Raja Babu Cricketer Running E-Rickshaw

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Cricketer Raja Babu Struggles For Survival, Runs E-Rickshaw In Ghaziabad

The differently abled cricketer Raja Babu, who once used to be supported by the Divyang Cricket Association (DCA) is now struggling to meet daily ends. After the cricket associations and UP government failed to fulfil their promises, Babu was left with no choice but to run e-rickshaw, sell milk to feed a family of four and survive in Ghaziabad. Notably, Raja Babu was promised support and reward for his performance.

Thu, 18 Aug 2022 - 04:27 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Raja Babu, Cricketer, differently abled, Divyang Cricket Association, UP Govt


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Cricket Tournament For Differently Abled Players Conducted In J&K's Pulwama To Boost Confidence

A cricket competition for differently abled players on July 28 was held in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama, with the goal of boosting their confidence that they can compete at the national and international levels. The tournament's organizer stated, "Our aim is that they should not consider themselves lesser than anybody." A participant in the cricket match stated that their skill is being showcased to the public through this event. 

Fri, 29 Jul 2022 - 09:45 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Cricket, Jammu and Kashmir, tournament, differently abled, Pulwama

Courtesy: ANI

Chief Minister Of Tamil Nadu

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Chief Minister Of Tamil Nadu Gives Welfare & Maintenance Grants To People With Disabilities

TN CM, M K Stalin has handed welfare aids and maintenance allowances to many differently-abled on October 9. At the Secretariat, he allocated keys to five beneficiaries of petrol scooters with connected wheels. Besides, CM Stalin provided Rs 1,500 monthly allowances for maintenance to five profoundly disabled people and gave appointment orders based on humanitarian grounds to the heirs of four workers who died on duty.

Sun, 10 Oct 2021 - 11:48 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu CM, welfare aids, differently abled

Courtesy: The Indian Express