[AI] Braille watches are real ones

Vidya joshvidya at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 14:07:47 EDT 2008

It's strange that Titan would not announce this giant step on any of the 
media. Firms would jump to take credits for corporate social responsibility 
even without doing anything, but nothing from Titan despite this major step?

For all I know, Titan has done nothing of the sort. Now who is fooling whom 
is would be a thing to know. There may be a fake Titan, with altered 
spellings like "tighten" and they are selling watches imported from other 
countries as some of the countries sell specialized equipments at very 
subsidized rates.
Or second possibility is that your sources are not correct.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ashik" <ashikhirani at gmail.com>
To: "Access India" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2008 1:24 PM
Subject: [AI] Braille watches are real ones

>        Dear Members,
> Two of my friends have purchased such watches and they are on their 
> wrists. One of them found it in the show-room in Vadodara, and another 
> found it in the show-room in Rajkot in Gujarat. The Rajkot wala friend got 
> it from the show-room near Trikon Baagh. They are in two shapes: round and 
> square. They haven't produced watches for women, unfortunately. Please 
> note that the watches will be available with the main dealer only, not 
> with the sub-dealers. There is not facility for alarm.
> Ashik Hirani
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