Topic: Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

PM Nodi donates money for Kumbh Safai Karamchari corpus
The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, a flagship initiative of PM Modi's government had been termed as the 'biggest sanitation movement’ in the world by the World Bank.
PM Modi launched Construction Technology India 2019, where he made reference to Wing Commander Abhinandan
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In his desperation to get justice, he has been reported to be roaming around holding a placard which read 'Saheb mein zinda hoon'.
Earlier the leftist propaganda website had problem with union ministers promoting physical fitness on social media.
The World Bank predicts 7.3% growth in 2018-19 fiscal year
Sanitation coverage in the country has increased from almost 40 percent to nearly 90 percent after the Swachh Bharat Mission was launched.
The Indian Railway intends to develop 640 rakes each consisting of 20-22 coaches in the next two years.
The mission is winning accolades for openly talking about a subject that was a taboo till recently
UNICEF's India chief says countrywide efforts in healthcare, newborn care and immunisation has been instrumental in bringing down infant death rates in the country.
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The ambitious scheme of the Modi government aims to provide annual health insurance of Rs 5 lakh to 50 crore Indians.
The Ganga Rejuvenation Programme- 'Namami Ganga' is one of the flagship programmes of the present government.
“An ‘unemployed’ existence is a worse negation of life than death itself.”
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19 states and Union Territories have declared themselves open defecation free so far
The government has delivered well on most parameters
The planned target of Swachh Bharat Mission is to make India 100% Open Defecation Free by October 2019
The Goa government has been keenly observing the impact of its tourism industry on the local environment.
from 47% a year ago to 74% now in rural household toilet coverage, UP had literally turned its swachhta mission achievements around
Earlier, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had solar toilets installed
Indian stand up comedians and their ignorance bordering on propaganda
Gives deadline of four weeks to clean up the villages
The government is even sitting on unused fund of Rs. 40 crore allotted for Swachh Bharat mission.
People weren't amused by the analysis carried on The Print
A similar incident has come to light from Bihar

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