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Feb 03, 2019
Election Commission to provide visually impaired voters with braille voter slips in Lok Sabha polls 2019As part of its strategic framework for accessible elections, the commission has told all chief electoral officers to issue voter slips with braille to visually impaired voters.
Jan 15, 2019
Canute 360 multi-line Braille e-reader launched as 'Kindle for the blind'Canute 360 is the world’s first multi-line Braille e-reader, displaying nine lines of text at a time.
May 20, 2017
Suresh Prabhu inspects Tejas Express before it speeds from Mumbai to Goa on 22 MayAhead of its first run from Mumbai to Goa on 22 May, Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu inspected the high-speed premium train Tejas Express, which is equipped with modern facilities
Aug 31, 2016
Project Mudra wins Conquest 2016, the international startup challenge by BITS PilaniBITS Pilani organised Conquest 2016, an international startup challenge in association with DCB Bank. The competition concluded this Sunday at ITC Maurya, New Delhi as "Project Mudra" bagged the top spot at the spot followed by "Comfort Products".
Nov 24, 2015
ASI releases four books in Braille on North East archaeological siteFour books, published in Braille, on archaeological sites in the North East have been released for the first time by the Archaeological Survey of India, Guwahati Circle here.
Nov 16, 2014
Delhi University installs special technology for blind students in librariesDelhi University is in the process of installing a special technology which can scan books and transcribe text to speech in all its libraries
Nov 10, 2014
How 12 year-old Shubham Banerjee used Lego to revolutionise printing for the blindIn a conversation withFirstbiz.com, Shubham Banerjee spoke about his venture, its go-to market strategies and his plans for India.
Sep 17, 2014
SimplEye: Now smartphones are accessible to visually challenged tooKriyate Design Solutions, a Delhi-based startup founded in 2012, has developed an app, SimplEye, to help bridge this gap between smartphones and the visually impaired, using sound, vibration and tactile accessories.
Apr 08, 2014
iCanConnect gives deaf-blind access to the online worldArray
Apr 23, 2013
India gets its first lifestyle magazine in BrailleWhite Print, India's first lifestyle magazine in Braille, will be a source of both education and entertainment for the visually impaired.