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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] The rag-pickers of Mumbai collect tons of garbage each day, but they are not recognized by the city as a workforce.This river is treated like an open drain by the citizens who discharge raw sewage, industrial waste and garbage unchecked.
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] The rag-pickers of Mumbai collect tons of garbage each day, but they are not recognized by the city as a workforce.This river is treated like an open drain by the citizens who discharge raw sewage, industrial waste and garbage unchecked.
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January 25, 2013
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160199357
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Raa Jonathan / Contributor
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Moment
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The ragpickers of Mumbai collect tons of garbage each day but they... News Photo 160199357Citizen,City,Collection,Draining,Garbage,Horizontal,India,Industry,Maharashtra,Mumbai,Open,Politics,River,Sewage,Unprocessed,Waste,Water PollutionPhotographer Collection: Moment © 2013 Jonathan Raa[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] The rag-pickers of Mumbai collect tons of garbage each day, but they are not recognized by the city as a workforce.This river is treated like an open drain by the citizens who discharge raw sewage, industrial waste and garbage unchecked.