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Venkatesh, an 8-year-old who studies in the third standard of the Government School in Kalguntte Agrahara, Bangalore...
Vasu is 13 years old and lives in Whitefield, Bangalore
Shwetha is an 11-year-old girl, studying in the sixth standard of the Government School in Rajajinagar, Bangalore
Pratap, an 18-year-old who lives with his family in Hoskote, Bangalore, suffered from epileptic fits since the time he was two years old, a condition that affected his vision
Krishna, who is a 13-year-old boy studying in the ninth standard, had a difficult start in life
Hemalatha, an eighth standard student from the Peenya in Bangalore, was struck by typhoid when she was just three days old
Anjaneya, a cheerful and energetic 14-year-old of Hegdenagar, Bangalore, is the child of labourers who earn daily wages and can barely manage to make ends meet
In a novel initiative aimed at liberating the visually impaired children from a feeling of inferiority
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