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Tanushree Kar and Nitya Parmeswaran describe Yuva Parivartan’s role in helping deprived youth to have a better tomorrow
Mumbai is teeming with people and is evidently bursting at its seams. When a sizeable number of the people live below the poverty line in slums, it is but natural that 80% of the slum children between the age of 10-16 drop out of the education system. To combat this...
Radhika Nair describes a novel way of using palyful pets to assist in therapy
Vinod, a resident of Cheshire Home has been on a wheelchair for the past 25 years. His hands and legs are immobile; he was depressed most of the time and did not get out of his room much. That is, until Angel, a two-year-old golden retriever, walked into his life. He now looks forward to her weekend visits so that...
Tanushree Kar describes a Pune-basedorganisation that identifies, develops and utilises skills specific to each disabled
In almost all her films, Aparna Sen has depicted a physically and mentally challenged character because, as she said, she had to make society at large remember that they do exist. The logo of ‘Prayatna’, a school for challenged people in Kondhwa, Pune, is designed as four...