Trending Stories on NewzHook Oct 26 – Nov 1
Here’s a quick look at NewzHook stories that were widely shared this week.
Who doesn’t love to travel and God’s Own Country, Kerala, has promised to make itself more accessible to people with disabilities. The government has announced that all tourist spots in the state would be made disabled-friendly by 2021. This means travellers with disabilities can expect ramps, accessible washrooms, the whole works! We promise to keep you updated with the latest developments on this front.
Global inclusion campaign The Valuable 500 promises to be a game-changer in the way businesses across the world embrace inclusion. Founder Caroline Casey will be in New Delhi for a session organised by NGO EnAble India where 17 leading Indian companies have committed to making their presence felt.
Come elections, and its open season for politicians who typically resort to unkind, often abusive remarks, about their opponents, comparing them to people with disabilities. No more, says disability rights leader Dr Satendra Singh, who sent a formal appeal to the Election Commission of India asking for action to be taken against such politicians.
The Blind Graduates Forum of India (BGFI) hosts informative and interesting sessions for visually impaired people and NewzHook’s story on an upcoming grooming session caught everyone’s interest. Do read more here.
And staying with grooming, formal black shoes are a must have for all men. This week on NH Lifestyle, we looked at shoes with laces
that are the preferred choice for men with different types of disabilities.
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