Disability

90% blind IAS officer gives 100% to his job -Alok K N Mishra

-The Times of India The person who finalised recruitment rules pending for about 30 years in a civic body, made it possible for hundreds of employees to be promoted and leads work on improving the ranking of South Delhi Municipal Corporation in Swachh Survekshan 2018 is...

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Indore man drives a crucial change in motoring law -Usha Rai

-The Hindu Business Line Vikram Agnihotri can drive a car with his feet Vikram Agnihotri, 47, of Indore has no hands but he drives a modified Maruti Celerio AGS (automatic gear shift); on September 30, 2016, he got his permanent driving licence from the Indore RTO. He...

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Differently-abled pomegranate farmer receives Padma Shri award

-PTI AHMEDABAD: A differently-abled farmer from Gujarat's arid Banaskantha district has inspired several others to make the best use of their farmland by planting pomegranate. Genabhai Patel (52), a pomegranate farmer from Sarkari Goliya village in Lakhani taluka of the district, has polio in both legs...

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NCERT to publish tactile books for visually challenged -Anuradha Raman

-The Hindu Tactile books with maps and diagrams for visually challenged students will become a reality soon with the National Council of Educational Research and Training introducing them in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. So far, books in Braille had no maps and...

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Disabled scholar may realise JNU dream -Manash Pratim Gohain

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: When Akshansh Gupta, a 32-year-old research scholar with 95% disability due to cerebral palsy, was awarded PhD on 'Brain Computer Interface' from JNU, his only wish was to work in the university. A week later, his dream may come true....

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