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What Delhi Police told JNU's blind poet-student during assault: Andha hai toh protest mein kyun aaya?

Shashi Bhushan Pandey is no stranger to lathicharges. He has been protesting for students' rights and rights for the specially-abled right from school. He had gone viral for his singing and poetry

Published on 19th November 2019
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UoH launches website where students can sign up to be scribes for visually challenged students, conduct a 'blind walk' on White Cane Day

A website which enables volunteers to register as scribes for visually challenged students during exams, was also launched by the students of UoH

Published on 16th October 2017
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Three visually-challenged students top Mangaluru University's BSW exam

All three, who have also passed their SSLC and PUC exams with flying colours, have been dreaming of becoming IAS officers. However, poverty seems to be a hurdle

Published on 28th November 2019
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This Chennai group helps the visually impaired with anything from jobs to arranging scribes

S N Barath and his team of volunteers have been working on a new project creating a Digital Audio Library for visually challenged students

Published on 25th August 2018
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These youngsters just made audio textbooks for highschool and  +2 students in Kannada to help visually impaired students

Rakesh Tiwari, is the founding volunteer of Kannada Pustaka. He tells us about what went in converting the text into an audio format to facilitate academics for visually impaired children

Published on 5th June 2019
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How Google Maps helped JNU's visually challenged students stop police from scuttling their protest

The JNU Visually Challenged Students’ Forum had called for a demonstration against the lathicharge of Delhi Police and demanded justice for persons with disabilities

Published on 20th November 2019
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After blind Tamil prof at Presidency College gets hit with memo for missing classes during Muthamil Vizha, visually impaired students fast in protest

Visually challenged professor of Tamil at Chennai's notorious Presidency College was joined by over 40 visually challenged students as they protested at Chepauk, calling for the memo to be rolled back

Published on 8th May 2017

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