How Untouchability Fuelled Mission To Revolutionise Sanitation In India

Organisation named Sulabh Shauchalaya (accessible toilet) was formed in 1970 to promote sanitation In India

The experience of being forced to drink a mixture of milk, clarified butter, curd, cow urine, and dung to purify him after touching a so-called 'lower-caste' woman's sari inspired Bindeshwar Pathak's lifelong commitment to improving sanitation in India

Secularism In India Was Never About What It’s Made Out To Be

The inauguration of India's new parliament with Hindu symbolism has triggered murmurs of disapproval citing secular traditions although there is nothing new in the association of occupants of constitutional posts with such ceremonies since the republic was founded

Anthony Mascarenhas: Pakistani Who Turned Tide For India

Anthony Mascarenhas: Pakistani Jouro Whose Article Helped India Prepare Ground for Bangladesh Intervention

Pakistani journalist Anthony Mascarenhas wrote an article in 1971 detailing for the first time the scale of suppression in East Pakistan and helped shape the world's opinion in favour of India's intervention and Bangladesh's creation By Sameer Arshad Khatlani In 1970, Bengali nationalist Mujibur Rahman-led Awami League swept Pakistan’s general election in the country’s eastern … Continue reading Anthony Mascarenhas: Pakistani Who Turned Tide For India