disability

LGBTQ representation in Indian cinema

LGBTQ representation in Indian cinema

March 12, 2020

From decriminalising homosexuality in 2018 to portray the love stories of the LGBTQ+ community as ‘normal couples’ in its cinema, India and Indian films have come a long way. Indian cinema and the discussion on queer love stories has been a long one with twists and turns, ups...

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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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Travelling across India to find innovators, disability no weakness

Travelling across India to find innovators, disability no weakness

September 8, 2016

An #Indian youth is travelling the country in search of unrecognized talent who have adopted #eco-careers. An #IIT-IIM alumnus is running a free residential school for #underprivileged children. A #foreign woman stepped out to prove that her #disability is her strength by travell...

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In India, 80% doctors serving only 28% of the population – Report

In India, 80% doctors serving only 28% of the population – Report

August 21, 2016

In India, 60 pc hospitals, 75 pc dispensaries and 80 pc doctors are located in urban areas providing service to only 28 pc of the country’s population, says a report by Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI) released on Saturday.

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Obesity and diabetes

Obesity and diabetes

June 17, 2016

According to the Global Nutrition Report 2016, the number of overweight people who are also prone to diabetes are increasing in India.

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 14, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in pursuit of t...

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 8, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in pursuit of t...

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 8, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in purs...

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