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Only 0.56 Percent Disabled Students in Higher Education: Survey NEW DELHI: Only 0.56 percent of students with disabilities are pursuing higher education in the country, a survey has revealed. The percentage of people with disabilities employed in the public... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 31/Jul/2015
Police to donate Rs. 35,000 to blind school Nalgonda police have decided to donate Rs. 35,000 every month to a blind school being run by Development of Welfare Association of the Blind (DWAB), an NGO based in Nalgonda. Felicitating the founder... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 31/Jul/2015
He was the first and the only President of India so far who invited more than 100 blind students during his swearing-in ceremony at Ashoka Hall of the Rashtrapati Bhavan. APJ Abdul Kalam wanted Gujarat to take lead in becoming the green energy corridor, says Srijan Pal Singh  Even as the nation mourned the loss of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, who passed away on... Achievements, General, Medical, Education and Employment 29/Jul/2015
Government Told to File Objections to Club Plea BENGALURU:The High Court on Thursday directed the state government to file its objections to a petition filed by Bangalore Club, by July 28. Hearing the club’s petition, Justice Raghavendra S Chauhan... General, Education and Employment 24/Jul/2015
Blind adventurer Mark Pollock sues friends over paralysing 2010 fall from window of their house Commonwealth Games medal winner Mark Pollock is suing Enda and Madeline Cahill after the 25-foot plunge onto the patio of their home in Henley. SHARE         The 39-... General, Adventure and Sports 24/Jul/2015
ICCW’s National Painting Competition to be held on July 28 The Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW), Vellore district branch, would be conducting the district level National Painting Competition 2015 at the P. Dhandapani Mudaliar Thirumana Mandapam here... General, Adventure and Sports 24/Jul/2015
Quantify learning disability: HC The Bombay High Court Wednesday directed an expert committee set up by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment to look into the issue of quantification of learning disability (LD) in terms of... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 23/Jul/2015
Lend Your Eyes To The Blind Through ‘Be My Eyes’ App How many times have you aided a blind or visually impaired person to cross the street or read a sign or written directions or identify a person or thing? Every time that you have done so, you have... General, Product and Technology, Medical 22/Jul/2015
Braille Chess Players Appeal For Government Jobs VELLORE: The Tamil Nadu Braille Chess Association (Association) has urged the State government to allot visually challenged persons who excel in sport, including Chess, government jobs on the sports... General, Education and Employment, Adventure and Sports 22/Jul/2015
Watch: This Blind Girl Singing Shreya Ghoshal’s ‘Sun Raha Hai Na Tu’ Will Leave You Spellbound India has no shortage of talent and this is proven time and again! A video of a blind girl from Ranchi has put social media in meltdown. India’s got talent but who will broadcast this blind girl’s... General, Adventure and Sports 21/Jul/2015


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