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HC seeks RBI reply on plea by the blind The Bombay High Court has asked the Reserve Bank of India to file within six weeks its response to a public interest litigation (PIL) petition highlighting the difficulty faced by blind persons in... General 07/Dec/2016
A walk to support cricket for the visually impaired Bengaluru: Come Saturday, around 15,000 people will walk for 3.5km to support sports talents with visual impairment. In the run-up to the second T-20 World Cup Cricket for the Blind, slated to be... General, Adventure and Sports 07/Dec/2016
International Day of Persons with Disabilities: PM Modi Salutes the Spirit of 'Divyangs' New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hailed the determination of the disabled people on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. "I salute determination of our Divyang... General 05/Dec/2016
Sfa Club Unites Visually Impaired for Holiday Season SFA’s Braille and Cane Club will host its seventh annual Christmas party from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday in the BPSC Regents Suite B. “We refer to the event as the Braille and Cane Club Christmas... General 02/Dec/2016
NERUDA’S POEMS IN BENGALI BRAILLE The Embassy of Chile in India, Instituto Cervantes in New Delhi and Blind Persons’ Association of Kolkata are going to present “Ode to Things”, containing selected poems of the Chilean Nobel Prize... General 01/Dec/2016
City releases dignity anthem BENGALURU: People often fail to see the  differently abled as equals, with a right to a life with dignity. What better way to communicate this to them, than with a triumphant song? The famous... General 28/Nov/2016
They overcome their limitations to help others “I may not be able to fly an aircraft, but I can certainly find my way home,” says Pratik Rajiv Jindal, who has not let his visual impairment deter him from dreaming big.  He is one of the recipients... General, Education and Employment 28/Nov/2016
Disability will be loved, the change will come’ International accessibility leader Haben Girma talks about innovation, tech and laws in disability.Being the first deaf-blind graduate from Harvard Law School, she believes that disability is an... General, Education and Employment 28/Nov/2016
Festival lends a helping hand to the visually impaired PANAJI: The 47th edition of the international film festival of India (Iffi) has become the first film festival in India to screen movies for the visually impaired. Through the joint collaboration... General 25/Nov/2016
Skill India fails women with disabilities in Odisha BHUBANESWAR: Odisha is home to over five lakh women with disabilities but only around 10 per cent of them are skilled and employed. Even as both the State and Central Governments are implementing... General 25/Nov/2016


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