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Wed, 06/22/2016 - 10:36 -- geeta.nair

A “sea of humanity” came together in the national Capital on Tuesday to make the second International Yoga Day a great success. While foreigners and diplomats practiced yoga at various locations in the city, a group of blind children from Karnataka showcased yoga and wowed the audience.

Tamil Nadu HSC results: Blind girl scored 1,167 out of 1,200 in Erode

Tue, 05/24/2016 - 10:28 -- geeta.nair

COIMBATORE: Braving odds, a blind students from Erode emerge with flying colour in the Plus Two pulic examination, the result of which was released on Tuesday. R Gokila Priya from Kumutha Matric Higher Secondary School in Nambiyur, Erode had scored 1,167 out of the total 1,200 in the Plus Two public examination and managed to secure top rank among blind students.

National IT contest for youth with disabilities

Tue, 05/24/2016 - 10:20 -- geeta.nair

CHENNAI: This year the Global IT Challenge (GITC) for Youth with Disabilities will be held during 21st – 25th November, 2016 in Yagzhou, Jiangsu, China. The event is meant for four categories of disabilities – visual impairment, hearing impairment, physical impairment (locomotor) and intellectual/development disorder for people within 13-19 years. One youth with disability from each of the above categories will be nominated to participate in the GITC 2016 in China.

School for the blind shows the way: Topper Kavita secures 90 per cent -

Mon, 05/23/2016 - 12:30 -- geeta.nair

Appearing for CBSE Class XII exams, students of the Institute for the Blind in Sector 26 passed with flying colours. Kavita Rani bagged the first position with 90 per cent marks. For Kavita, a resident of Ahmednagar in Sangrur district who stayed in a hostel to prepare for her board exams, the result came as a pleasant surprise. The institute that was earlier affiliated to the Punjab School Education Board had switched to CBSE in the last academic session.


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