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This mother-daughter duo is helping people with disabilities make their mark in the world

Wheeling Happiness is currently working with Vidisha Baliyan who is the aspiring Miss World Deaf and also conducting workshops across rural Haryana

Published on 6th June 2019
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What happened on May 22, 2018? Reliving the day Thoothukudi lost its hope in humanity

Time has passed and families recall the events of the day the police opened fire on lakhs of people without a warning, killing 15 people and leaving hundreds injured. What really happened that day?

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Free transport to audio aids: Here's how Kozhikode is ensuring that the differently-abled vote in #Election2019 ​

From providing free transport to putting out videos in sign language, the Kozhikode Collectorate is organising a lot of activities online and offline

Published on 17th April 2019
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Rhea Pandey talks about her brand Wearability, a clothing line exclusively for people who are disabled

Some of the products include wheelchair jeans, shirts with concealed velcro zippers and adaptive undergarments

Published on 8th April 2019
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It will take India 87 years to have basic amenities in schools, RTE compliance, says report

Following U-DISE data the study goes on to say that India is far from being able to provide secondary education to all because there is a severe shortage of school infrastructure

Published on 13th March 2019
Modi Dyslexia

Chennai disability group files complaint against Modi for dyslexic joke at Saidapet police station

The TARATDAC and the NPRD have filed a complaint at the Saidapet Police station in Chennai, others across the country have filed cases in their regions too

Published on 6th March 2019
Education Union Budgets 2019

Is there a will to skill India? The hits and misses of the past two Union Budgets

Over the years, education has grown in significance within the ambit of the Union Budget and its components. Here is a brief look at the programmes that have been introduced and how they've well done

Published on 30th January 2019
67 visually impaired students are selected to be a part of the final performing group for Republic day

These Bengaluru Academies have been training the visually impaired students to march in the Republic Day parade

These visually impaired students are extraordinary. We talk to their teachers to find out what went into training the visually impaired students for their march past tomorrow in Bengaluru

Published on 25th January 2019
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These TN Engineering students have devices that will make the diffabled live easier

With medical costs and prosthetics soaring, people with disabilities often need to make do with bad equipment which compromises their quality of life. We checked out three start-ups

Published on 14th January 2019
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Residential schools for persons with disability from next year across Karnataka

The government is also keen in increasing salary of teachers working at disabled schools and also persons with disability at Gram panchayaths

Published on 3rd December 2018
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This diffabled man couldn't find a job despite having a PhD. This is how he turned it around

Akshansh Gupta, who suffers from Cerebral Palsy is a research associate in JNU. This International Disability Day, we talk to him

Published on 3rd December 2018
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Disability Day: 5 Instagram accounts of diffabled peeps you need to follow!

This International Day of Persons with Disability, we pick five Instagrammers for you who are beating their disability with their posts

Published on 3rd December 2018
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Marina Beach opens up for people with disabilities on Int'l Disability Day

The Chennai Corporation has started installing the temporary ramp and has assured that it will be ready by Sunday night

Published on 2nd December 2018
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This Cuddalore man is training his fellow disabled, lepers and widows in skills and helping them get their work done

Arockiya Edwin Prabhu is training the disabled on advocacy and helped them with monetary aid, employment opportunities and getting the work done in government offices

Published on 27th November 2018
Reasons for intellectual disability in children

Excessive consumption of noodles, spices causes intellectual disability in Indian children

Researchers from Macquarie University in Australia conducted the first ever meta-analysis of Indian blood lead levels. They calculated the pooled mean blood lead level from data published between 201

Published on 14th October 2018

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