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Volume 2 Issue 20October 15, 2004
- Disabled IAS candidates given rightful place
In their quest for justice, Rigzian Sampheal and Lokesh Kumar have been running from pillar to post for the past 13 months. It has been a hard struggle but it has been worth it. The two have not only got into the Indian Administrative Services (IAS), they have also paved the way for other candidates with disability.
- The best thing you can do is to live life the way you want, not the way others think it should be
Having studied in both a special and a 'mainstream' school, Samuel Mani talks about his experiences to Naveen Kaul.
- Historic by-elections held in India
For the first time in the history of independent India, visually impaired voters were able to exercise their franchise in an independent and dignified manner, with their right to secret ballot.
- Disabled woman discriminated against by Gulf Air
Humiliated by insensitive airline staff, a disabled woman is fighting for justice.
- CBSE schools most insensitive to disabled students' needs
A survey commissioned by the Human Resource Development Ministry reveals some shocking truths.
- Government to initiate new policy for mentally ill
The inhuman conditions of mental asylums and lack of acceptance of their residents in society after treatment has prompted the government to provide for treatment within the community.
- Disabled adventurer scales new heights
Navin Gulia, a former army recruit, who was paralysed after a fall during training at the Indian Military Academy, is a source of inspiration for disabled soldiers.
- Christopher Reeve: Crusader for disabled passes away
Christopher Reeve, the actor who brought Superman to life on the silver screen, and who was paralysed from the neck down after a riding accident, has passed away.
- Exhibiting possibilities despite limitations
An art exhibition showcases work by disabled painters from across the country.
- World Mental Health Day draws attention to mental illness
Various functions organised to mark World Mental Health Day.
- World Sight Day 2004 raises awareness
World Sight Day, on October 14, was an opportunity to encourage the governments and others to invest in global blindness prevention programmes.
- Tendulkar shoots for ramps
The Master Blaster takes up the issue of accessibility for people with disabilities.