A Right Disabled

Bhanu is a mentally challenged boy. He gives company to a boy of a working mother. She is planning to take the boy to a Rehabilitation centre. But, Bhanu suddenly leaves his job at his father's order causing much pain to the family.
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Ramdeen, the Apprentice

Ramdeen spent several months at the garage learning the ins and outs of a motor mechanic. He quickly acquired the basics of repairing a car, but no money ever came. As the days passed, he was forced to collect discarded beer bottles from the drains. He sold these to the wholesaler, giving him a little money. He did not leave his job but hoped one day, one Friday, the owner would hand him a brown envelope with a few dollars.
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A Sabjiwali

Masi called me, and asked for coming another day to hear the story of her son, aged sixteen only. The boy asked Rs. 30 from her, and she refused, and the boy killed himself by consuming a bottle of pesticides, which she kept hidden in a corner of the room wrapped with paper. And today was the twentieth day of her boy’s death!
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Yesterday I went to Galakata and met there Mustafijur, a graduate shopkeeper of the village. I took no interest in him at first. He is an ordinary college pass out jobless youth like thousands of others I know and find…

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