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India to provide low-cost artificial limbs to Asean kids 20.11.2007 New Indian Express
India to provide low-cost artificial limbs to Asean kids
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A case for inclusion 20.11.2007 Hindu: Book Review
Advocacy for those whose entitlements are excluded from theories of justice
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Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy: Three to tango 19.11.2007 New Indian Express
Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy: Three to tango
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Polio pointer 19.11.2007 New Indian Express
Polio pointer
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WHO to inquire into polio victim's case 19.11.2007 The Statesman
WHO to inquire into polio victim's case
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Beating the war of words 19.11.2007 Deccan Herald
Beating the war of words
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Polio pointer 16.11.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
About a year ago, the World Health Organisation actually accused India of "exporting polio" to other countries.
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'Big' news: Not one polio case in 11 months in disease epicentre 16.11.2007 Indian Express
'Big' news: Not one polio case in 11 months in disease epicentre
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Special school for autistic children 16.11.2007 Deccan Herald
Special school for autistic children
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Chhath devotees observe 'kharna' 16.11.2007 TOI: Patna
Thursday being "kharna", there was a huge rush at the ghats in the morning to collect water from river Ganga as "prasad" is cooked in it.
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Chhath devotees observe 'kharna' 16.11.2007 TOI: Cities
Thursday being "kharna", there was a huge rush at the ghats in the morning to collect water from river Ganga as "prasad" is cooked in it.
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Forum to aid special kids 16.11.2007 Telegraph: North Bengal
Chhotto, chhotto paye cholte cholte thik pouchhe jabo, sang a group of special children here.
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Differently-abled kids get wired 15.11.2007 Asian Age: Delhi
OUR CORRESPONDENT New Delhi :On the eve of Children’s Day, Hewlett-Packard India is taking the students of Tamana, a non-profit charitable organisation for children with intellectual disability and autism, on a new journey. A digital lab is being set up for students with special needs and with this initiative, India joins the group of countries where technology has connected children throughout the world. This was announced in the capital on Tuesday at the Tamana School. "We strongly believe that technology can help empower lives and secure a better future. Assistive technology can create a new paradigm for regular education as well as for students with special needs. This initiative in India is the first-step towards facilitating equal ...
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India ‘surprises’ world in fight against polio 15.11.2007 Mint: Human Development
Death occurs in about 5-10% of paralysed patients when their breathing muscles are immobilized
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India surprises world in fight against polio 15.11.2007 Hindustan Times: India
A new vaccination campaign has produced strong results in fighting polio in India and if sustained, the crippling disease could be eradicated in the next two years, says a top WHO expert.
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India surprises world in fight against polio 15.11.2007 New Indian Express
India surprises world in fight against polio
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Surgery camp for polio-affected kids 15.11.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Wednesday unveiled a statue of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and inaugurated a Polio Corrective Surgery and Rehabilitation Programme at Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsayalaya at Geeta Colony in East ...
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Girl’s crusade for rights of the disabled 15.11.2007 Hindustan Times: India
Aishwarya Shukla, a Class X student in Ranchi, has been meeting government official for over two months to sensitise them about the plight of city's disabled, reports Madan Kumar.
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Anniversary in style 15.11.2007 Telegraph: Calcutta
The first NGO in eastern India working on cerebral palsy is set to celebrate its 33rd anniversary in style. The Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy (IICP), which was earlier known as the Spastics Society of Eastern India, was started in 1974 by the parents of a boy who had the ailment.
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Fragile X syndrome seen in 1 in 1,200 males 14.11.2007 Sify News
Fragile X syndrome is seen in one in 1,200 males and one in 2,500 females and it appears in families of every ethnic group and income level, according to Dr Manjeet Mehta, a Medical Geneticist.
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