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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
Blind footballer scores wonder goal for France Displaying close control and a sharp shot, Yvan Wouandji's goal for France against Germany has gone viral. The 21-year-old, who represented France at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, started... General, Adventure and Sports 29/Apr/2015
RAK Hospital starts ‘Right to Sight’ drive The initiative is in line with World Health Organisation’s Global Initiative to eliminate avoidable blindness, “Vision 2020: The Right to Sight”. Ras Al Khaimah - The “Nazar Ayeni” which means “My... General, Medical 27/Apr/2015
How 3D audio technology could 'unlock' cities for blind people New technology is set to give greater independence to blind and partially sighted people by radically enhancing their ability to navigate city centres. Getting around cities can be daunting for... General, Product and Technology 24/Apr/2015
Vehicle for People with Disabilities THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  A young man, by riding a two-wheeler without using his hands a few months ago, turned a few heads on the roads of Anad. What the onlookers might have mistaken as foolhardy... General, Science & technology, Product and Technology 23/Apr/2015
ENABLE ART FOR ALL How to make cultural spaces more accessible for the differently abled is now the prime agenda for museums and galleries. While National Museum plans to come up with a special gallery for the visually... Achievements, General 23/Apr/2015
Blind candidates to get extra 20 minutes per hour in HPSC exams Coming to the aid of a blind candidate, the state commissioner for persons with disabilities has directed the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) to give additional 20 minutes per hour to blind... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 22/Apr/2015
Total strangers walk and run together for the greater good ... The National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) is the national sight loss agency. It's a not-for-profit charitable organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people... General, Education and Employment 22/Apr/2015
Trust for Visually Impaired Opens HYDERABAD: A trust to help the visually challenged people achieve their goals in life was inaugurated here on Sunday.  Named as Braille Blind Charity Visually Challenged People’s Foundation Trust (... Accessibility, General, Education and Employment 20/Apr/2015

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