Editor
Tuesday 06 December at 07:00

In a country, India, where people with a disability have only recently been recognised, the success story of one young person with a disability is encouraging. 24-year-old Sophia M Joe was born with hearing and speech disability. None of these could, however, stop her from reaching the heights of success.
Sophia is today a celebrated model and an athlete. She is a three time national

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Editor
Monday 05 December

The foundation - run by the Liverpool midfielder - had helped to send Claire and her team to the Deaf World Cup last year with a £5,000 donation - thus hitting the £30,000 target - thanks to a social media campaign run by Claire.
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