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Volume 2 Issue 13July 01, 2004
- Whatβs in a word?
DNIS examines the significance of our understanding of one simple word: Disability.
- "The network provides solidarity"
Ketaki Bardelai is the driving force behind the North East (NE) region Disability Law Unit (DLU) and was instrumental in organising a workshop on disability issues for lawyers in Guwahati in July. She is an Honours graduate in Economics and worked in the advertising industry for many years. After marriage she moved from Kolkata to Guwahati where she soon made her presence known, setting up her own marketing and advertising agency. Then, following a project helping out a friend, she was asked to join Shishu Sarothi, where she has worked ever since. She speaks to DNIS about her involvement in the disability sector and her role in the NE region DLU.
- Delhi judge rules dyslexia is a disability
Delhi University has been ordered by the High Court to process the applications of students with dyslexia under the disability quota.
- Legal big guns support regional disability law unit workshop
A workshop for the North East region Disability Law Unit was held on June 25 in Guwahati, Assam.
- Visually impaired professionals provide new insight for IT firm
FCS Software Solutions is breaking new ground in computer aids for disabled people, thanks to the insights provided by its team of visually impaired developers.
- Botox therapy for cerebral palsy
Celebrities have used Botox for years to smooth away the signs of ageing, but now the treatment is being put to a much more beneficial use.
- Medics draw blood at call centres
It can now be said that the IT sector is good for our health. Call centre executives are providing haematologists with a captive audience of willing volunteers to donate blood on a regular basis.
- Delhi's hospitals are hoping for a brighter future
Following International Donor day, Delhi’s blood transfusion services are hoping that technology can help the City improve its donation statistics.
- Delhi University's disability certificate bureaucracy
A last minute rush to get an acceptable disability certificate enabled hearing-impaired student Garima Goel register for Delhi University.
- Health camps for disabled children
As part of the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council organised health camps for disabled children in June. The camps, for children aged 3 to 18 years, were held in various parts of the hills from 21 June till the end of the month.
- Welfare for disabled people
Poryar, in Tamil Nadu, was host to the launch of a social welfare scheme.
- Bhopal disabled a step closer to justice
The Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court in Bhopal, India, is set to decide whether it will force Dow Chemical to send former Union Carbide officials to India to stand trial for the 1984 gas leak that has killed and injured over 60,000 people.