June 17, 2011

Indians work miracles on a shoestring

Ben Doherty:

Tileshwar Prasad concentrates fiercely on every step, one foot in front of the other, staring at the wall ahead as he learns how to walk again.

At the end of his careful parade, he is asked how he feels with his new limb, a prosthetic foot built from rubber and wood, and a new knee made of nylon and a handful of bolts.

For the first time in a decade he is able to stand unaided, hands on hips and back straight.

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