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Do away with your prejudices about people at The Human Library in Bhubaneshwar, courtesy Bhubaneswar Poetry Club

BPC has arranged for an interesting range of human books which will help you chase away all your prejudice 

Published on 7th July 2018
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Here's how Special Olympics Bharat is helping thousands of intellectually disabled kids live their dreams

Simon Koh of the Special Olympics opens up about their latest initiatives to introduce more intellectually disabled kids into the world of sports

Published on 30th June 2018
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Meet India's first teeth archer Abhishek Thaware who battled a polio attack to train for Asian Para Games 

By the time he was in eighth grade, Thaware got involved in athletics. He was introduced to cross country running and soon, he was winning almost every competition he participated in 

Published on 22nd June 2018
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How diff-abled accountant Sunil Jain's Astha is getting special people to vote, play sports and live life

Astha has already helped 180 people to get their voter ID cards in 2014 and they are working to develop wheelchair tennis in India

Published on 22nd June 2018
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Cops in Maharashtra reward physically challenged boy who cleared his SSC exam by writing with his feet

Kalpesh Dhoda appeared for his Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination conducted recently and wrote the exam papers with the help of his toes

Published on 19th June 2018
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World Hypertension Day 2018: Top 10 risks of ignoring the condition

Hypertension is a common condition and studies in India have shown that around 30% of adults suffer from hypertension with a marked increase in urban areas as compared to rural India

Published on 16th May 2018
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World Dance Day: A few places in Chennai where you can groove to express yourself 

Ahead of World Dance Day on April 29, therapists in Chennai root for Dance Movement Therapy because it facilitates emotional well-being, heals illnesses, and instills a sense of empowerment

Published on 28th April 2018
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In a first, engineering aspirants won't have to come to Chennai for counselling 

This will reduce the 21-year-old ordeal of students from different parts of the State, to find boarding, lodging and transport for the sake of the counselling.

Published on 24th April 2018
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How this partially deaf man is turning his photography classes to a moment of joy 

For Rajen Nair, the art of photography helped him overcome his pain. Now, he is helping children across India turn to photography to find their mojo

Published on 10th April 2018
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This differently-abled boy from Kerala is asking for a school closer to home 

The action committee of the protest wants the government to consider Aasim’s as a special case on humanitarian grounds

Published on 13th April 2018
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Want to establish a school in Karnataka? You should know these new safety rules

One of the important aspects is cyber safety, under which the department has directed schools to have proper internet security which restricts access to sites with adult content

Published on 7th April 2018
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World Autism Day: This autistic boy from Madurai can perform 45 asanas in 15 minutes

R Jeevan, a 12-year-old  from Madurai, has been taking yoga lessons for the past seven months. His sharp memory has helped him pick-up his lessons fast

Published on 2nd April 2018
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Date-rimonial site for the disabled Inclov gets even more accessible, launches desktop version 

How do you make an already inclusive disability matchmaking app better? Ask its founder Kalyani Khona and she will load you with her brilliant ideas  

Published on 30th March 2018
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Visually-impaired student gets Rhodes Scholarship, wins 13 gold medals at convocation

Bajaj, possibly the first disabled student from the country to have been chosen for the Rhodes scholarship, will be pursuing Bachelor of Civil Law and M.Phil from Oxford University.

Published on 25th March 2018
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Do you love your selfies? Well, you may be suffering from 'selfitis'

This rising addiction to selfies is called 'selfitis' and varies to three degrees- borderline, acute and chronic selfitis, says Poornima Bhat

Published on 23rd March 2018

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