Sindagi suffers from lack of doctors

The government hospital, PHCs and sub-centres of Sindagi taluk deprive of specialised doctors and medical staff.  By Manasvi Gupta Samshed Begum Mullah of Ganihar village in Sindagi had to undergo her surgery in another district after suffering from a heart attack because of unavailability of doctors in her taluk. Sindagi has 76.82 per cent vacancy […]

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Derelict compound walls in Sindagi government schools

Several government school compounds in Sindagi taluk, Vijaypura are being misused by the trespassers due to lack of boundary walls. Stray animals and two-wheeler riders cause menace in the lives of the students. By Shalu Chowrasia     Stray cows and pigs roam freely in government school premises due to lack of boundary walls. Unavailability of funds […]

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Swachh toilets still a dream in Sindagi

Public toilets in Sindagi town are unclean and poorly-maintained. People who do not have toilets at their house prefer open defecation instead of using the public toilets. By Shalu Chowrasia Sindagi received its Open-Defecation Free (ODF) tag six months ago but villagers still continue to defecate in the open. There are three public toilets in […]

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Drinking water or poison?

Jayshree Ramesh Amagol from Sindagi has four children, of whom three had at least once suffered from typhoid, dysentery or dengue—water-borne diseases. By Manasvi Gupta Bengaluru: Potable water available to the villagers of Sindagi Taluk through bore wells contains bacteria like E. Coli, which makes it unsafe for drinking and cause diseases like typhoid, diarrhoea, […]

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