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SFI's allegations 'baseless': SWIM chief Satish 20.9.2007 New Indian Express
SFI's allegations 'baseless': SWIM chief Satish
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Disabled to get ID cards 19.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
To be distributed through camps in panchayat unions and corporation areas
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Expo to improve infrastructure in rural schools 19.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Products made by mentally disabled children are on display
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Girl afflicted with polio in Raiganj hospital 18.9.2007 The Statesman
Girl afflicted with polio in Raiganj hospital
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Shades of black 15.9.2007 The Statesman
Shades of black
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Shades of black 15.9.2007 The Statesman
Shades of black
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German-aided project for disabled 15.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It will be implemented by Life Help Centre
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Booster shot for anti-polio drive 15.9.2007 Hindustan Times: India
The Oral Polio Vaccine, considered haram by members of the Muslim community across UP has been declared halal by a top Saudi cleric, reports Zia Haq.
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Appropriate assistance to the disabled assured 15.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
“Data collection on them in the State will be over in six months”
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German-aided project for disabled in Cuddalore 15.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It will be implemented by Life Help Centre
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Higher exposure to foetal testosterone linked to autistic traits 12.9.2007 New Kerala: Health News
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Bringing disabled kids back to school 15.6.2007 India Together - Education

When a teacher specially trained to handle children with special needs started work at a local government school in Bangalore, children were benefited and stopped dropping out. Padmalatha Ravi has more.
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Funded, controlled, and run aground 10.6.2007 India Together - Education

Meghalaya's vocational training system, despite being funded by New Delhi as well as the state government, has two problems. One, there is dearth of adequate number of Industrial Training Institutes (ITI). Two, the placement record is poor and does not generate demand. Ratna Bharali Talukdar finds out what went wrong.
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Bringing disabled kids back to school 9.6.2007 India Together - Education
When a teacher specially trained to handle children with special needs started work at a local government school in Bangalore, children were benefited and stopped dropping out. Padmalatha Ravi has more.
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Funded, controlled, and run aground 9.6.2007 India Together - Education
Meghalaya's vocational training system, despite being funded by New Delhi as well as the state government, has two problems. One, there is dearth of adequate number of Industrial Training Institutes (ITI). Two, the placement record is poor and does not generate demand. Ratna Bharali Talukdar finds out what went wrong.
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In Haryana, SSA's acclaim hides many failures 2.3.2007 India Together
Despite being feted as a huge success, the flagship programme of the government for the universalisation of primary education leaves much to be desired. Ironically, the easy availability of the funds for a supposedly successful scheme may be the preventing it from being as productive as it could otherwise be. Kalpana Misra reports.
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An entitlement with no law 22.1.2007 India Together
With the central government lobbing the ball into the states' court, the right to education bill has practically lost its very essence. Without a central legislation to support it, a constitutional guarantee will have little meaning, say most experts. Deepa A concludes the 'Lens on Education' series.
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School mid-day meals make slow progress 28.11.2006 India Together
School authorities say, and records show, that while enrolment has not been substantially improved as a result of mid-day meal programmes, school attendance has certainly gone up by 10-12%. However, there is still plenty of room for improvement in the management of the scheme. Padmalatha Ravi reports.
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New indicators needed to track SSA 22.11.2006 India Together
Since the introduction of the central government's Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) programme, enrolment numbers in schools have gone up. But how reliable and meaningful are the enrolment figures? Deepa A uncovers key indications of things having gone wrong in SSA's quest for targets.
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Bringing the world of disabilities closer 20.11.2006 The Navhind Times
Bringing the world of disabilities closer
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