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So someone may see rainbow Major Amarjeet Batth (retd) I once attended a seminar on eye donation, where speakers extolled the virtues of being an eye donor. Though it did not move me enough to take any decision, the idea got... General 17/Oct/2019
Doctors talk on visual impairment Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 11 World Sight Day was observed by the College of Nursing, Christian Medical College and Hospital, at Evergreen High School, Jamalpur Awana. The theme of the... General 17/Oct/2019
At IIT Delhi conference, technological solutions for disabled At IIT Delhi conference, technological solutions for disabled Organised in partnership with Microsoft India at IIT Delhi Techno Park in Sonipat, the three-day conference began on Tuesday and had... General, Product and Technology 17/Oct/2019
Telling Numbers: Blindness and visual impairment in India, district by district The report found that the prevalence of blindness is highest among those who are at least 80 years old (11.6%). The National Blindness & Visual Impairment Survey India 2015-2019, released last... General 16/Oct/2019
ID cards, voter slips in Braille for blind Tribune News Service   Chandigarh, October 15 Identity cards and photo voter slips had been printed in Braille for the convenience of visually impaired persons in the state, said Chief Electoral... General 16/Oct/2019
Visually challenged share their travails KOCHI:  Walking by the road or crossing it is a huge task for Yeldo K Abraham who is visually challenged. He might have the iconic white cane with the red band in his hand. But it doesn’t protect him... General 16/Oct/2019
Never be defeated, Never give up’, says first visually challenged woman IAS officer Pranjal Patil “Never be defeated, Never give up”, said Pranjal Patil, the country’s first visually challenged woman IAS officer, as she assumed charge as the Sub Collector of Thiruvananthapuram here on Monday... General 15/Oct/2019
Pranjal Patil, first visually challenged woman IAS officer, takes over as Sub-Collector of Thiruvananthapuram Thiruvananthapuram: Pranjal Patil, India's first visually challenged woman IAS officer on Monday took charge as Sub-Collector of Thiruvananthapuram. A warm reception was arranged to welcome her as... General 15/Oct/2019
No challenge too big for India’s community of runners with visual impairment Learn what running with vision impairment is like, and what inspires these marathoners to take it up A 116 half marathons, 67 10Ks, five ultra marathons, and one intercity marathon. These are the... General 15/Oct/2019
Microsoft, IIT Delhi to hold conference to make accessible assistive tech for people with disabilities Microsoft India is partnering with the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi to host the second edition of Empower, a conference that will bring together researchers, technologists and policy makers... General 14/Oct/2019


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