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#IAmForInclusion – supporting this campaign to make the world inclusive

NewzHook is celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day with a campaign #IAmForInclusion. I, being an accessibility enthusiast both by passion and by profession, completely support this campaign and let’s together build an inclusive world. If you haven’t get already, download NewzHook on your Android or iOS device and enjoy reading summary of news in a convenient way. I’m using this app for a few weeks now and completely happy about it. What I like most about this app is that information is not cluttered, I’m not forced to read complete news unless I chose to do so, high contrast mode!

Science and we lost a great source of inspiration – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam left to build rockets in divine space…

It was just last Sunday that Shri. Narendra Modi, The Prime Minister of India, during his talk in program “Mann Ki Baat”, said that “these days it’s rare to find out youth who says they would want to become a scientist; probably we would see 1 child in 100 children” and yesterday we have lost a great Scientist. Dr. Kalam was not only a scientist, but also, a great teacher who could teach everything in a very simple manner, a great leader, a person who have grown right from a paper boy to the first citizen of India. Thanks to…

Injaram Sivalayam: A Success story and thanks to all supported

It’s true that a dream comes into reality, when supported by every individual; no matter how small the support may be. It’s so true in case of re-construction of Siva Temple at my home town Injaram. During mid 2010, a few members of the village thought that the auspicious Lord Siva Temple needs renovation and to get the sufficient grant from the Government, villagers needs to mobilize the funds of about 15 Lacs and that’s when they decided to use the world wide web as one of the sources to reach out to families who belong to Injaram but living…

Appeal to my twitter followers – Support NVDA

As on time of this posting, I have 639 friends following me on Twitter and thank you all for being friends. I have an appeal to all of you. NVDA is a free and open source screen reader that offers access to computers to visually impaired at no additional cost. Thanks to all the individuals and companies who have been supporting the project. To sustain the project and most importantly for this screen reader to continue to be available for free, it’s essential that NV Access gets more funding. Here is an open letter I have received in one of…