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Lend them your EAR; you will open up the world to those who cannot hear, says Tarika Vaswani
Every organisation has a story behind its existence and the Education Audiology and Research Society (EAR) is no different. Set up in 1963 by Meher Vakeel, it has, over the years, opened up a whole new world for the deaf and hearing-impaired children. Vakeel herself has a deaf daughter. She was forced...
Geeta Seshu profiles the MBA Foundation whose credo is to ensure life with self-esteem and dignity for the disabled
The sound of music engulfed me as I walked into a ground-floor apartment at Powai. A group of young men and women was practising a dance -- surrounded by grinning and cheerful youth in wheelchairs. The dancers were disabled but who noticed? The josh -- the verve and sheer joy...
Amita Chauhan profiles how SAAD is giving a new life to marginalised women like devdasis and tamasha dancers
“Life on the planet is born of woman” -- Adrienne Rich, poet and essayist While urban, educated Indian women take forward strides as never before, women from less privileged backgrounds remain trapped in a cycle of poverty and misery. The Parbhani district in the Marathwada region of...