Deepali Pandit

White Cane Walk was not a Cake Walk : Visually impaired Delhi boy Tapas Bhardwaj, who scored 93.2 % in his 12th CBSE board exams

White Cane Walk was not a Cake Walk by Deepali Pandit The visually impaired are usually looked at, as powerless or weak people. They face many barriers in their life. Physical, emotional and social barriers bother them every day. One of the major challenges they face is unemployment. They are unable to get jobs easily, because of their disability. Their …

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To be Fair : An Article on Celebrity Endorsing Fairness Products featuring Kangana Ranaut by Deepali Pandit

Indians complain about racism outside the subcontinent, whereas the truth is that Indians themselves are obsessed with fairer skin. From Bollywood celebrities to cricket icons, all endorse fairness products to earn good money. Where all these largely followed celebrities choose to endorse fairness products, Bollywood’s very own queen Kangana Ranaut declined a whooping amount of 2 crore rupees which she …

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