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Tag: toilets

As Gandhi turns 150, is India finally open-defecation free?

Experts say millions still lack access to toilet or don’t use one out of habit.

Time running out for survivors as Indonesia toll tops 1,400

Palu residents crowd around daisy-chained power strips at the few buildings with electricity or queued for water, cash or petrol being brought in via armed police convoy, even as sanitation continues to be a growing problem.

Liew demands immediate report on court toilet mess

VK Liew says it's unacceptable for judges and court staff having to clean up the workplace themselves.

Japan, home of the high-tech loo, hopes basic toilet can save...

Household products firm Lixil is forming an unusual partnership with the UN's children's agency Unicef, which will help promote the company's Sato toilet in the hope of saving lives in developing countries.

While everyone can fly, not everyone knows what to do inside...

With many passengers in India travelling for the first time, airline prepares video addressing basic issues like how to use onboard toilets.

Putrajaya trains sight on toilets at transport hubs

Transport Ministry aims to make sure toilets are properly maintained.

Najib praises MAHB for toilet cleanliness at KLIA, klia2

Image and comfort is vital for tourism, says prime minister.