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True grit: Blind student scores 3 As and 2 Bs at A-Levels SINGAPORE — She was only nine when she became blind in her right eye due to glaucoma. Three years ago, following a fainting episode in class, Amanda Chong woke up to a totally dark world, having lost... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 22/May/2015
Two visually impaired girls, S Manimegalai and S Girija from the SCMS Girls Higher Secondary School, Sivakasi, secured State ranks in the differently-abled category. VIRUDHUNAGAR/NAMAKKAL/COIMBATORE: Fifty school dropouts rescued from child labour and placed for formal education by the National Child Labour Project (NCLP) have cleared Class X in three districts... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 22/May/2015
Supreme Court asks Centre and states to monitor help for disabled people Bringing into focus the plight of disabled people, the Supreme Court has issued notices to the Centre and all states on a plea seeking periodic monitoring of implementation of various provisions of... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 21/May/2015
For him, visual impairment no deterrent, Scores 75.2 per cent marks in ICSE Class X results Rahul Bhatia, a visually impaired Class X student of Tender Heart School, Sector 33, here, scored 75.2 per cent marks in the ICSE Class X results. Showing the way to others, Rahul defied his... General, Education and Employment 19/May/2015
For Them, Disability Was Not a Hurdle BENGALURU: Most students who appeared for the second-year pre-university examinations are celebrating their success and here are some ‘special students’ who too excelled despite all odds. According... General, Education and Employment 19/May/2015
Mother's Day: What makes these visually-impaired women supermoms? Three visually-impaired women share their stories about hard-word, sacrifices and diligence that makes them true supermoms An epitome of selfless love and care, a mother will always be special for... Achievements, Discrimination, General 15/May/2015
VISUALLY-IMPAIRED CHINMAYA SCORES 100 MARKS IN MATHS Chinmaya Dhal (15), a visually-impaired boy of village Oliepada under Jajpur district is now the pride of his parents and of the area for getting ‘A’ grade by scoring 553 marks out of 600 in this... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 12/May/2015
More to it than meets the eye? Poona Blind Men’s Association under scanner Almost 24 years after a plot was sanctioned to the Poona Blind Men’s Association (PBMA) for a primary health centre, as well as to build a residential facility for the visually impaired, a notice has... Achievements, General, Policy News 07/May/2015
Visually impaired boy dons role of TV news presenter It was more than a dream come true for 10-year-old visually impaired school student T. Sriramanujam to don the role of a news presenter on television. At 5 p.m. on Friday, the boy became probably the... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 04/May/2015
TRANSGENDER, WIDOW IN DISABLED DEPT OPPOSED The Odisha Disabled Peoples’ Network, a forum fighting for the cause of physically-challenged people, on Tuesday opposed the State Government’s decision to bring transgender and widow under the newly... General, Policy News, Medical 29/Apr/2015


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