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App to connect you with the blind App to connect you with the blind A Danish team has developed a new iPhone app that lets sighted people help the visually challenged whenever they need it. Called Be My Eyes, the app connects the... General, Product and Technology 21/Jan/2015
No law in place to address issues of disabled persons ISLAMABAD: Punjab that celebrated International Disability Day by beating the protesting blind persons in Lahore has the smallest number of disabled population whereas the terrorist-hit Khyber-... General, Policy News 16/Jan/2015
DISABLED QUOTA: PUNJAB TO FILL 274 POSTS The Punjab Government on Tuesday agreed to fill all 274 vacant posts reserved for differently-abled persons in three corporations of Amritsar, Jalandhar and Ludhiana as demanded by members of... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 14/Jan/2015
DU ELIMINATES BLIND SPOT AS IT DEVELOPS MATH KITS FOR THE SIGHTLESS To make solving numerical problems less taxing for visually-impaired students, Delhi University (DU) is developing specialised mathematical kits, which will make it much easier for them to study the... General, Product and Technology, Education and Employment 12/Jan/2015
9TH BLIND CHALLENGE CAR RALLY 2015 CONDUCTED Arushi, in association with, Sahayog Microfinance, Indian Oil, Mittal Institute of Technology, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya and MP Tourism organised, “The 9th Blind Challenge Car Rally... General, Adventure and Sports 12/Jan/2015
50K STUDENTS RUN IN SALWAN MARATHON Delhi came alive with high energy and sound of excitement on Sunday morning as youngsters from various age groups, filled with joy and enthusiasm participated in the world's largest race for school... General, Adventure and Sports 08/Jan/2015
BRAILLE BIRTHDAY HELD AT BANPUR Braille system of writing inventor Louis Braille’s 206th birth anniversary was celebrated by blind students at Nehru Seva Sangh here on Sunday. Vice-president of Sangh Prof Rankanath Hota presided.... General, Product and Technology 06/Jan/2015
CENTRE NO MORE BLIND TO VISUALLY IMPAIRED, FUNDS BOOKS IN BRAILLE After several decades of neglecting the Braille presses across India, the Centre has finally woken up to the plight of the 12 million visually challenged people. The Government on Monday announced a... General, Product and Technology, Education and Employment 06/Jan/2015
Most disabled kids in CBSE exam from Delhi NEW DELHI: The largest number of disabled candidates appearing for classes X and XII evaluation under Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is from Delhi. The state-wise count of students with... General, Education and Employment 05/Jan/2015
A great aid for the visually challenged goes unnoticed The Braille version of maps of India, produced by the National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation. The country’s foremost map producing organisation, NATMO, started producing Braille maps a... General, Product and Technology 05/Jan/2015


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