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Murad Ali said that he was trying to establish differently persons on the basis of their abilities.
Since the overall recruitment process was taking time, a separate process for differently abled persons was started and now their interviews have almost been done,' he told them.
When a person is differently abled, society tends to view them through stereotypes and prejudices, which often results in discrimination against them.
Although it has taken a long time, and many struggles, I now recognise that dyslexia can be a gift - allowing us to see the world differently, think differently, do things that others can't.
In "An Invitation to Think and Feel Differently in the New Millennium", Bury presents his hope for the world and provides a path to achieve this goal.
The survey asked hundreds of entrepreneurs about their business outlook and what they would do differently, if they had the chance to start over.
She said: "People treating you differently when you don't feel any differently is really alienating.
Women respond differently from men to many medications, from aspirin to anaesthetics.
As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, Lemon Tree Hotels prides itself on its commitment to provide employment to those who are differently abled.
The program is called WALDO, or We All Learn Differently Olympics.
3 -- Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today ordered an increase in marriage assistance to differently abled people from Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000.
Travel Business Review-8 June 2010-Hadrian Travel Launches See India Differently Website(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
In other aspects, the intake layer and shaping layer can have differently configured absorbent capacities, differently configured densities, differently configured basis weights and/or differently configured sizes which are selectively arranged to provide desired combinations of liquid intake rate, absorbent retention capacity, shape maintenance and aesthetics.
Michael Lincoln, 21, a security guard from North Ormesby: "No, I haven't done anything differently but I'm actually full of cold at the moment.