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Human eye’s blind spot can shrink with training The blind spot of the human eye can be shrunk with certain eye-training exercises, thus improving a person’s vision slightly, a new study has found. The human eye includes an unavoidable blind spot.... General, Medical 02/Sep/2015
Menstrual kit for the visually impaired It was during her stay in Udaipur while doing her internship in 2011 when Sadhvi Thukral realised how, adhering to age-old traditions, many families still prohibited women from entering the kitchen... General 01/Sep/2015
Device to aid visually impaired find right bus The Social Welfare Department has proposed to introduce an alert system in Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) buses to make travel easy for visually impaired persons. Minister for Social... General, Product and Technology 01/Sep/2015
Reaching out to the visually challenged A voluntary group for providing reading and scribe services gathered for its inaugural meeting at the District Central Library on Sunday vowing to reach out to visually challenged students in the... General, Education and Employment 31/Aug/2015
Goals in Their Sights On a balmy August evening, a game of football is about to begin at the astroturf of the Regional Sports Centre in Kochi. Twelve boys are lined up on one side of the ground. Malaysian Loo Wai Keong,... General, Adventure and Sports 31/Aug/2015
Foundation Seeks Quiet Achievers CHAMARAJPET:A foundation named after a little village in central Karnataka is now active in the city. Hoovinahole Pratishtana recently honoured Saalumarada Thimmakka, Karnataka’s ‘woman of the avenue... Achievements, General 26/Aug/2015
They Dribble, Score Goals with Inner Vision: Blind Football KOCHI:Players of the Indian Blind Football Team fought with the same intensity as that of professional football teams in the exhibition match held at the Regional Sports Centre here on Tuesday. Each... General, Adventure and Sports 26/Aug/2015
Blind Nightingale Soars With the Help of Social Media QUEEN'S ROAD: A video featuring Tumpa Kumari  singing the popular Hindi song, ‘Sun Raha Hai Na Tu,’ went viral last month and lakhs of people watched and heard this  mellifluous rendition in wonder.... Achievements, General 26/Aug/2015
Despite Campaigns, Cases of Blindness Rising in City HYDERABAD: In spite of various campaigns and awareness initiatives taken by the health administration, the number of people suffering from blindness is rising in Hyderabad and more than 6,000 people... General, Policy News, Medical 26/Aug/2015
Cornea intact, sight impaired pledges eye LUCKNOW: The longing for light emanates from the most profound darkness. Turning this proverb true, a student from Shakuntala Mishra National Rehabilitation University has shown the way to fight... Achievements, General, Medical 25/Aug/2015

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