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New edition of Odia calendar in Braille ready for the new year New edition of Odia calendar in Braille ready for the new year The calendar and almanac being printed for free and will be distributed free The New Year holds new cheer for the visually... General, Product and Technology 16/Dec/2014
VISUALLY IMPAIRED GIRLS TO GET SELF-DEFENCE TRAINING VISUALLY IMPAIRED GIRLS TO GET SELF-DEFENCE TRAINING For the first time in the State, police would train visually impaired girls towards self-defence in a 10-day camp scheduled from Tuesday. This... General, Education and Employment 16/Dec/2014
SBP directs banks to install talking ATMs for blind citizens KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has said commercial and microfinance bank to install a talking ATM in a particular area to facilitate visually challenged persons. The central bank said that... Product and Technology 09/Dec/2014
Visually impaired protesters: HRCP flays police violence LAHORE: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has condemned the police violence against the visually impaired protesters and said the violent action again exposed the savagery of the baton-... General, Policy News 05/Dec/2014
Yoga for differently abled makes the difference More than 100 differently-abled children proved yoga as a tool to overcome their disability and increase their confidence levels.“We are not taking yoga classes as one of the exercise being taught in... General, Medical 05/Dec/2014
Row over DU economics paper for visually impaired Row over DU economics paper for visually impairedNEW DELHI: In yet another examination gaffe at Delhi University, the microeconomics paper, specially set for visually-impaired first-year BCom (H)... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 04/Dec/2014
Inching towards success For those who are adept at turning adversity into opportunity, overcoming setbacks is an art. On World Disability Day, being observed on December 3, some physically-challenged persons share their... General, Policy News 03/Dec/2014
RIGHT TO SECRECY A PREDICAMENT FOR VISUALLY CHALLENGED VOTERS Maintaining secrecy of vote seems the biggest hindrance for visually impaired voters of the state. As they are not allowed to cast vote themselves and have to do the same through an assistant, they... General, Policy News 02/Dec/2014
Visually impaired man to get national award Two decades ago, Bhavesh Chandubhai Bhatia lost his vision, and soon after, his 17-year-old job as a hotel manager. The same year, he exhausted his savings on his mother’s treatment for skin cancer.... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 02/Dec/2014
How Richard Bernstein, Michigan's 1st blind Supreme Court justice, says he'll approach job For 15 years, Michigan Supreme Court Justice-elect Richard Bernstein operated the public services division of his father’s law firm with a “military-like precision.” He says he'll bring that... General, Education and Employment 01/Dec/2014

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