Pune-based Samir Ghosh, a London School of Economics (LSE) alumnus who has the World Bank, the United National Development programme, and Unicef on his resume, believes that data available from the 2011 census for Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad can help the administration fine-tune its Covid-19 containment strategy to ensure the most vulnerable are best safeguarded and [...]
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Address at Felicitation Programme of Children Orthopaedic Care Institute (COCI) Mr. Abhishek Krishna, Collector Nagpur, Mr. U.N. Shingade, Founder & President COCI and Mr. Lohakare, Secretary COCI, my colleagues, friends from NGOs, friends from media, ladies and gentlemen – Good Evening !. Let me thank first of all “Nagai Narayanji Memorial Foundation” having invited me [...]
Dear Reader, According to official figures, about 2.21% of the total population of the country consist of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), which constitute persons with visual, hearing, speech, locomotors and mental disabilities. While India has ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disability (UNCRPD), PwDs continue to face many difficulties in [...]
Most respected Beroz Vacchha, who I consider a doyen and a mother superior in the field of deafblindness in India, Mr. Miten Shah, Mr. Vinod Gopal, respected Babuji, Yogesh ji, my colleagues, friends from NGOs, parents‟ group, friends from the media, ladies and gentlemen – Good Morning !. Let me first thank Helen Keller Institute [...]
Keynote Address Honorable Shri Prithviraj Chavanji, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Honorable Smt. Selja, Minister for Social Justice, GoI, Honorable Shri Shivajirao Mogheji, Minister for Social Justice, Maharashtra, Shri Suhas Kale, my colleagues, friends from NGOs, parents‟ group, friends from the media, ladies and gentlemen – Good Morning !. Let me thank the Maharashtra State [...]
The economy of India is based in part on planning through its five-year plans, which are developed, executed and monitored by the Planning Commission. Prior to the fourth plan, the allocation of state resources was based on schematic patterns rather than a transparent and objective mechanism, which led to the adoption of the Gadgil formula [...]
Republic Day, perhaps may be meaning poles apart from one person to another and from one community to another. While to some it is a deep routed patriotic connotation and remembrance of a self-reliant constitution & democratic values, to some it may be sloganeering and emoting to make their political “Ullu Sidhaa,” and yet to [...]
INTRODUCTION: Burn injuries are known to be one of the major causes of deaths and disfigurement all over the world and so also in India. It has been suggested by various studies that disfigurement due to burns has far reaching psycho - social impact on patients. The psycho social support after burn injury is identified [...]
The goal of decent work is best expressed through the eyes of people. It is about their job and future prospects; about their working conditions; about balancing work and family life. It is about gender equality, equal recognition of the vulnerable groups that includes PwDs and enabling them to make choices and take control of [...]