A New Documentary Plumbs The Depths Of India's Massive Sewage Problem

05/11/2015 04:54 pm ET | Updated May 12, 2015

India may be the world's largest democracy and has recorded impressive growth, but dirty water still poses a massive problem in the South Asian nation. India struggles to cleanly dispose of its waste, its drinking water contaminated by garbage that has entered the waterways.

In a new documentary for Vice, correspondent Tania Rashid examines the issues of water and waste in India. She sat down with HuffPost Live's Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani on Monday to discuss her film.

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