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Breaking the Barrier From the age of two, I had a childhood passion to join Indian army and serve my mother land, India, but this was shattered when I started losing my eye-sight from the age of seven due to macular... General, Product and Technology 22/Jul/2016
Avoiding stumbles, from spacewalks to sidewalks Vibrating footwear could help astronauts and visually impaired earthlings skirt obstacles.   Video of astronauts tripping over moon rocks can make for entertaining Internet viewing, but falls... General, Product and Technology 22/Jul/2016
Visually-impaired students visualise birds from their sounds As many as 30 visually-impaired students from a city school were taken on a nature walk to a delightful experience of envisioning birds through their distinctive sounds. The children of Ranga Rao... General, Adventure and Sports 22/Jul/2016
ALL INT’L AIRPORTS SOON TO BE DISABLED-FRIENDLY Lagging behind its scheduled deadline, the Union Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment has finally made the move to fast-track the process of making all the 22 international airports in the... Accessibility, General, Policy News 19/Jul/2016
MINISTER: WIND UP SCHEMES NOT WORKING PROPERLY Wind up schemes not working properly. Chalk out schemes which are in the interest of students. This was stated by Minister of State for Technical Education (Independent Charge), Deepak Joshi at a... Accessibility, General, Policy News 19/Jul/2016
Friendly structures for disabled in State by year-end BHUBANESWAR: The first phase of making buildings and public places accessible to the physically challenged is expected to commence by September-end. The Department of Social Security and Empowerment... General, Policy News 19/Jul/2016
Seven-year-old Stars at TECH FOSS 2k16 THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three robotic models by a seven-year-old student attracted visitors amid a series of interesting experimental works by engineering and science graduates on display at the TECH... General, Product and Technology, Education and Employment 18/Jul/2016
She flew to the UN on a wing and a prayer Email0       Ask Swarnalakshmi  Ravi about any administrative term and she will recite it like a prayer. A visually impaired girl, who paved her way to the UN assembly twice... General, Education and Employment 18/Jul/2016
Kids with disability turn torch bearers in the city CHENNAI: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium saw a hustle of activity as the track was prepared for an athletic event. As each group of participants walked by holding hands, led by a teacher, it was clear that... Accessibility, General 18/Jul/2016
Orchestra in Thailand is made up entirely of blind musicians n Thailand, some Buddhists view physical or intellectual disability as punishment manifested for wrongdoing in a past life. The Thai Blind Orchestra, made up of children as young as 9, hopes to help... General, Product and Technology 15/Jul/2016


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