differently-abled

NGO series: Vaani – Sound of the soul

NGO series: Vaani – Sound of the soul

December 26, 2016

To inaugurate a series on Indian Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) and to hold a light to their noble contributions to make the world a better place, MIG chose to start with an organisation which is dealing with a major yet unnoticed problem – hearing impairment. Not only V...

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Differently-abled employees in India

Differently-abled employees in India

October 15, 2016

Though many organisations in India are ignorant about the inclusion and rehabilitation of disable persons, various others are recognising the need to tap the differently-abled population; despite the challenges.

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Indians strive to make children ‘equally-abled’

Indians strive to make children ‘equally-abled’

October 15, 2016

With a tally of four medals at the Rio Paralympics 2016 from the country’s biggest contingent ever, demand for greater attention towards sports as an integral part of the curriculum for the specially-abled children is now gaining impetus.

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Amul producing ads with a twist for decades

Amul producing ads with a twist for decades

September 12, 2016

Amul Cooperative,reportedly the world's 13th largest dairy company, has had a long history of producing socially relevant advertisements based on the happenings in and around India. Whether it is politics, social issues or simple pop culture reference, Amul hasn’t disappointed ...

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Jammu & Kashmir schools open to differently-abled children

Jammu & Kashmir schools open to differently-abled children

June 24, 2016

More than 24,000 children with special needs have been enrolled in government schools in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir (North) and the state government is also making efforts to convert all existing schools differently-abled friendly.

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