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Govt announces new initiatives to manage non-communicable diseases Scheme to detect and follow up diabetic retinopathy launched The government, on World Diabetes Day, has announced new initiatives to streamline the management of non-communicable diseases in the... General 22/Nov/2017
Treating 2 Lakh Eyes in a Year! Here’s How India Makes It Happen. The old lady is smiling broadly, although one eye is bandaged. She’s excited about going home. “I work every day, weeding fields and picking fruits. I must be able to see to keep working. I was so... General 21/Nov/2017
Treating 2 Lakh Eyes in a Year! Here’s How India Makes It Happen. The old lady is smiling broadly, although one eye is bandaged. She’s excited about going home. “I work every day, weeding fields and picking fruits. I must be able to see to keep working. I was so... General 21/Nov/2017
Unfazed by pellet blindness, Insha takes her Class 10 exams InshaMushtaq, the teenage girl completely blinded by pellets fired by government forces during the 2016 uprising in Kashmir, is currently taking her class 10 examination, asserting that she would not... General 21/Nov/2017
Blind hawkers face tough times The ban on hawkers near railway stations has hit at least 1,000 families whose their bread winner is visually impaired. There are at least 1,000 blind hawkers who sell either stationery or daily... General 20/Nov/2017
Garo Hills Footballer Awaits to Represent India at World Cup for Blind A footballer from Meghalaya’s South West Garo Hills is set to present the country at the Football World Cup for the blind next year. Killing D Marak, 24, a resident of Rongsepgre near Ampati is a... Achievements 20/Nov/2017
Blind veterans find their way in a dark world BILOXI, Miss. — Keith Bynum, a blind Army veteran, lives by this rule: Life is not over just because you can’t see. “You’ve got to have a positive mind to keep yourself going,” said the 55-year-old.... General 20/Nov/2017
Visually-challenged Indian woman says she was locked up in Munich airport lounge Visually challenged gender activist Nidhi Goyal has blamed global airline major Lufthansa of insensitivity and apathy, alleging that she was “locked up” inside the passenger carrier’s disability... General 17/Nov/2017
How one woman chose to be the eyes of visually impaired children Vanessa Bahati’s last born son was born with visual impairment. After visiting several hospitals in Europe and locally, the results were negative. The reality that her son would never be able to see... General 16/Nov/2017
A special date with the President Unique visit for visually impaired children A group of students of the Nalgonda School for the Blind called on President Ram Nath Kovind at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday, celebrating Children’s... General 16/Nov/2017

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