Differently-Abled

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Differently-Abled Teachers Could Bridge The Education Gap For Students With Special Needs

Last month, I went to an NGO in north Delhi with a friend who worked there. Coincidentally, on that very day, the CBSE class 12 results came out. The mood there was very jubilant because more than five visually challenged students associated with the NGO got more than 90% marks while a few others got more than 80%. Though these performances would not be considered extraordinary in normal circumstances, these were not ordinary students.
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Me, My Son, My Career And A Wheelchair

The building has steep stairs, a faulty elevator without UPS backup and wait for it--the office toilet has a stair that is two-feet-high right in front of it! After a week, I went to the guy who owns the place and told him that these are my issues. He looked at me and said "I care a F@#K!"

5 Meaningless Things People Say When You Have A Disability

One of the things, impatient, independent me has had to learn is there are a lot of meaningless things people say to you when you have something they don't get. And in India, with its culture of ignoring disability (not going to say challenged -- let's call it what it is), that's virtually the entire country!

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