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Smartphone app for the visually impaired launched
October 9, 2014
An application equipped with
typing feature that promises to assist the visually-impaired in using all features ...
Dia Mirza unveils musical short film B for Braille
August 26, 2014
Actor-filmmaker Dia Mirza unveiled B for
, a musical short film that aims at promoting
literacy in the co ...
Indore girl’s visionary idea: Quran that blind can read
July 18, 2014
A twenty something law student, Rabiya Khan, wanted to make it possible for all visually impaired people in In ...
July 18, 2014
Rabiya Khan, a blind law student has complied 10 paragraphs of the Quran in Arabic
Budget with a vision: Currency notes for the visually challenged
July 10, 2014
Adding a humane touch to his Budget, finance minister Arun Jaitley announced the government's intention to print currenc ...
MIT finger device reads to the blind in real time
July 8, 2014
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are developing an audio reading device to be worn on the index f ...
Access to books for the blind needs to be improved
June 26, 2014
Last June, an international conference concluded the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Person ...
Now, vibrating gloves to teach braille
June 23, 2014
Researchers have created smartgloves that can help the blind learn
Learning beyond sight
June 12, 2014
Not all people who are visually challenged are
literate. This understanding inspired two students from the KK Bi ...
UK brand launches 'world's first' braille mobile phone
May 22, 2014
British mobile phone brand OwnFone, which specializes in simplified devices for children and seniors, has just launched ...
May 22, 2014
Phone by British manufacturer OwnFone is priced at £60 (around $100). Photo: AFP
IIT Delhi comes up with more innovations
April 23, 2014
tutor, green building design and haemoglobin monitor among unique projects by students this year
City hosts car rally navigated by visually impaired
February 2, 2014
It was a memorable day for the visually impaired students of the Institute for the Blind, Sector 26, as they went around ...
An Open Letter to Mumbai University VC: how not to be an intellectual leader
January 22, 2014
Dear Dr Rajan Welukar, may I suggest that you consider going on a sabbatical soon, in fact sooner rather than later? The ...
Students from diverse backgrounds learn to know the world better
January 5, 2014
HT team visited the 90-year-old Institute for the Blind near Lohgarh Chowk on Sunday as part of the 'World
Farewell mate: Tributes pour in for Australia's Phil Hughes
Iranian woman defies country's laws, dances to 'Little Mix' without hijab
Christie’s to hold auction in Mumbai next month
Bigg Boss 8: Diandra has a birthday gift for Gautam, in the bathroom!
Mockingjay Part 1 review: Jennifer Lawrence excels again in this Hunger Games sequel
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
Veena Malik and husband sentenced to 26 years in jail for blasphemy in TV show
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life
Pakistan blocks Saarc deals; PM Modi says things will still get done
DDA housing scheme: 1,200 on waiting list
In eye of a churn, fear lurks in Kashmiri Pandits' homes
Bombs kill 64 during prayers at prominent Nigeria mosque
Islamic State recruit from Kalyan back home, agencies to question
In Modi's 'Make in India' push, key lies in Jharkhand
GDP growth slows to 5.3% during July-Sept 2014
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