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96% households in Rural India having toilet access use them – NARSS

An Independent Verification Agency (IVA) conducted the National Annual Rural Sanitation Survey (NARSS) 2018-19 under the World Bank support project to Swacch Bharat Mission Grameen (SBM-G) including 6136 villages across Indian States and Union Territories and covering 92040 households. As per this survey conducted between30

Ganges river dolphin

I am a Ganges River dolphin; do you know me?

Hi, I am a Ganges River Dolphin. Though I mainly live in water, you might have seen me on television and in books, swimming, splashing around and even performing stunts. I am a creature of water and over the centuries my ancestors have been living30

Lepidochelys olivacea - Olive Ridley turtle

I am an Olive Ridley Sea Turtle; do you know me?

The Olive Ridley Sea Turtles are one of the most common and smallest species of turtles found all over the world. Their scientific name is Lepidochelys olivacea and are found in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. They30

One horned Rhino

I am an Indian Rhinoceros; do you know me?

You might have spotted me lurking around in forests, often alone, with a horn on my nose and because of my size, I’m hard to miss. Yes, you guessed it right, I am an Indian rhinoceros. Most people call me a rhinoceros but there are30

Peacock Plumage

I am an Indian Peacock, do you know me?

If you remember that old song ‘Nani teri morni ko mor le gaye’, you might have a fair idea of who I am. Yes, you guessed it right! I am a peacock and I am also known as an Indian peafowl. However, I have another30

Indian rock python

I am an Indian Python, do you know me?

Do you see that long creature, moving at an unnoticeable speed, slithering against the wall with a thin wavy tongue, in a glass enclosure at the zoo? Yes, that’s me the Indian python. I am a snake and my scientific name is Python molurus. In30

I am a Snow Leopard, do you know me?

Huge, agile and ferocious—are the qualities I am known for. Hi, I am a snow leopard and it’s not easy to spot me. I live in regions with high-altitude and snow-capped mountains like the Himalayas. Many people often describe me as an animal which is30


I am a Tiger, do you know me?

Hi, I am a Tiger. I am known for my ferociousness, loud roar, speed and attacking moves. The scientists—you know the ones working day and night in labs in white coats—have another name for me and hundreds of other tigers in the world, namely Panthera30