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DreamIndia’s uniqueness lies in its smallness, says Mitali Patel
Don’t we all think of ourselves as good human beings, irrespective of who we are, what work we do and how we think? Imagine for a moment that you have achieved your coveted goal; can you figure out how many people have contributed directly and indirectly to making you what you are? No person owes his achievements completely to...
Dr Nita Mukherjee describes Umang’s efforts in rehabilitating children with cerebral palsy
Umang, meaning zest or enthusiasm, seeks to inculcate just that – among a rather difficult target group that is generally regarded as being beyond hope – children afflicted with cerebral palsy.
Persons with cerebral palsy have different kind of disabilities – they could be mentally challenged, suffer...
Sonya Wadhwani describes Shanti Avedna, a unique hospice that allows the terminally ill to be cared for and die with dignity
My teacher was suffering from pancreatic cancer and I remember wondering why she had to die so miserably. When I heard that she was going to be admitted to a hospice for terminally ill cancer patients, many more questions came to mind. What kind of place is it? Can...