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A Braille Atlas For Visually Impaired – India Invents

India’s visually impaired population is over 50 lakhs. They now can study and learn India’s geography in detail rather than relying only on literature. Thanks to the efforts of NATMO and the initiative with a vision to make scientific information available to these souls in a cost-effective manner. Apparently free of cost.

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Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations In Indian Cities And How!

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi brings a sense of happiness, zest and the faith among the people across India and the Indians across the world. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated over a span of 14 days, 4th day being the most celebrated in the fortnight, of the Bhaadrapada month of Hindu calendar. Mumbai is famous for these public celebrations of the Ganpati that it has at various pandals. People worship the clay idol of Ganpati that is studded with various flowers, motis, diamonds, pearls, colors and various other materials or it could be an eco-friendly ganesha that is prepared keeping in mind our responsibilities towards our mother earth.

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Indian Gymnast Dipa Karmakar For Finals At Rio Olympics

Indian Gymnast Dipa Karmakar creates history as she qualifies for vault finals at Rio Olympics. She went down to pen her name in history books by becoming the first Indian woman to make it to individual vault finals after she completed her debut in Olympics games on 8th position in the qualifying round.

The finals that will be held on August 14th will be a day when Dipa lives her dream of becoming the first Indian Gymnast who can possibly bring a medal to India.

Dipa is from Tripura and India’s first woman gymnast to represent India in Olympic games. She clearly managed to perform her much appreciated ‘Produnova’ vault scoring 14.950 points.

Memorial Of Dr. Kalam Inaugurated by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal in New Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Mr, Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated a memorial of Dr, Abdul Kalam Azad and promised to further develop it into a ‘knowledge centre’. The memorial is built inside the premises of Delhi Haat and houses the belongings of Dr. Kalam like books and photographs.

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