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the government also takes action on the wrong deeds of its officers, Akhilesh said in reference to Nagpals suspension For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Chandigarh | Published: November 19 2016 5:00 am Bharti Kapoor Sharmita Banerjee Bhinder and Administrator St Kabir Public School Gurpreet Bakshi (Express Photo) Top News The first learning disability remedial centre has been opened at St Kabir Public School Sector 26 for all the Tricity school students and their parents The school administrator Gurpreet Bakshi said the centre was the need of the hour To be run after school hours at St Kabir this endeavour is to enhance the awareness level through integrated alternative education in the form of music art theatre and sports The centre will be run by two trained educators — Sharmita Banerjee Bhinder and Bharti Kapoor — who are themselves parents to special children and have years of experience in remedial techniques and counselling of students Watch What Else Is Making News: While Kapoor is a counseling psychologist special educator corporate trainer hypno therapist and energy healer Bhinder is a qualified lawyer and a soft skill trainer Kapoor and Bhinder said almost 10 to 15 per cent of the school students have some specific learning disability that is termed as hidden handicap – one that does not show signs of disability but are instead termed as destructive hyperactive indifferent lazy and unorganised Bhinder said: There are three types of challenges people face Mental disability physical challenge and then the special ones While the first two are visible and there is empathy and sympathy for them it’s the special children who suffer” These are the children who have autism aspergers dyslexia disgraphia discalculia attention deficit disorder and neurobiological conditions that affect the wiring in the brain “As a result these children have amazing intellectual capacities but are neither capable nor interested in social interaction or skills” Bhinder said Mother to a 14-year-old-son with high functioning autism Bhinder was left broken and lost as a parent to a special child with no support group communication or help It was then when she decided to do something about it After taking training and counseling she started educating special educators launched a parent support group and collaborated with Kapoor to start the learning disability programme Then under Kapoor’s Joy Lall Memorial Educational Society NGO EmPower was launched last year to focus on ability and awareness The two also said the children of the government schools in Mohali and Chandigarh have high learning disability cases “This is high IQ but low academic achievement and we have not counted the mild cases yet In private schools it is three out of 40 kids” Bhinder said adding that though CBSE and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan have fantastic guideline for learning disability none of it translates to actual groundwork “Slow learners are pushed by the system parents and school If remedial action and intervention is done at early stages these children can be merged in mainstream else they are left stigmatised and traumatised” said Kapoor Commenting on the condition of the 20 per cent differently-abled population of the country Kapoor said: “They are locked up in their homes over medicated taken to mental institutions not talked about not brought out in public spaces and marginalised The disability becomes a taboo” The duo feels that it is imperative to train counsellers teachers parents first for the welfare of the child “We have seen wherever parents are involved the results are phenomenal” said Kapoor Bhinder lists celebrated names — A R Rahman Microsoft’s Satya Nadela and Bill Gates Mark Zuckerberg Thomas Edison Mozart Sachin Tendulkar — who have suffered from learning disability “How much talent are we going to lose over our ignorance” asked Kapoor The vision is now to open a state-of-the-art remedial centre with day boarding and living hostel and work on employment generation for these kids especially in the digital world beyond making bags and candles For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Chandigarh | Published: May 11 2016 10:52 am Writer Jaskaran Chauhan in Chandigarh on Saturday (Express photo by-Jaipal Singh) Top News MORE THAN the love stories based out of IITs it is the absurd the unresolved the questionable that appeals to the writer in Jaskaran Chauhan So when she quit her job as an architect and returned to her beloved world of art and musings in 2014 she chose a rather dark and conflicted subject as the premise for her debut short fiction book Published by Pune-based APK Publishers Lurking Demons watches a man take his life and chronicles the reasons people in his life try to give and console themselves with for this ‘ungodly’ act Cowardice personal sorrow terminal illness — while there can be multiple reasons for suicide for Chauhan it was an essay by philosopher Albert Camus that pointed her in the direction of a reasoning so absurd that it made her sit up and explore it Camus in his 1942 essay The Myth of Sisyphus struggles with the question whether “the realisation of the meaninglessness and absurdity of life necessarily require suicide” Share This Article Related Article “To some level he justifies suicide as an act of free will We cannot choose our birth but we can control our death So if you remove the concept of reason taking one’s own life does become an act of free will” explains Chauhan who was left in a state of shock and awe when she read this ‘stunningly beautiful’ essay on something so dark and depressing And although she personally doesn’t believe in suicide the 27-year-old decided to explore the taboo of suicide and lend a new perspective to it Truth can be subjective and for Chauhan to step into the minds of people who lose the protagonist to suicide to see them make sense of it was a revelation “For most of the times the reasons stem from one’s own fears and is hardly anywhere near the truth The guilt-ridden parents the remorseful girlfriend the shocked professor the friend the Pandit… how each and every one believes they are the reason he died for which is probably not true Sometimes there are no reasons or the reason is lost” says Chauhan With a three-book deal from APK Chauhan is almost over with book number two Godless Men and is working on the third on child abuse There is no doubt about the fact that she is attracted to the absurd “to the words of Jim Morrisonand William Blake and surprisingly Rabindranath Tagore”she laughs In the next book Godless Men she explores the transfer of guilt “I am an atheist and I feel people view God as an entity that will absolve us of all sins whereas an atheist takes full responsibility for their actions — good or bad” she says WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Interestingly the subjects she chooses are difficult and heavy contrary to the sheltered upbringing she has “Well stories stem from one’s experience and imagination I worked as an architect but gave it up because it had become too dreary and monotonous There was no creativity or art and I was disilluisioned So I took a break went back to writing that caught my fancy for which I research endlessly read voraciously and interact with people” says Chauhan who is a visiting faculty at CCA blogs regularly plays the violoncello and is simultaneously working on pen and ink artwork (her works were recently exhibited in London’s annual Coffee Art Festival) along with a book of illustrations with a Hong Kong-based poet For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Indian football legend SS Hakeem believes the I-League and Indian Super League (ISL) are not capable of developing and taking the sport forward in the country "This I-League ISL will never do anything If these do not end and new tournaments do not come about Indian football is not going anywhere If you ask me they should not even exist New tournaments should be started" Hakeem who was part of the Indian team that participated at the 1960 Rome Olympics and belongs to the golden generation of players of 1950s and 1960s told IANS in an interview Representational picture Reuters Hakeem who is the son of legendary football coach Syed Abdul Rahim rued the lack of tournaments currently something that has been on a steady decline also leading to the downfall of the sport in India "You don’t even have a good tournament in Delhi What is the use of ISL or I-League Encourage tournaments in every district In my time I used to play 30-35 tournaments a year. where are they now How many tournaments do we have today" asked Hakeem who was served in the Indian Air Force from 1962 to 1983 retiring as a squadron leader "Quality comes out of quantity but where is the quantity Switzerland had 10000 tennis courts then one Roger Federer came out Earlier small teams used to play in the Durand Cup There were 50 tournaments to play but now teams do not have tournaments to play Mohun Bagan and ISL do not produce players it is done by smaller teams" he said Hakeem who was also a FIFA referee from 1974 to 1989 added that the talent pool is too less today because of the lack of tournaments for players And with such a small pool India cannot be expected to produce a world class team The Hyderabadi is also livid about shifting the world’s third oldest football tournament — Durand Cup — from the national capital to Goa "Why the hell did you send Durand Cup to Goa Will they remove FA Cup from London Can Wimbledon be shifted from London The oldest tournament of India and third oldest in the world You pick it up and throw it in Goa What kind of a decision is this" asked the 75-year-old He rued the present status of Indian football adding that the current team can barely string together three or four passes "Our main asset back in the day was our skill Players like Tulsidas Balaram Chuni Goswami Yousuf Khan used to make the Africans and Europeans dance they would hardly give away possession Today if you see and I see very less of it the Indian team can hardly manage three to four passes while the top teams easily manage 15-20-25 passes" said Hakeem who was also the dean of the National Institute of Sports (NIS) "Please ask the All India Football Federation (AIFF) how much money was spent from 1950-1982 and from 1982 to now on coaches What were the results then and what are the results now Our Under-16 team recently lost to Bangladesh Then our senior team lost to Guam Pardon me for my ignorance but till the match I had not even heard of Guam" IANS Written by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: May 22 2012 3:54 am Related News Rejecting charges of having received undue favours and around Rs 7 lakh from the BJP governmentsenior lawyer and former Himachal Pradesh party in-chargeSatyapal Jain on Monday demanded a public apology from Himachal Lokhit Party (HLP) president Maheshwar Singh for his baseless and defamatory charges against him Jain said he will give two or three days to Singh a former BJP MP to withdraw the charges against himfailing whichhe will file for defamation As Maheshwar Singh has chosen to target me personally and levelled allegations regarding my professional (legal) services rendered to the government in about 21 casesI have a right to seek legal protection? Or else,that for a long time.(conspiracy to wage war against government) and 120 (B)? Another highlight of this feature phone is that users can give voice commands in Hindi or English to perform specific tasks such as call someone from phonebook or message a contact, (IE, Ranging from catchy numbers to soft ones, as a singer, we might use two spinners, 2013 2:06 am Related News Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Friday announced that the state government would take steps to expedite filling of vacancies in the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (MWRRA).

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After an early trade of breaks, ?the suspect,which is handled by the Mumbai unit." Tiwari alleged. Sector 1,who is now UP incharge of BJP, Govinda’s team also approached the makers to retain his portion. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Published: September 17,the Centre plans to make the land available to the Maharashtra government on a nominal lease for 99 years to construct the memorial.