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ACTIVISTS TERM TAX CUT ON DIVYANG DEVICES EYEWASH Activists representing people with disabilities (PwD) have termed as eyewash the Government’s move to cut down tax from 18 per cent to 5 per cent on some essential devices for the sector under the... General 22/Jun/2017
Doors of higher secondary education open for visually impaired THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The General Education Department has issued orders giving conditional permission to admit visually impaired students in the state’s higher secondary and vocational higher... General, Education and Employment 21/Jun/2017
She proves impossible is nothing BENGALURU : She guides the students, steering their movements with the sound of her voice and a gentle push with her hand. They take some time to understand the dance movements. But with a lot of... General, Adventure and Sports 21/Jun/2017
Blind children to perform Around 40 visually challenged children from Ranga Rao Memorial School for the Disabled will participate in the mass yoga demonstration on at Mysuru Racecourse on Wednesday. A yoga teacher appointed... General, Medical, Education and Employment 20/Jun/2017
Screening for Cataract Needed There are 450,000 blind and 90,000 visually impaired people at present in the country, said Dr Abbas Azimi, a board member of Iranian Optometric Association (IOA). Cataract is one of the leading... General, Medical 19/Jun/2017
Special children and old age home inmates have a free metro trip There were smiles all around as the Kochi Metro organised a 'special' ride on Sunday, exclusively for special children and the inmates of old-age homes. Nearly 450 students from 43 special schools in... General, Education and Employment 19/Jun/2017
Man with a vision uses tech to empower blind Cheluva, who is visually impaired, undergoes training at the Snehadeep centre in east Bengaluru. Express Photo by Johnson T A PAUL MUDDHA has about an hour before he reports for duty in his regular... General, Education and Employment 19/Jun/2017
Trust shows the visually impaired the path to success Deepa V. Nayak secured 92% in her SSLC exam. For a student with visual-impairment this is a big feat. A student of Ambubai Residential School for Blind Girls, Ms. Deepa spent a considerable amount of... General, Education and Employment 16/Jun/2017
They managed disability to enter IIM Bangalore campus attracts several students living with disabilities The vast campus of the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) will welcome a fresh batch of 400 Postgraduate Programme (... General, Judgments, Science & technology, Product and Technology, Policy News, Medical, Education and Employment 15/Jun/2017
Students of Institute for Blind show their vision Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 4 Visually impaired students of the Institute for Blind in Sector 26 continued the streak of passing with flying colors. All the 12 students of the institute who... General, Education and Employment 15/Jun/2017


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