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Picture books for the visually-impaired get a 3D boost “Goodnight room. Goodnight moon. Goodnight cow jumping over the moon. Goodnight light, and the red balloon...” Remember the classic children’s book where a bunny says good night to everything around... Accessibility, General, Science & technology, Product and Technology, Education and Employment 29/Sep/2014
Blind candidate wants to end drought in Ajit Pawar's constituency   Chandrakant Manik Kadam (45) filed his nomination as an independent candidate from the erstwhile deputy CM’s constituency; he holds the Pawar family responsible for the prolonged drought in 22... Achievements, General 29/Sep/2014
90% differently-abled people are unemployed: CII -A whopping 90 per cent of the specially abled people, who comprise 2.32 per cent of the total population, are unemployed, says the industry body Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). During a... General, Education and Employment 24/Sep/2014
The Most Helpful iOS 8 Features for the Visually Impaired and Hard of Hearing On Wednesday, Apple released iOS 8, a brand-new operating system chock-full of both well known and hidden shortcuts that will likely make your life easier. But beyond the camera’s new time-lapse... Accessibility, General, Science & technology, Product and Technology 24/Sep/2014
National Convention on Inclusive Education of Children with Special Needs Held The National Convention on Inclusive Education for Children with Special Needs/disabilities was held in New Delhi today. The Convention focused on evolving strategies that will further the right of... General 24/Sep/2014
Nostalgia sets in as time runs out for India’s beloved watch India’s first indigenous manufacturer of timepieces, the state-owned HMT Watches, will soon wind down, its nostalgic appeal swamped by mounting losses and fierce competition. At its peak, in the... General 16/Sep/2014
Court reverses undue transfer of blind professor A vindictive transfer of a 100% visually impaired professor of English, from a college close to his home to one 18km away by the Puducherry higher education department, was flayed by the... General, Education and Employment 16/Sep/2014
Narayana students win CBSE national science exhibition Nagpur: An innovative project by two Std IX students of Narayana Vidyalayam won the 'best project' award at the national level CBSE Science Exhibition 2013-14. Aditya Bhopale and Kartikeya Rehpade... General 16/Sep/2014
Delegation of Visually Impaired Children from National Association for Blind Meets Vice President A delegation of visually impaired children of National Association for the Blind, New Delhi along with the office bearers of the Associationmet the Vice President of IndiaShri M. Hamid Ansari here... General 16/Sep/2014
Visually impaired kids can learn astronomy -It has been noted that visually impaired students fail to understand geography chapters based on astronomy in schools.So Dr Kalpana Kharade, associate professor and Hema Peese, assistant professor... Accessibility, Science & technology, Education and Employment 16/Sep/2014

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