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On a mission to give vision, dignity to blind

CHANDIGARH: In his quest to create the world's smallest, lightest and cheapest device to aid the visually challenged, 20-year-old Abhinav Verma designed and re-designed his prototype of LiveBraille, an electronic travelling aid. The final product ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

Corporate aid sought for new device

The device devloped by BEST and IIT-Delhi helps the visually-challenged before boarding a bus The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport (BEST), along with organisations such as Xavier’s Resource Centre for the Visually Challenged (XRCVC) and Sight Savers ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

TA for escorts accompanying disabled govt employees

New Delhi: Coming to the aid of Central government employees with disabilities, the Centre has decided to extend travel allowance for escorts accompanying them during official tours and training. A first-of-its kind initiative by the Union ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Travel allowance for escorts accompanying disabled government employees  Economic Times1 month ago
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StanChart Bahrain backs centre to combat blindness

A new initiative to combat blindness and establish a rehabilitation centre for the visually impaired in Bahrain was announced yesterday (March 10) by Standard Chartered Bank. The $500,000 facility is part of the bank's global initiative Seeing is ...
 Trade Arabia1 month ago Bank backs centre to combat blindness  Gulf Daily News1 month ago

Campaign to prevent crime against women, children launched

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Collector K. Maharabushanam (centre) releasing posters with visual elements that portray violence against women and children, and the legal provisions for their protection in Salem on Monday.— PHOTO: ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

WeSC publ : is a winner at Exeter Racecourse

WESC Foundation , the specialist centre for visual impairment in Exeter , marked the appointment of popular BBC Radio Devon presenter Judi Spiers as its first ambassador. The announcement was made at a private event held for 20 guests in the Dart ...
 4 Traders1 week ago

Monday, April 27

It's Jonny Lee Miller as a tortured modern-day Sherlock who provides the still centre of Elementary. FREE TO AIR Is Your Brain Male or Female?, SBS One, 7.30pm It's always controversial, the old nature/nurture debate about whether girls pop out ...
 Inverell Times1 week ago

Visual Art round-up: ten rule-breakers and a nod to the Gwion Gwion

Two intriguing exhibitions make us wonder if we can really believe our eyes Aidan Dunne Topics: Culture Art & Design Andrew Vickery Aoife Ruane Cliodhna Shaffrey Colin Martin Fabio Mauri Hans Holbein Jack Pettigrew Jacqueline Mesmaeker Jacques ...
 Irish Times4 days ago

Times have changed, but Centre and CBFC's narrow mindset continues

BY Pankaj Butalia Looking London, Talking Tokyo was a cruel expression used in our youth for those with a pronounced squint. But it is also came to be used for those who say one thing but mean another. It was sometime in January that information ...
 Navhind Times3 weeks ago
Daily Nation

Teen mums get aid from local artists

Lucy Ndungu was not surprised to read in the Business Daily (April 9, 2015) about a newly released demographic report which found that poor rural households have defied the well-oiled birth control campaigns. The founder of Hope for Teenage ...
 Daily Nation2 weeks ago
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