Helping hand (Telegraph India)



Thursday , December 4 , 2014 




Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee distributes sweets and books among differently abled children in Bodhgaya on the World Disability Day on Wednesday. Sai Health Care Physiotherapy and Pain Management Clinic organised a physiotherapy camp in Patna, in which around 200 people were treated for free. The camp would end on Friday. Members of Bihar Viklang Adhikar Manch sat on a dharna at Kargil Chowk in support of their 21-point charter of demands, including more facilities for the differently abled people in the state. 

Picture by Suman

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