Dr Satendra Singh is a medical doctor at the University College of Medical Sciences and Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital, Delhi. A physiologist by profession, he contracted poliomyelitis at the age of 9 months but went on to complete MBBS, MD Physiology. He is the first ever Indian to win the prestigious Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards given to extraordinary leaders in global disability community. He is a noted disability activist especially for his sustained efforts in making public places accessible for disabled persons.
Aaman Trikha – An engineer whose voice shook the nation
Anoop Khanna – Dadi ki Rasoi
Aarefa Johari – Standing up against her own community
Major D.P. Singh – “I’ve just lost a leg, so what?”
Habib Shaikh – A Messiah who treats the underprivileged for free
Insia Dariwala – Mard ko Dard nahi hota? She disagrees!
Meghna Mishra – The voice of The Secret Superstar
Nagesh Gagliya and Saumya Chandra – Two kids saved a boy from drowning
Nagraj Gowda – Messenger of Peace
Rajan Kumar – Charlie Chaplin – II
Rekha Mishra – A woman RPF Sub-Inspector who has rescued hundreds
Salma Memon – The leader creating leaders
Shams Alam Shaikh – A Para-Swimming Champion
Subarna Ghosh – A voice questioning the practice of C sections