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Great news: SC tells all colleges to have disabled-friendly classes, hostels soon

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

Published on 12th December 2017
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Born blind, Vasudev went from washing dishes to an MA dream. Can you crowdfund his studies?

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?

Published on 4th December 2017
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The Bag Lady: How Namita Jacob is hand-making storybooks for children with any disability

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

Published on 4th December 2017
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These people are bringing Kashmiri students blinded by pellets back to school. Here's how 

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

Published on 25th November 2017
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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

Published on 9th November 2017
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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

Published on 31st October 2017
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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'

Published on 28th October 2017
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Bullying, a menace to education system: High time we understand this, say international researchers

The study found that transgender and female students are more at risk of polyvictimisation- multiple forms of victimisation

Published on 12th October 2017
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Unaided and underfunded, Kerala's Special Needs Schools to go on strike for a month demanding equal rights

The government, along with a majority of the country, sees handling a special child as the responsibility of only the parent or school. The schools are going to protest this very notion

Published on 10th October 2017
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Empathy is a tool for this unconventional school that brings out an alternative education for its students

Kaliyuva Mane aims to impart its students with education that is taught to them in fun, creative ways and is imparted with sensitvity and understanding. 

Published on 7th October 2017
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Dyslexia is a problem and parents need to start accepting that, opine experts on World Dyslexia Day

Parents and society at large have a huge role to play in shaping and often making or breaking children with dyslexia and learning disabilities, opine Experts on World Dyslexia Day

Published on 5th October 2017
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Where's his disability? Dindigul boy with a blood clotting disorder, straight out of the movie 'Eetti', bags medical seat with NEET

Yukesh S surprised people when he walked in for MBBS counselling with only a short limp and got a seat by virtue of his blood disorder

Published on 24th August 2017
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After NEET hullabaloo, only 5 of 122 seats allotted for the differently-abled were filled up on Thursday

About 20 candidate were eligible to appear for counselling but after the medical tests to determine disability, a mere five students were able to realise their medicine dreams

Published on 24th August 2017
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Your daily dose of inspiration: After losing her hands at the age of 13, Malvika Iyer is now a world famous motivational speaker

She lost her hands in a bomb blast but that did not stop her from inspiring lives, giving speeches at the UN and being invited to co-chair the World Economic Forum summit

Published on 11th September 2017
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Nothing is stopping this Chennai man on wheels from achieving his dreams

This young 22-year-old has a bright future ahead of him and he sees no obstacles big enough to stop him from realising his dreams

Published on 18th September 2017

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