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App turns Sign Language Converted Into Readable Text

For people with hearing and speech impairment, communication with the outside world is often an onerous task. Only members of their close circle of friends or immediate family make a genuine attempt at learning it. When they step out into the job market, very few people try to learn sign language, and this creates real barriers to any sort progress ... Read More »

China-based Trina Solar

China-based Trina Solar, the world’s biggest solar panel maker, has put on hold its make-in-India plan to set up a 1,000 megawatt manufacturing unit in India because of low prices and absence of supportive policies but it will invest up to $500 million if it gets the right incentives. In 2015, Trina Solar bought land near Visakhapatnam to set up ... Read More »

Corporate Communications / VIVAN Life Sciences

If public health benefits from the containing and reducing spread of infection were to be calculated, it would turn out to be a considerable saving to the exchequer. Rajni Vaidyanath Salunke lives in the Kishkinda Nagar slum of Pune. She is one of the over 14 lakh people who live in the 500 slum pockets of Pune and who make ... Read More »

National Award received by Akshayapatra

The prestigious National Award for Child Welfare was conferred upon The Akshaya Patra Foundation by the Honourable President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind on November 14, 2017. It was received by Shri Chanchalapathi Dasa, Vice-Chairman, The Akshaya Patra Foundation. The awards were given in the presence of Minister of State for Women & Child Development, Dr Virendra Kumar. The ... Read More »

Knowledge is Power !!

India is a developing nation with around 28 million youth population being added every year. These young minds are future of India who will drive the Nation on the path of socio-economic development. However, this high youth population won’t be of any help to the economy if universal education is not achieved all over India. Therefore ensuring Quality Education for ... Read More »

Keeping a promise to Nirbhaya

This Mumbai Man Is Keeping His Promise to ‘Nirbhaya’, and Wants You to Join Him as Well. To take a step forward, Dipesh now works for US-based NGO ‘Take her back’ – which works against human trafficking in India. https://www.thebetterindia.com/119941/dipesh-tank-mumbai-war-against-railway-rowdies/ Read More »

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