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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
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
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.
This rising addiction to selfies is called 'selfitis' and varies to three degrees- borderline, acute and chronic selfitis, says Poornima Bhat
Stephen Hawking passed away at 76 on March 14 at his residence in Cambridge, England. While the reason behind the death is not revealed, his close associates have mentioned that he died peacefully
Stephen Hawking's achievements reoriented the theories of physics and the universe and have embedded themselves into pen-drives, our playlist and books that inspire aspiring physicists
Soly Ahirkar has dedicated her life to traversing through dusty, isolated taluks and villages and identifying mentally challenged children and encouraging their families to send them to school
OLR Special School's mover and founder Mary Bhuvana Rani, tells us about how her school for autistic children is all about giving them everyday experiences and helping them deal with it better
After a wheel-chair bound student was forced to give up her seat at National Law University because it was not accessible to her, the SC has decided to make some amends
Vasudev Sharma, who hopes to open a school for the blind one day is raising funds to fund his education. Can you help him put himself through college?
Some people call her the 'bag lady' because Namita Jacob has been hand-making and peddling books, in her bag, for children with just about any disability so that they can truly discover stories
The students in the valley have grown up seeing the terror and have even lost their eyes to it but the dedicated members of National Association for the Blind want to bring the light back
Not even one Disabled person will teach at a Polytechnic College next year. Here's why it's discriminatory
The TRB-Polytechnic exam results were announced on November 8 but not one differently-abled candidate found themselves on the list despite having a 4 percent reservation
This Mumbai-based digital travel start-up offers safe and accessible holidays for globetrotters with disabilities
With specialised equipment, a fleet of wheelchair accessible vehicles, experienced guides, and sign language interpreters, Enable Travel has made holidays accessible for those who really need one
Meet Ayush, an autistic Zentangle artist who is good at creating hope with just paper, pen and few colours
Ayush Bhambani is a special kid whose works have been received well because he teaches you how to untangle with 'Zen'
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