Team Inclov

Inclov is a matchmaking platform for people with disabilities to make friends and find love.

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It was a regular day in my office. I was having lunch with my female colleagues and we were discussing casually about food preferences of males and females. Suddenly, the conversation changed and unex

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When the Valentine’s Day is round the corner and you are a single writer with the mellow heart of a romantic person; all you can think of is about love and relationship, those epic Bollywood movies an

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India has a population of more than 100 million people with disabilities and yet social isolation and lack of inclusion remains a major issue for the differently-abled community. We need to become a m

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It was two summers ago. I was occupied in packing for my impending vacations in USA. It was 7 o’clock in the evening when I got his call saying, “After you come back, we will meet and finalize every

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Lack of accessible restaurants can make it even more challenging to plan your perfect date! Instead of using official and paid reviews, we went ahead and asked the Inclov community of differently-able

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In time, I realized each marriage, each disability and each couple faces different challenge. If you think you love each other and that should be it! It’s never the case, really!

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“He goes into this somber, detached mood and disconnects himself from everything and there is not much I can do then”.

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Ability, perseverance and courage defines the abilities of the human spirit and not just the human body. Disability is a matter of perception, and can be skewed in its understanding. Sometimes, the wo

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“Everyone wants a fairytale, but the reality is what sinks the ship!” If you have been surfing online any app exclusively designed for people with disabilities looking for a perfect match, you should

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“A premature birth rendered me in the condition that I will face for the rest of my life. But, the pain of being denied the chance to study in a normal school when I was about to enter 6th grade."