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A school girl with painted face participates in an event to mark World Toilet Day in New Delhi, India, November 19, 2018.

New Delhi schoolgirls mark World Toilet Day. Image: REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis

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Chairperson, HCLTech
Subhashini Chandran
Managing Director, Xynteo India
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