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Disability evangelists speak up for challenges of persons with disabilities in covid times at the 7th National Conference on Disability

Disability evangelists speak up for challenges of persons with disabilities in covid times at the 7th National Conference on Disability
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  • Understanding of disability issues, mobilizing support for the rights, dignity and well-being of disabled people at the heart of Sarthak's Rastriya Divyang Sashaktikaran Manch

New Delhi/Mumbai, 20 th December 2020 : Sarthak Educational Trust and National Abilympic Association of India hosted the 2-day 7th National Conference on Disability on December 18th and 19th 2020, based on the theme Digital Inclusion - Pathway to Empowerment of People with Disability. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this annual national conference was held online. The Inaugural day saw launch of CapSarathi, a one-of-its- kind, path-breaking mobile app that will help 10 cr disabled population reaching out to 718 districts and 664,369 villages in India.

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HTLS 2021: New India hits back when enemies attack, says Amit Shah

HTLS 2021: New India hits back when enemies attack, says Amit Shah
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A robust 'nation first' paradigm laid down by Prime Minister Narendra Modi transformed the country's response to terror attacks and propelled India into the company of countries such as the United States and Israel that treat national borders as inviolate, home minister Amit Shah said on Saturday.


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India, Russia expected to sign agreements in defence, trade, energy during annual summit

India, Russia expected to sign agreements in defence, trade, energy during annual summit
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India and Russia are putting the finishing touches to agreements in defence, trade, space, technology and energy that are expected to be signed during the annual summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin on December 6.

Ahead of Putin's day-long visit, the Indian government cleared a plan for the joint production of more than 500,000 AK-203 assault rifles with Russia to boost self-reliance in defence manufacturing, officials familiar with the matter said on Saturday.


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