Ruma, who runs the Noida Deaf Society, and a waitress
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Indian coffee shop with hearing and speech impaired staff

A coffee shop in New Delhi with a rather interesting twist has opened recently.

All the waiters, waitresses and order-takers are hearing and speech impaired.

In order to make their orders understood, most customers communicate through a broken form of sign language.

BBC Hindi's Saima Iqbal reports from New Delhi.

  • 29 May 2012