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Open letter to Delhi CM Kejriwal regarding Ban on hand driven zen for disabled

Dear Arvind Ji I am a woman with disability I use to drive an automatic hand driven zen which now is old  As per the delhi rules , we cannot drive this car  No provider has thought of people with… Continue Reading →

Prof G N Saibaba , 90% disabled and suffering from 19 high health risks could not get bail

Vasantha Kumari March 25, 2019 Pl sign petition and share widely With great disappointment and unfathomable pain, I inform all democratic forces and the academic community that, today, the Nagpur High Court bench has rejected the bail application of… Continue Reading →

Hindu & Muslim woman donate kidneys to each other’s spouses

Sumitra.DebRoy Mumbai: A Hindu and a Muslim woman donated kidneys to each other’s husbands at a city hospital, stressing that religion didn’t matter when the lives of their loved ones were at stake. The families from Thane and Bihar were… Continue Reading →

Babu Bajrangi, the mass murderer released on bail while 90% disabled Prof Sai Baba continues to languish in Jail

 March 7, 2019 Babubhai Patel, popularly known by his alias Babu Bajrangi, a leader of Gujarat wing of Bajrang Dal, a Hindu rightist organization, who is serving life imprisonment after being convicted in the infamous Naroda Patiya riots case, was… Continue Reading →

I am the mother of a dyslexic daughter. Here’s why I think PM Modi should apologise for making fun of dyslexia

What kind of example is PM Modi setting? That it is okay to crack a joke at the expense of a person with disabilities?|   06-03-2019 SONAL KELLOGG @journolady When I saw the recent interaction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a… Continue Reading →

India PM Modi ‘must apologise to dyslexics’

By Geeta PandeyBBC News, Delhi A leading expert in child psychology says that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must apologise after he appeared to poke fun at dyslexia at a public event, triggering outrage. Mr Modi questioned if a programme… Continue Reading →

Disability activists protest against PM Modi’s insensitive remarks

National Platform For The Rights of the Disabled  There been a spontaneous outpouring of disapproval and indignation throughout the country at the Prime Minister’s mocking at people with dyslexia during an interaction with students at the Smart India Hackathon 2019 organised… Continue Reading →

NPRD Condemns Lathicharge on Protesting Hearing-impaired Youths in Pune, 35 Hurt

The National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) condemns the brutal lathi charge on disabled protesters in Pune, Maharashtra, on February 25. The protesters mainly belonging to the deaf community were mainly demanding the implementation of the provisions… Continue Reading →

The amazing story of this 38-year-old Indian author who suffers from VHL, a rare disease

Payel Bhattacharya suffers from von Hippel-Lindau or VHL. She tells us about the various difficulties she has faced in her life due to VHL and how she wants to make people aware of this rare condition. Writer Payel tells us… Continue Reading →

In 20 Years, Quality of Workers’ Life Has Degraded”#WorkersStrikeBack

– Workers of GIDC Machunagar is a slum in Gujarat where migrant workers of the Vatva GIDC reside in squalor. The state has the highest gap between minimum wages paid in the state and wages decided by NREGA. Damayantee Dhar… Continue Reading →

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