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Ability is in the mind This, and only this, runs in your mind listening to a clutch of visually impaired and partially blind first time trekkers relating their experience from a recent expedition to a pass in Uttarkashi... Achievements, General 30/Oct/2014
Blind sailors eye the Mediterranean Blind sailors eye the Mediterranean Standing at the helm of a three-masted schooner, Alina Koralewska is having no trouble at all staying the course to Barcelona despite being able to see neither... Achievements 28/Oct/2014
Nepal wins 1st International Blind Women Cricket Tournament Nepal wins 1st International Blind Women Cricket Tournament Nepal’s visually impaired (VI) women’s cricket team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match International Blind Women Cricket... Adventure and Sports 28/Oct/2014
Disabled struggle sans e-booking At a time when millions across the nation are resorting to booking tickets online, people with disability still have to follow the old procedure of buying it in booking counters at railway stations... General 27/Oct/2014
GUV PATIL VISITS BLIND INSTITUTE, PRESENTED CANDLES BY CHILDREN The students of Blind Institute, Sector 26 here on Monday presented designer candles to Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Shivraj Patil at Punjab Raj Bhavan for the occasion of Diwali. Interacting... General, Education and Employment 22/Oct/2014
Visually impaired back 20mph limit REDUCING speed, banning cars from the pavements and overhauling the shared space crossing are among concerns for visually impaired people navigating Commercial Road. Yesterday it emerged that a... Product and Technology 22/Oct/2014
DiwaliFor All: Visually impaired children make lamps, candles to spread light this Diwali Ahead of Diwali, visually impaired children in Varanasi and Guwahati have learnt the craft of making lamps and candles to showcase their capabilities and achievements in order to bring cheer to their... General 22/Oct/2014
Nepal, UK set for visually impaired women’s cricket KATHMANDU, OCT 22 - Nepal, who claim to have formed the first visually impaired women’s cricket team in the world, is set to play the United Kingdom in the Best of  Three Twenty20 cricket series here... Achievements, Adventure and Sports 22/Oct/2014
Visually Impaired teen in WC Squad Ranchi: With his heavy bat and signature helicopter shot, Mahendra Singh Dhoni gives sleepless nights to many bowlers in world cricket. But a 15-years-old Ranchi lad claimed the Indian captain will... General, Adventure and Sports 21/Oct/2014
VISUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN PRESENT ORCHESTRA ON CM’S B’DAY Chief Minister Raman Singh celebrated the ‘International White Cane Day’ and his birthday with visually-impaired children of the State at his residence on Wednesday. The visually-impaired children... General, Education and Employment 16/Oct/2014

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