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December 02, 2016, Friday | Current Affairs
Abhinav had last year claimed to have created 'Live Braille', a wearable technology innovation that helped blind people to walk around without the aid of a walking stick.
August 06, 2016, Saturday | Specials
The efforts of two individuals from either side of the India-Pakistan border have helped in creating the first museum brochure in Braille
January 30, 2016, Saturday | Beyond Business
Not only does art sensitise us, it also highlights that the disabled have as much right to art as all of us - yet, we are callous when it comes to including them in this process
January 31, 2015, Saturday | Companies
Lego is not just a toy for children, it can help build some amazing things
May 22, 2014, Thursday | Finance
An April 2009 circular by RBI had advised banks to provide ramps in all existing and future ATMs
May 21, 2014, Wednesday | Finance
It also asked banks to make necessary arrangements to provide all existing ATMs/future ATMs with ramps so that wheel chair users with disabilities can easily access them
February 04, 2014, Tuesday | Companies
RBI has allowed non-banking companies to set up ATMs, or WLAs, to increase penetration of the facility across the country
August 16, 2013, Friday | Current Affairs
Braille stickers to be placed on berth, toilets, wash basins, doors in train coaches
January 24, 2013, Thursday | Markets
Idea is to educate specially challenged people about stock markets
January 11, 2012, Wednesday | Technology
Visually impaired students have found a new avenue to access books online. The country's first online Braille library, with 12,000 books in its catalogue, was launched in Mumbai last week and will cater to students pursuing higher education in ...
October 13, 2010, Wednesday | PTI Stories
In a first initiative of its kind, Indian Railways is likely to introduce Braille stickers in trains for visually-challenged passengers to facilitate their travel.
August 16, 2010, Monday | Press Releases
Service for visually impaired
August 09, 2010, Monday | Technology
Tailor-made technology helps physically challenged to reconnect with the digital world.
March 14, 2009, Saturday | Economy & Policy
Visually challenged voters can hope to exercise their franchise in the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls if the Election Commission goes ahead with its plan to use Braille EVMs at some polling booths across the country.
December 17, 2007, Monday | Technology
The international conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD) held in Bangalore over the weekend saw the presentation of some interesting original and unpublished
November 26, 2007, Monday | Companies
The Louis Kahn building in the heart of Ahmedabad has got its latest admirer. This time, a visually-challenged lady from Germany.
May 18, 2006, Thursday | Economy & Policy
The state unit of National Federation of the Blind (NFB) is planning to bring out a fortnightly in Tamil using Braille script in the first half of June this year.
March 10, 2005, Thursday | Companies
Reliance Energy today announced the launch of electricity bills in Braille - the special language for visually-impaired consumers in Mumbai.
According to a release issued by the company
February 15, 2005, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
Hyderabad will have India's first barrier-free access airport in 2007.