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Sulabh To Make Safe, Low Cost Drinking Water From Contaminated In Bihar

Darbhanga, Bihar: An innovative project that aims at making contaminated water from rivers and ponds safe for drinking and promises to make the same available to the people at 50 paisa per litre was launched today by social organisation Sulabh International. https://www-ndtv-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.ndtv.com/cities/sulabh-to-make-safe-low-cost-drinking-water-from-contaminated-in-bihar-1883334?amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&=1&akamai-rum=off#amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndtv.com%2Fcities%2Fsulabh-to-make-safe-low-cost-drinking-water-from-contaminated-in-bihar-1883334

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Partition veggie bag

No more plastic. This is the last Veggie Bag you’ll ever need! Introducing the "Veggie to Fridgie" bag. These brilliant bags are meant to cut down plastic usage while buying the groceries, and make it super convenient for you! Made from all natural materials. 3 different varieties: 1. Buy: Cloth bag with in-built partitions for … Continue reading Partition veggie bag

IndianRailways: Five rules every frequent railway traveler should know!

Indian Railways, which started its services 165 years ago, is considered the country's most economical mode of transportation. Being the largest rail network in Asia, it has 115,000km of track length. Interestingly, around 23 million passengers travel on Indian Railways daily, which is equivalent to Australia's population. To ensure hassle-free journey, railways set up certain … Continue reading IndianRailways: Five rules every frequent railway traveler should know!

Which Indian states completely banned the plastic products..

Maharashtra ditches plastic, here are other Indian states with partial and complete bans Maharashtra has ditched plastic use, here are other Indian states that have imposed bans till now. (Image: PTI) In a much-debated move, Maharashtra finally enforced its well-planned banon single-use plastic items (of use and throw nature) today, amidst major confusion regarding the … Continue reading Which Indian states completely banned the plastic products..