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National Federation of Blind seeks 3% job reservation Tribune News Service   Shimla, June 20 The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) has urged the state government to implement its long-pending demands, including 3 per cent job reservation, backlog... General 25/Jun/2019
How Chess Helps At-Risk Kids How useful is learning and playing chess for kids, particularly at-risk children? A lot, according to professors of education and nursing, probation officers, counselors, prosecuting lawyers, school... General 24/Jun/2019
Does parenting change with changing eyesight? - Guest column by Vineet Saraiwala Our guest columnist this week, Vineet Saraiwala, who leads inclusion at Big Bazaar and is an avid marathoner, talks about the valuable role his father has played in shaping his journey In most Indian... General 19/Jun/2019
Road Safety and Mobility Training by NAB Delhi - Newz Hook article Traveling independently is a major challenge that people with vision impairments face in India. There are many assistive devices available today to help overcome this. The National Association for... General 19/Jun/2019
Sustainable, eco-friendly vocational training for disabled adults, the Aarambh way Trupti Patil’s Aarambh Special School aims to provide sustainable and eco-friendly vocational training for adults with disabilities in and around Pune. For Trupti Patil, who worked along with... General 19/Jun/2019
UK petition urges Sajid Javid to grant visas to blind Indian musicians Prem Bhagavan Nagaraju, 25, and Jyothi Kalaiselvi, 19, were scheduled to travel to the UK with a group of people from the disability organisation Devasitham Charitable Foundation based in Chennai.... General 18/Jun/2019
UN Launches New Disability Inclusion Strategy UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, launched a new UN Disability Inclusion Strategy yesterday, June 12, during the 12th Session of the annual Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention of... General 17/Jun/2019
Visually-impaired musical band shows there is ‘Light After Dark’ Shillong: A troupe of visually impaired musicians is hitting the right notes in this hill state, with night club owners and event managers lining up to hire them, more so after the state election... General 17/Jun/2019
Govt websites make magnifying moves for visually challenged The Haryana Government is revamping its websites for visually challenged persons with the facility to magnify text up to 200 per cent, screen readers, text alternative of images and colour contrast... General 14/Jun/2019
DU Admissions 2019: Disabled candidates in a fix over certificate for quota Candidates seeking admission to Delhi University (DU) under the disability quota are in a fix as from this year the University will accept disability certificate only from certain notified government... General 14/Jun/2019


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