[AI] DVD of My name is Khan releases with 2 Audio Description tracks

Mann, Madleen Madleen.Mann at rnib.org.uk
Fri Jul 2 06:22:38 EDT 2010


What fantastic news does that really mean this is going to be the first
very first movie I'm able to watch and understand compleetly ???   They
had some german bollywood movies I used to watch and love and I haven't
been able to see one for ages but I will watch this one!!! Thanks a lot
for this information I'll pass it on to other people. 
Best wishes, madleen 

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tracks


A worldwide 'first' with Audio Description in two languages.

The DVD of My Name is Khan launched yesterday in the UK is the first
ever DVD to have audio description in two languages - Hindi and English.
The version with audio description in English also has  spoken English
subtitles which makes the film accessible for blind or partially sighted
non-Hindi speakers/ viewers. Please click on the link pasted below for
further details:
http://www.play.com/HOME/HOME/6-/Search.html?searchstring=my+name+is+kha
n&searchtype=allproducts&searchsource=0  

Happy viewing!



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Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:07:57 +0530
From: mohammadwaseem khan <mohammadwaseemk at gmail.com>
To: nynrr419 at gmail.com, accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Shoking news.
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Hello,
Which NAB's website have you red about,
Can you provide the direct link for the same.


On 7/2/10, Nikhil Yogi <nikhilayogi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear members,
>
>       Just now, I read a news on NAB website, a blind people can
> drive. Is it possible. If so, how they can do it ?
>
>      regards,
>
>   Nikhil Yogi
>
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Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:13:51 +0530
From: akhilesh <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com>
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Is it time for persons with disability to enter
	politics?
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I think it would be wrong to say that Jamuna prasad shastri has not
fought and not spoken about the rights of the disables.

Probably you don't know, but he has started the blind school at the
most backward region of the madhya Pradesh, and the same school is
still flourishing and imparting the education for so many blinds in
state of MP.

I've got the opportunity to listen his speech, and I have done most of
my schooling from his school.
He passed away in 1997.

As far as election is concern, I think we should start fighting from
our constituency?s right from the next elections.
Except this, we should also demand the seats in lok sabha as well. If
the Anglo Indian community is getting the representation in lok sabha
through nomination, why not our community as well?
Prepare the representation in this regard; I'm taking the
responsibility of signature campaign in Delhi.
Ask for the nomination, only and only then we?ll be able to influence
the policies which are made for us and influence us.
Thanks,
Akhilesh.



On 7/1/10, Subramani L <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in> wrote:
> I agree no less. My contention is: if you have  disability and have a
> problem accepting it (especially if you are a politician) you distance
> yourself from assisting the govt to be effective in implementing
> disability policies. Of course, being a politician has its own
> responsibilities which one can't afford to overlook, disabled or not.
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of George
> Abraham
> Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2010 8:06 AM
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Is it time for persons with disability to enter
> politics?
>
> But Subramani,
>
> A person with disabilitty who steps into politics and hopes to be
> elected
> will need to think beyond his or her disability.   He needs to be
> relevant
> to all in the community. He or she will need to understand the issues
> that
> the community faces. He or she will  need to champion the cause of the
> community, only then would votes come by.
>
> Likewise, for us to be included or be a real part of the families,
> communities we live in, we need to also start thinking
family/community
> and
> not just be thinking disability.
>
> If we  start doing what we can do for our community, then the
community
> will
> open its arms to embrace us.
>
> If we need to succeed in politics,  we need to think community and not
> just
> disability.  Having said all this, when we get elected or get into a
> position of influence, we mustn't forget the issues pertaining to
> disability.
>
> Regards,
>
> George
> George Abraham
> CEO
> Score Foundation
> 17/107, Basement,
> Vikram Vihar, Lajpatnagar 4,
> New Delhi 110024
> India
> Ph: 91 11 26472581
> Telefax: 91 11 26472582
> Mob: 91 9810934040/91 9810001181
> Email: george at eyeway.org
> Website: www.eyeway.org
> Skype: georgeabraham13
> Twitter: georgebhai
>
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Subramani L" <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 10:08 PM
> Subject: Re: [AI] Is it time for persons with disability to enter
> politics?
>
>
> So... There are no elected MPs to the Lok Sabvha who acknowledge their
> disability in public and speak for the community. The one whose
> disability we know about is more an MP got in through the backdoor to
> Rajya Sabha from the state legislature. David Cameron perhaps gave
this
> guy the ticket to contest for his party because he has a son with down
> syndrome and is abreast of the issues affecting disability. When
people
> are not even acknowledging their own disabilities, it is rather
> difficult to count them as politicians with disability; least said
about
> their commitments towards the issues we face. So my article would
> surmise there are none with disability   -or- at lest there are none
who
> uses his or her position as a politician to assist the MSJE or other
> ministries to implement disabled friendly policies. This is pathetic
and
> I would explore a few suggestions/solutions. I am sure the crop of
> youngsters who are in college or just out of it can proviee a fresh
> thought to this subject.
>
> Subramani
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Kanchan
> Pamnani
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 9:36 PM
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Is it time for persons with disability to enter
> politics?
>
> Jaipal Reddy uses crutches however he does not speak for the disabled.
> He to
> the best of my knowledge does not even acknowledge that he is disabled
> and
> therefore does not ask for his rights and thereby does not become a
good
> or
> even a spokesman  for us. I am told there are several other
politicians
> who
> are disabled but I dont know their names. The secretariat of
Parliament
> recently told us so.
>
> The gentleman that Geeta mentioned was Sadhan Gupta who got elected to
> the
> Rajya Sabha from West Bengal.
> According to Arun Jetley there was another blind MP of the Lok Sabha I
> didnt
> catch his name.
> Atul Bihari Vajpayee  had to use the ambu lift which Javed Abidi had
> fought
> for against Vajpayee's government.
>
> Subramani these titbits are for your article but I am not answering
your
>
> questions.
> Kanchan
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Subramani L" <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 8:23 PM
> Subject: [AI] Is it time for persons with disability to enter
politics?
>
>
>> Folks:
>>
>> This is in reference to the story below. This raises  the curious but
>> difficult question: should persons with disability enter politics in
>> order to influence policy (both the ones that affect them and those
> that
>> doesn't). I am doing an analytical article on this question and would
>> welcome responses from those in this list and from those with other
>> disabilities outside this list. Kindly pass this around and encourage
>> folks to respond. I have a few questions which I am putting below the
>> story and so pl read the mail fully.
>>
>> ***
>>
>>    Britain's first MP with Cerebral Palsy encourages persons with
>> disability to enter politics
>>
>> June 28: The first elected representative to the British Parliament
> with
>> Cerebral Palsy, possibly the first in the world with that disability,
>> has urged more persons with disability to enter politics.
>>
>> Paul Maynard, elected to the House of Commons last month as a
>> Conservative Party candidate, has said that his presence in the House
>> should provide encouragement for other persons with disability to
>> contest elections and enter Parliament.
>>
>> "I just hope that simply my being here, in the House of Commons,
> people
>> who may be nervous about getting into politics are not put off by any
>> fear of what might happen during the (election) campaign," Maynard,
MP
>> from Blackpool North and Cleveleys, told Britain's The Independent
>> newspaper in an interview published on Monday.
>>
>> He  also said that he had faced ignorance about his condition from a
>> young age, but had been determined to rise above the taunts. "There
> will
>> always be people who will use it (the disability) against you and you
>> will have to learn to deal with that," Maynard, 34, told the
> newspaper.
>>
>> Maynard studied in a special school until he was five years old. He
> was
>> then transferred to mainstream school and went on to obtain a
>> first-class degree from Oxford. He mentioned in his interview that
his
>> life was transformed by the early experience he had in the special
>> school.
>>
>>
>> "Because my problem was with the thighs, and their muscle
development,
>> they would strap you into tight iron callipers for several hours a
> day.
>> You had nothing to do. So I was doing all my numbering and all my
>> reading    far earlier than most children and very quickly learnt to
>> read and write, which was an unexpected bonus later on," he said.
>>
>> Maynard, who worked as a management consultant before   getting a job
> at
>> the central office of the Conservative Party, had decided to enter
>> politics just weeks before the elections this year.
>>
>> He faced derogatory comments in his constituency after a television
>> interview, in which his slurred speech (due to his disability) was
>> mistaken for drunkenness. He explained about his disability and
> insisted
>> that it didn't affect his intellectual abilities.
>>
>> He eventually achieved a 7 per cent swing and won by a majority of
> 2150
>> votes in his constituency, which was one of the seats the
> Conservatives
>> rested back from Labour.
>>
>> He had already delivered his maiden speech in the Parliament and has
>> made interventions at the Prime Minister's Question Time, considered
> an
>> important business t the British Parliament.
>>
>> Britain had David Blunket as the first person with disability as a
>> cabinet minister under Labour, when Tony Blair appointed the visually
>> challenged MP from Sheffield as Home Secretary.
>> *** *** ***
>>
>> (PL mention your full name, designation/office, age , name of the
>> organisation you represent and the city you hail from)
>> 1. Do you think having a politician with disability would make a
>> difference in terms of passing legislations and implementing them?
>> 2. This is more a personal question -Given a chance, would you enter
>> politics? Pl substantiate your answer as to why you would and why you
>> wouldn't make that choice?
>> 3. What do you think r the advantages and disadvantages of being a
>> politician with disability? Are these (advantages and disadvantages)
> the
>> reason that influence your choice to enter or not to enter politics?
>> 4. Are 'politicians with disability' the need of the hour? Do you
have
>> personal choices amongst the present crop of activists who would make
>> good politicians (ignore it if you are not comfortable answering this
>> part of the question).
>> 5. What are the challenges do you think for activists to become
>> politicians?
>> 6. Do you think politicians with disability, such as Paul Maynard
> spread
>> awareness and positive impressions about persons with disability?
>> 7. Do you think it would be difficult in circumstances in India for a
>> person with disability to become a politician? If you say yes, why?
>> 8.  What are the risks of being a politician? Are you worried about
>> compromises you may have to make by being a politician? Or do you
> think
>> being an educated person is actually an obstacle to be a good and
> honest
>> political leader?
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Message: 3
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:18:29 +0530
From: akhilesh <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com>
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Pls Advise - Case of Shalini Sethi from Delhi
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Then what should we do now?
Prepare the complain letter against him, and send it to prime minister
office including president office as well.
Do it now... whatever I could do, I'll...


On 7/1/10, Harshvardhan Singh Negi <harshvardhan.negi at gmail.com> wrote:
> exactly same happened in my case when I registered a complained
against my
> employer then Mr dhariyal clearly deny to interpret the PWD act
section 42
> he also deny to accept UNCRPD and expert committee recommendation of
MSJ.
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "akhilesh" <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 3:15 PM
> Subject: Re: [AI] Pls Advise - Case of Shalini Sethi from Delhi
>
>
> Dear Vashishth sir,
> I fully agree that they're handling huge numbers of petitions. but
> what would you say, when a girl is exposed to risks, she's being
> denied from the hostel facility only due to the fact that the head of
> the hostel wanted to satisfy her ill intentions, when the same girl
> prays before respected officer to give her the justice and the mr.
> Dharial becomes angry and says that I can not call them here and I can
> not force them by holding their collar to give you the hostel
> facility.
> I'm referring to the Delhi University?s same case with which I've met
> you in your office.
> For the information of others, it was the case in which the aggrieved
> female student had no place to live anywhere in delhi and she was
> staying one day here and another day there.
> It was all informed to the Dy Commissioner and after that he responded
this
> way.
>
> Another problem that I noticed that they don?t want to interpret the
> provisions of PWD act, and they have a tendency to stick with the same
> wording as laid down under the act.
> We surely need change and it will happen, and will happen for the
better.
>
>
> On 6/30/10, SC Vashishth <subhashvashishth at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Friends,
>>
>> To come back to the main discussion, I do agree there are
shortcomings in
>> the working of the office of CCPD and I find precisely four reasons
for
>> it:
>>
>> (a) No full time independent Commissioner
>> (b) Lack of staff vis-a-vis number of complaints received per day
>> (c) No power to direct, its more of advisory nature, so often
respondents
>> don't take CCPD seriously and do not reply or appear.
>> (d) staff transferred from other ministries/departments on deputation
with
>> no knowledge of the disability, laws and its practice and how does a
court
>> work.
>>
>> Mr. Dhariyal is now an experience hand at the office of CCPD we have
our
>> own
>> interest in retaining him. In fact when we had full time CCPD and two
Dy
>> Commissioners, (Ms. Sunita Singh, if you remember who looked after
the
>> court
>> work) the work started to roll but Ms. Sunita Singh was recalled
soon.
>>
>> Its less of his fault than of the system that he works in. I am not
>> defending the officer, but the sheer number of staff and multiple
>> responsibilities that have been handed over to the counted staff is
mind
>> boggling and the Ministry is least bothered about it for no one is
>> agitating. None of us would be able to justice with that pendency
number
>> with higher expectations of the sector from them. Then gradually when
they
>> can't handle the sheer number they start prioritizing and take action
on
>> cases which are urgent in nature, or on which there is likelihood of
>> ministry or media or court taking a note of. This further rottens the
>> system
>> and most cases start dragging for years with no justice seems coming.
>>
>> Also lot of work that the state commissioners should be doing is
falling
>> on
>> the office of CCPD being the central office and half the time the
CCPD
>> does
>> only post office work - forwarding representations from states to
state
>> commissioners - ofcourse with handly much action happening on them.
>>
>> I think the way out is to expand the CCPD office and provide trained
staff
>> to the office. At least four Dy. Commissioners and one full time CCPD
with
>> trained staff and fully computerised system of tracking matters.  I
would
>> agree with the idea of having a judge or an advocate experienced in
>> disability law & human rights holds this office instead of Babus and
NGO
>> heads. The Ministry of Social Justice has to seriously take a note of
it
>> and
>> disability sector should lead a strong agitation.
>>
>> On George's point of removal of employee with disability on ground of
>> non-performance, we have got an infamous order from none other than
>> Hon'ble
>> Supreme Court in the case Union of India Vs. Devendra Kumar Pant, on
which
>>
>> I
>> wrote my reflections on my blog:
>>
http://disabilityrightsthroughcourts.blogspot.com/2009/07/reflections-on
-supreme-court-judgement.html
>>
>> However, before deciding the legality of removing a person with
disability
>> from job on account of non-performance, I would say, it is necessary
to
>> look
>> at whether the employee was given reasonable accommodation, assistive
aids
>> and devices required to perform that job and sufficient training.
Also
>> whether the bad behaviour has been construed because the employee
demanded
>> such accommodation and support and was not given.
>>
>> Mere declaring a person useless and charge him with bad behaviour is
the
>> easiest thing to do which is often done by insensitive employers and
>> colleagues.There is an urgent need of guidance to the employers to
this
>> effect- both in Govt. and in private and also there is an urgent need
of
>> providing support systems like technology, assistive aids, adaptation
and
>> reasonable accommodation at the cost of Government to provide
equitable
>> opportunities to those experiencing disabilities.
>>
>> regards
>>
>> Subhash Chandra Vashishth
>> Advocate-Disability Rights
>> 09811125521
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>> disability bill at:
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Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:34:56 +0530
From: "gautam" <gtm.agrawal at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams
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Dear swasti,

Thanks a lot for responding my quires in regard with facility of writer
in
bank exams. Actually some people from Karnataka have approached me to
address the issue of relaxation in eligibility condition for writer for
not
having more tahn 60% marks in last exam.  According to them because of
this
condition it is difficult to get eligible writer in time.  Here I would
like
to know what are the experiences and thoughts of the people in all other
states in this regard.  

With regards,

Gautam Agarwal.

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[mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Swasti
Mathur
Sent: 29 June 2010 17:41
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams

hello sir,
rules for a writer in bank exams are as follows.
the scribe is to be arranged by the candidate itself. bank does not 
provide any such facility.
the qualification of writer must be one grade less than the required 
qualification for the post. for example, required qualification for the 
post of clerk is 10 + 2, than writer should be of 10 + 1 or less. but 
not equevilant to 10 + 2.
percentage of scribe in last passed exam in any case should not be more 
than 60%.
probabely, all banks have same eligibility criteria for scribe. it does 
not vary from bank to bank.
every state has same rules regarding writer. while filling form you have

to specify in the form whether you need a scribe or not.
hope everything is clear.
gautam wrote:
> Hello friends, 
>
>  
>
> Would anyone respond my quarries pertaining to the provision of writer
for
> v.i. Examinees in bank exams which include following 
>
>  
>
> 1.            If the writer is provided by bank? Or the examinee has
to
> arrange his/ her own. 
>
>  
>
> 2.         What are the eligibility conditions for writer? 
>
>  
>
> 3.         If these rules equally apply in all bank exams or vary from
bank
> to bank?
>
>  
>
>  4.        If the rules may vary from state to state even in same
bank? 
>
>  
>
>  5.        Some one has told me that one of the conditions is that the
marks
> of the writer in last passed exam should be less than 60 p.c. Is this
true? 
>
>  
>
> 6.                  Does this condition not cause inconvenience to get
a
> suitable writer?
>
>  
>
> Thanks in advance. 
>
>  
>
>  
>
> With due regard,
>
>  
>
>  Gautam agarwal.
>
>  
>
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Message: 5
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:58:27 +0530
From: "Kamal Verma" <kamalverma at pnb.co.in>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Subject: Re: [AI] Safely Remove Hardware
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Hello,
If 'safely remove hardware' does not appear in the tray, do the
following:
Open the property of start menu by pressing alt + enter being on the
start 
button. Go through through pressing tab until you hear 'hide inactive 
icons'. Make sure that this check box is unchecked.
Hope it helps.
Kamal Verma
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Sent: Friday, July 02, 2010 12:02 PM
Subject: [AI] Safely Remove Hardware


> Dear AccessIndians
> How to Remove Pendrive After finishing our work
> Earlier  our tecknician kept Safely Remove Hardware in System Tray
> So that After Usage
> I used to go to  System Tray&click on that
> But Very Recently My system got formatted &I have forgotten to do so
> Where  we get the option of Safely Remove Hardware&How to keep that
> option in System Tray
> Kindly guide me
>                         Thank you
>                          Mahesh
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Message: 6
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 14:05:09 +0530
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