Afghan refugees cooking their way to a better future: 'It’s their resilience and patience that has helped them grow'
The women fled to India to avoid the atrocities of the Taliban regime.
Delirium affects a large proportion of hospital patients, particularly those with dementia. One Berlin hospital is tackling the root causes.
As the world marks Sight Day, we talk to two Indian tennis players who are introducing an inclusive form of the sport to their visually impaired peers
Former and current members of the Indian military have criticised a Netflix film for portraying the armed forces as rife with gender discrimination.
An estimated 11.8 million women in India living with disabilities have struggled to get their health needs met amid the pandemic
A helping hand, a listening ear: abortion helpline in India, where 10 women a day die from unsafe terminations, offers counselling and access to a safe clinic
Lockdowns in India to curb Covid-19 have reduced women’s access to birth control, causing a rise in unplanned pregnancies and unsafe abortions
A charity in Bangalore, Hidden-Pockets Collective, has launched a free helpline to advise women and tell them where they can have an abortion safely
COVID Blog: In Uganda, COVID-19 restrictions are limiting access to sunscreen, critical for the survival of people with albinism
SNUPA's solution for the sunscreen deprived people with albinism in Uganda.
Restaurant owners find that staff who cannot hear or speak are less easily distracted, and smile more, than non-disabled staff
Some businesses now make their hiring of disabled staff a selling point
Mumbai’s Slumdog Millionaire location offers poor Indian kids hope in form of hip hop, acting and coding
Disadvantaged children from Mumbai’s Dharavi slum, where Slumdog Millionaire was partly filmed, are getting the chance to learn a new skill
A number of dance, arts and acting initiatives are helping the personal development of children in the area
Women from the Kranti centre have distributed food to 3,000 others in Mumbai’s red-light districts, and are raising funds for relief work
They hope to help society understand their backgrounds, and overcome the stigma surrounding sex workers and their families
Modest fashion is coming into its own in the country with world's third largest Muslim population.
The Arranged Gay Marriage Bureau, which promises to help Indian gay men and lesbians find love, is accused by some of being a “malicious” scam.