If Indians want to create a truly inclusive sporting ecosystem in which everyone has an opportunity to participate, we must  start our conversations centered around a rights-based approach. There is no other way around it!



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The 2021 Paralympics

The g-force of Indian Para badminton: Gaurav Khanna
The story of how one person controls India's Para badminton scene. Complete lack of government oversight …
Of the Ekalavyas and Arjunas that make India’s Dronacharyas
I woke up this morning to many missed calls and messages. Players, friends from Indian Paralympics …
Sport Governance Fails: Paralympic India Today
 “Upon withdrawal of recognition the NSF will cease to exercise the functions of the NSF for …
Managing the Medals: A Peek into India’s Paralympic World
“You see, what you promise for the future, is strengthened by what you have done in …
Disorganization of the Organized: The Wheelchair Basketball Story of India
About an year ago, I started publishing the findings from my field research about wheelchair basketball …
Incorrect Facts and Misplaced Perceptions: WBFI’s Response to Another Side of WCBB in India
Wheelchair Basketball Federation of India (WBFI) released a statement on 20th December, 2018.  This official statement …
Wheelchair Basketball in India: An Other Side of the Coin
"Is there another one cropping up?" I say, "No! they are trying to work together" "Thank …
May 11, 2018: Email to PCI; CC: , WBFI, ICRC, secy-sports@nic.in
Below is the email communication sent to (a) Paralympic Committee of India with copies marked to: …
Quotes from all over India
This list of quotes will be a work-in-progress from all conversations I share with Indians who …


Much needed!! Your work and approach is bold and straight. We need more and more people to learn and adapt to the tone you use.

– Sunil Jain, Founder, Indian Wheelchair Tennis Tour

Genuine effort to bring more clarity and capability based progress. Our conversations pointed me to look at disability sports news with more interest and a bagful of salt.

– Anita Iyer Narayan, Founder and Managing Trustee, Ekansh Trust, Pune

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