India’s disabled must have a fighting chance to achieve whatever they want

They are often called India’s invisible population. The 2011 Census put the number of differently abled in the country at 26.8 million or about 2.23% of the country’s population. Now a top government official, Navreet Kang, secretary, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, has acknowledged that the figure is a gross underestimation. “The WHO… Read More India’s disabled must have a fighting chance to achieve whatever they want