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BBC: And RampMyCity is featured on BBC News! On the stroke of Republic Day, audience from around the world is witnessing how we are building the #New and #Inclusive India 🙂🙌

CNN: Prateek Khandelwal is breaking social barriers and solving challenges of accessibility for the differently-abled through his ‘Ramp My City’ initiative.

Oct 30, 2022

Bangalore Mirror: In a bid to make public spaces accessible to the specially abled, Prateek Khandelwal, a wheelchair-bound man, collaborated with Bangalore City police, elected representatives and corporates to install ramps in over 17 police stations in the city.

Mar 20, 2023

The Hindu: RampMyCity, a startup making cities more able for the disabled. RampMyCity now has made mainstream places of public usage like workplaces, residential societies, schools, colleges, public parks etc. disabled friendly.

November 11, 2022

Indian Express: Prateek Khandelwal started the #RampMyCity campaign in Bengaluru last December after he found out that places that serve food did not cater to the differently-abled.

April 27, 2018

The Times of India: Come September-end and eight popular spots on Church Street like Amoeba Bowling Alley, restaurants in Barton Centre and pizza joints will be revamped to have entrances and seating that will be accessible to Persons with Disability (PwD) and the elderly.

Sep 26, 2021

Jaipur News: व्हीलचेयर का उपयोग करने वाले निशक्तजन आसानी से सार्वजनिक स्थानों पर आसानी से जा सकें। इसके लिए शारीरिक रूप से अक्षम प्रतीक खंडेलवाल रैम्प माई सिटी अभियान चलाकर होटल और रेस्टोरेंट सहित अन्य सार्वजनिक स्थानों को व्हीलचेयर फ्रेंडली बना रहे हैं।

Feb 19, 2020

MoneyControl: This entrepreneur turned his own disability into a change vehicle for specially-abled people. His crusade is making everyday life easier for the differently-abled and sensitising able-bodied persons.

Logical Indian: RampMyCity has made over 300 public areas like workplaces, residential complexes, schools, colleges, and public parks among others, accessible to the differently abled.

Nov 15, 2022

Hans India: A start-up named “RampMyCity” was established by businessman Prateek Khandelwal in Bengaluru in 2018 to assist those who are physically disabled in participating in and making contributions to the nation’s social, cultural, recreational, and economic life.

Nov 17, 2022

Channel IAM: In India, social life is not easy for the disabled. Many public places are not accessible to them as the concept of inclusivity is still a novel concept in the nation. The Bengaluru-based startup RampMyCity started by Prateek Khandelwal, who suffered paraplegia due to a spinal cord injury in 2014, attempts the fill this gap.

Feb 19, 2023

Newshook: In ‘My Take’ this week, Bengaluru-based Prateek Khandelwal, founder of ‘Ramp my City’ and ‘I Break the Barrier’ talks about the need to promote accessibility and inclusion. Prateek met with an accident a few years back after which he started using a wheelchair.

October 27, 2020

Whats Hot: Hoping to make Church Street one of the wheelchair-friendly streets in the country while turning it into an accessible spot for Persons with Disability, a Bangalore-based entrepreneur and his startup are all set to make establishments in the hood disabled-friendly!

Sep 27, 2021

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