Modi proclaims a cleaner India, but the reality may be more murky

A public toilet built under the "Clean India" mission, which residents say has been shut for over a year, is pictured in Guladahalli village in Karnataka, India, April 30, 3019. REUTERS/Sachin Ravikumar

KOPPAL/SHIKRAWA, India (Reuters) – Every morning around dawn, dozens of people gather by the dusty banks of a stream snaking through Shikrawa village, two hours south of India’s capital, New Delhi, to do the same thing: defecate in the open. “There are close to 1,600 houses in Shikrawa. And I know for a fact that […]

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