF, concerns like non-functional toilets, poor sewage and drainage systems, lack of water, and poor faecal sludge management demand immediate attention of the new government In the last five years India saw a renewed focus on sanitation with the launch of Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) which aims to provide universal sanitation coverage by providing funds for constructing toilets, promoting...

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Kumbh brought Allahabad to verge of an epidemic, says NGT -Banjot Kaur

-Down to Earth The tribunal has asked UP chief secretary to immediately act on the mismanaged solid waste from the pilgrimage Both the governments, at the Centre and Uttar Pradesh, claimed to have organised a 'swachh' — clean — Kumbh in the winter of 2018-19, but the National Green Tribunal seems to differ. In fact, the quasi judicial body rang alarm bells on Aprill 22, 2019 about host city Allahabad being on...

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Varanasi out of UP Swachh Ward Contest -Nelanshu Shukla

-IndiaToday.in PM Modi's constituency Varanasi failed to find a place in UP Swachh Ward Contest. Lucknow: In a major embarrassment for both central and state governments, PM Modi's constituency Varanasi failed to find a place in UP Swachh Ward Contest. The state-level contest was held in Lucknow on December 25 in which the districts were evaluated on various parameters like open defecation free, Solid Waste Management, segregation of waste, condition of public toilets,...

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2 plants in south Delhi to process 400MT dung -Mayank Manohar

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has set the ball rolling for installation of two plants in the Najafgarh zone — one at Nangloi and another at Goyla Dairy Colony — for processing 400MT of cattle dung. The civic body on Monday gave administrative approval to the projects under the Swachh Bharat Mission and set an 18-month deadline for their completion. A senior corporation official put the...

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