IndiGo CEO offers to buy electric wheelchair for specially abled child, who was barred from flight

CEO Ronojoy Dutta offered to buy an electric wheelchair for the boy as a 'small token of appreciation' for the lifelong dedication of his parents in taking care of a disabled person.

published on : 9th May 2022

The fault in our fitness formula 

With access and acceptance denied, people with disabilities unfold the ordeals at fitness centres and sports complexes while offering suggestions

published on : 12th April 2022

Specially-abled Kerala woman has grown adept at handling life, all with a smile

Born without fully formed limbs, Bindhu K R has proved predictions of bedridden life wrong, reports Nejma Sulaiman

published on : 6th February 2022

This specially-abled TN artist lets her brushes talk

A double degree holder, this disabled artist chose not to be treated differently in society

published on : 7th November 2021

Fathima Asla -- specially-abled doctor from Kerala winning wheels of life

Kozhikode-native Dr Fathima Asla is fearless in her persuit. Battling disability, she became a doctor, and she found a groom in Firoz Nediyath, who gave her a wheelchair as wedding gift

published on : 22nd October 2021

Specially-abled kids from Kerala's Munnar bring you eco-friendly gifts for Onam, Rakhi

A group of children at DARE school in Munnar, a centre for special education, has brought out eco-friendly gifting choices for Rakshabandhan and Onam this year. 

published on : 20th August 2021

Covid throws up challenges for specially-abled kids

 Surviving the pandemic has been hard for many, but for non-neurotypical children — those with neurodevelopmental disorders, the situation is much worse.

published on : 18th August 2021