Surbhi Misra is the first squash player from Rajasthan to win three junior national titles back to back. Overcoming heavy odds, Surbhi has become a force to reckon with on the Indian squash circuit. Surbhi has won accolades in
SAF Games 2006, World Junior Championship 2009 and Asian Senior Championship 2010 .
She became the second woman player from Rajasthan to achieve the distinction of representing the country at an international tournament. This young player has more titles under her belt than her age. What makes her feat remarkable is that Surbhi, through her hard work and dedication, has overcome asthma that afflicted her since infancy. The Jaipur girl has won three national titles and more than 50 other championships a rare achievement for a player from Rajasthan where squash playing and coaching facilities are way behind the time. Surbhi was an important part of the Commonwealth Games 2010.
Gopal Saini a former athlete of India still holds national record in men 3000 meter Steeplechase event established at Tokyo in 1981 with timing of 8.30.88 minutes. He originally hails from Rajasthan. In the year 1981, he was conferred Arjuna Award, which is the highest prestigious award in the field of sport & of course the most desired award for the players, for their achievement. Gopal Saini currently works as Assistant General Manager in the State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur and like a thorough sportsman supporting the cause of education by being a notable witness in the Run for Inclusion.
A group of six boys walked into the Chennai office on the afternoon of Dec 18, 2013. Guess who could be these boys?
They MARCHED in, to RUN with us.
In response to our advertisement on The Run for Inclusion in The Hindu, these school students from a govt. school quite far away from our office wanted to register themselves for the Run. One of these boys distributes newspaper and took notice of our advertisement in The Hindu. He, took permission from his elder brother, visited us along with his friends. Two of them have already participated in a 10 km run earlier and won medals.
Aide et Action is overwhelmed with joy, eyes filled with tears to see the response from these school boys, full of enthusiasm.
In Assam Run for Inclusion - 22.12.2013 @ 8:00 AM - starts from Latasil Plaground ..
Mount Everester Mr.Tarun Saikia to Flag Off the "Run for inclusion" in Guwahati...
The run would start @ 8:00 AM from Latasil Playground and would assemble backat the same venue after cover 5 km via Uzaan Bazar, Chenikuthi, Barowari, Ghy Club, Rabindra Bhavan, Dist. Library, Handique Girls College, Nehru Park, Cotton College, Cotton College Physics Building, Kachari, Circuit House, Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok, and High Court...
Join in and run across the pleasant environment of the Dighalipukhuri in the morning hours and get a chance to meet our heroes....
Usha Banjare, a physically disabled 23 year-old girl, found hope in iLEAD´s Raipur Program. Given her disability, Usha was unable to help her family´s deteriorating finances. Feeling almost helpless, she was encouraged to join the Aide et Action’siLEAD programme and latter on, she was selected for ITeS training. Today, Usha works as a receptionist at Easy Day, a Retail of Bharti Wal-Mart, earning a monthly salary of Rs 4500 with other incentives and Medical Insurance. Apart from being able to support her family, she has now overcome her physical disability, turning into an enthusiastic and confident person.
For Laxmi, every person should have the right to develop professionally. Gender should never be seen as an impediment for one’s own success, not even her own physical disability. Her determination and desire to help her family allowed Laxmi to go beyond her aspirations. When coming to know about iLEAD, she enrolled in the MASTiLEAD Electronics Trade and completed the course successfully. Laxmi was later placed in Galaxy Stabilizer and is now earning a monthly income of Rs 3000.