Ludhiana, September 5
The resounding ovation of visually impared students sent a message across the frontiers that a mentor needs a will to spearhead despite impairment.
The roaring applause left everyone awestruck as their teacher Maya Rani (51) visually impaired teacher was honoured at the Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Centre (VRTC) on Teacher’s Day.
22 year Hina Rathi just cleared her preliminary exams for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Hina is 100% blind, but has ensured that her disability is never a hindrance in her path towards success!
Clearing the prelims of the UPSC exams can be a herculean task to many. Hina’s story is all about hard-work, determination and passion to chase her dreams.
The Indian blind cricket team will take part in a bilateral series against Sri Lanka. The series will consist of three one-day matches and five T20 games and will start from 15 July in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The matches between July 15 and 17 July will be played at Burgher Recreation Club in Colombo.thses will be the ODI matches the India and Sri Lanka Blind Cricket teams.
Three T20 matches on 19 July, 20 July and 23 July are to be held at the Air Force Ground and two T20 matches on July 24 at Burgher Recreation Club.
Aryan Joshi Aryan Joshi from Dombivli secured 86.60% in SSC examinations
Amidst cheer and celebration, 40 blind students were felicitated. Parents and friends clapped for them and were in tears when 40 successful students were felicitated at National Association for the Blind (NAB), Worli.
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LAHORE: A visually impaired lawyer from Lahore in Punjab province today became Pakistan's first blind judge as he took oath of office, according to a media report.
Yousaf Saleem was first denied the position despite being a topper but was reconsidered and recommended for the position of civil judge after intervention by Pakistan's Chief Justice Saqib Nisar last month, Geo TV reported.
Visually impaired Santosh Kumar Moharana has been selected to get the prestigious ‘Shambhavi Puraskar-2018’. He will receive a citation and cash award of Rs 2.5 lakh from Odisha Skill Development Authority (OSDA) Chairman Subroto Bagchi on April 21.
Moharana has played a transformational role in the upliftment of differently abled persons by bringing them to the mainstream in Paralakhemundi in Gajapati district by setting up his organisation 'Samarth' in 2007.
KUALA LUMPUR: Have you ever wondered what a colourful work of art looks like to a visually impaired person?
For blind craftsman Omar Ali, his disability is a constant reminder that life is beautiful in spite of a person’s hardships and struggles.
Even though he doesn’t see them, the spectrum of colours has changed his life for the better.
Omar, 52, raises a family of seven by making colourful rattan tudung saji, or food covers, at his home in Ulu Melaka, Langkawi.
It was a car rally like no other, as visually impaired participants turned navigators and guided drivers with normal vision through rough terrain spanning 47 kilometres. The idea was to send out a message that disability is no bar to taking up any pursuit and breaking new grounds.
While the rally sought to raise general awareness on the importance of adhering to traffic rules, it also presented visually impaired people with an opportunity to overcome their disabilities and showcase their road navigating skills.