Friday, April 16, 2010

Interesting report on India by UN

According to a new UN study, more people in India (which is the world's second most crowded country) have access to a mobile telephone than to a toilet. The actual statistic is this – “India has some 545 million cell phones, enough to serve about 45% of the population, but only about 366 million people or 31% of the population had access to improved sanitation in 2008”
I am sure that since the time of the survey, the number of cell phones would have at least doubled. When I read this I wanted to add a photo to the information. So here is my work on that :P

(Thanks to '' and stock photo website for the photos, also to 'Aviary' online tool - this is a wonderful alternative for photoshop!!)

The UN doesn't seem to know this - As long as there are transformers and EB Boxes alongside Chennai’s walls with “P. James Magic Show” graffiti painted on them, who cares about toilets?! – What Say Boys!!

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