New Delhi, June 2 -- At an early age, Deepak Kumar contracted polio. After class four, he dropped out as his crutches had broken and his family could not afford another.
Now 25, Kumar uses a wheelchair. He never thought he would be appreciated for his work in a room full of people. Nor did he ever imagine that he will be able to launch a business of his own.
But on Saturday he played a motivating Bollywood number from a multi-functional bluetooth speaker, which he manufactured, and that doubles up as an emergency light and a power bank to charge a mobile phone.
He is one of the around 150 such participants in the city battling disabilities and the odds of life that come along, who were trained in entrepreneurial skills and encouraged to ...