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St. Stephen’s students’ union president is a gardener’s son Probably for the first time in the history of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, a student coming from a Hindi medium background has been elected the president of its students’ union. Rohit Kumar Yadav,... General 25/Aug/2014
UPSC exam: Visually impaired candidates to get 40 minutes extra time per paper -Visually impaired candidates appearing for civil services preliminary examination will get 40 minutes extra time per paper, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) said today."All the visually... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 25/Aug/2014
Visually-challenged minor molested A minor visually-challenged girl was allegedly molested by her landlord's son in Katwaria Saria, South Delhi. A case in this regard has been registered at Vasant Vihar police station. The accused... General 25/Aug/2014
A risky road for blind students in Rohini Students at the All India Confederation of Blinds in Rohini often get knocked by cars while finding their way to the school premises. Drivers backing without warning or looking around had left three... Accessibility, Discrimination, General 18/Aug/2014
Visionless sports policy leaves blind cricketer in dark The feat of specially-abled sportspersons who get international acclaim is extraordinary not just because of the obvious physical challenge but several other great odds, such as... Discrimination, Adventure and Sports 14/Aug/2014
Seven from state selected to play World Cup in Cape Town Seven players from Gujarat have been selected as part of the Indian Cricket team for Blind for the World Cup Tournament 2014 in South Africa to be held in November. Gujarat has the largest... General, Adventure and Sports 12/Aug/2014
‘I don’t have both eyes, but Siddaramaiah does’ As the protest by gazetted probationers of the KPSC 2011 batch intensified on Saturday, 32-year-old Kempahonnaiah showed no signs of fatigue. Selected on his second attempt at the exam, the visually-... Achievements, General 11/Aug/2014
Krish's Dream Fulfilled Director Krish Joshi of Parapancha is elated as he has managed to bring Ravindra Jain, music composer, lyricist and a playback singer, to Sandalwood. Jain, who was born visually impaired, started of... General 11/Aug/2014
No need of eyes for judging everything: Visually impaired Umaria collector Newly-appointed Umaria District Collector Krishna Gopal Tiwari, who is visually impaired, says one does not need eyes to judge everything. For the first time in Madhya Pradesh, a visually impaired... General 11/Aug/2014
Tactile tiles of little use to visually-impaired Tactile tiles, which are virtually the guiding lights for the visually-impaired, are hardly of any use to them in the Capital. Sometimes they end up leading into drains, as outside the power station... Accessibility, General 11/Aug/2014

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