[AI] Converting non unicode to unicode

Him Prasad Gautam drishtibachak at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 08:34:45 PDT 2015


hi,
yes your perception is almost to reality. But be clear that the
category of memory of font and the character code is not in same
status.


On 7/2/15, sampath raj rao <sampath.4187 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi sir, Thank you, I am able to understand now... You mean that the
> font info aswell as the code of the characters are stored in the same
> file.
> Can I perceive it this way as how the text surrounded by tags in html
> is written in a text pad as .html and when displayed by the web
> browsing app it displays the info in its set attributes of tags?
> Great to know the underlying functionalities of how the displayed text
> is processed...
>
> Thanking you,
>
> S.Sampath raj Rao
>
>
>
>
> On 7/1/15, Him Prasad Gautam <drishtibachak at gmail.com> wrote:
>> hi,
>> No mind, it Is  a common matter that a user of any system may not be
>> aware of its technicality.
>> But you are stuck because you are putting the character code and the
>> font in same footing.
>> I have already told that character code is like your id number or your
>> name and the font is like the dress worn by you.
>> A man and his/her dress can never be put at same footing.
>> Further more, a font functionality is application dependent but the
>> character code is independent to application or the text field.
>> Instead going to technical points where and how the font is stored,
>> for your concept, let me simplify it.
>> take an application like Ms word, notepad, power point, etc as a
>> register book which keeps detailed records of the texts. But each
>> register book has different way of recording of text information.
>> However, whatever the differences prevailed among the register books;
>> each of them at list contains the id of the letter.
>> In brief, the information related font is stored within the file
>> itself at the particular application in which it is written. The
>> Information about the font can be or can not be a matter of concern to
>> another application. But at least the character code of the letter is
>> compulsorily recorded by any application.
>> Finally, the font information is stored in the file itself which
>> contains the texts and if the file is opened at the same application,
>> the records are called, otherwise it depends in the characteristics of
>> the active application in which the texts are seen. If the active
>> application field has no font features, only the character code is
>> captured and is presented in that font in which the application is
>> set.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 6/30/15, sampath raj rao <sampath.4187 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Sir, thank you for your patience in responsing to my queries...
>>> I am able to understand the concept of capital and small letters, but
>>> I am still struck out at the font level, you meant that the computer
>>> remembers the font in which the letter is typed in, but how does the
>>> computer remembers the font as there many attributes to the font like
>>> style, type, size and so on? how will the computer rightly retrieve
>>> the right attribute of the font for a particular letter.
>>> If I am saving the letter 'A' then the system will store the unicode
>>> '65' in its memory but what makes the computer the font attributes?
>>> will these attributes get attached as any separate code along with
>>> each letter?
>>> It would be so thankful if you could throw more light on this...
>>>
>>> I deeply apologise for my ignorance in computers though I have been
>>> using them since years...
>>>
>>> Thanking you,
>>>
>>> S.Sampath Raj Rao.
>>>
>>>
>>> On 6/30/15, sazid shaik <ashwaqahmed.nlr at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> sir, thanks for your detailed explanation.
>>>>
>>>> On 6/29/15, Him Prasad Gautam <drishtibachak at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> hi,
>>>>> very simple. It recognizes the character by its code number.
>>>>> and regarding to which font the character belongs, it is determined by
>>>>> the selection of a
>>>>> font by the text typist. When you type any letter, you type it in any
>>>>> one of the available fonts.
>>>>>  If the active application has a font choosing option, computer
>>>>> remembers what letter you typed and in which font too.
>>>>>
>>>>> Just some one recognizes you by your face or your voice and he/she
>>>>> also know in which dress you are.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regarding to capital and small, they have different code number. For
>>>>> example 66 is the code number of capital B and 98 is the code number
>>>>> of small b.
>>>>> Easy to recognize, is not it?
>>>>>
>>>>> On 6/29/15, sampath raj rao <sampath.4187 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Hi sir, I am clear to some extent but it pops a question in my mind
>>>>>> how come the computer differentiate the font for the displaying in
>>>>>> different design/ faces for the same letter if the unicode is going to
>>>>>> be the same for all fonts of a particular letter.
>>>>>> For instance, if the unicode of "b" is 66, then when we type the
>>>>>> letter 'b' how does the computer know whether it is ariel font or
>>>>>> times new roman? capital or small?
>>>>>> Here I m struck out now...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanking you,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> S.Sampath Raj Rao.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 6/28/15, Him Prasad Gautam <drishtibachak at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>> hi,
>>>>>>> you raised such a question whose answer makes more clear about the
>>>>>>> non
>>>>>>> Unicode fonts.
>>>>>>> 1. Sampat>
>>>>>>> what is the role of font?
>>>>>>> Him>
>>>>>>> The font is simply a  variety of letter faces. It is like a fashion
>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>> a person. You can say that it is a variety of design of the same
>>>>>>> letter. Its sole role is to give a various look of alphabets for a
>>>>>>> sited person. For example, the main heading text in different look
>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>> the body text in different look etc.
>>>>>>> 2. Sampat>
>>>>>>> we have many fonts like ariel, times new roman and so on for the same
>>>>>>> letter 'a' so will
>>>>>>> there be different numbered code
>>>>>>> Him>
>>>>>>> In English or say in Latin letters, there is always the same code
>>>>>>> number to a particular alphabet. For example, the capital letter B
>>>>>>> has
>>>>>>> a code number of 66 every where irrespective of the font design. That
>>>>>>> is why there is no conflict with English Fonts and screen reader
>>>>>>> recognizes each font texts. But unfortunately, in our case; I mean
>>>>>>> for
>>>>>>> the fonts of relative languages from Burma to Pakistan and Maldives
>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>> Tibet; this standard coding system is not followed. Each fontographer
>>>>>>> i.e. font developer had given a rule less code number to a particular
>>>>>>> alphabet what number he/she likes. That is the reason of my
>>>>>>> explanation to Rajesh that even a functional conversion tool in one
>>>>>>> font may not work in another font.
>>>>>>> In brief, if the answer of your second question is yes, then it is
>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>> non Unicode system and if the answer is no; it can be understood it
>>>>>>> as
>>>>>>> a Unicode system.
>>>>>>> You can take Unicode as a universal code to a particular letter
>>>>>>> whatever the font.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On 6/28/15, sampath raj rao <sampath.4187 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>> Hi sir, then what is the role of font? for instance, we have many
>>>>>>>> font
>>>>>>>> like ariel, times new roman and so on for the same letter 'a' so
>>>>>>>> will
>>>>>>>> there be different numbered code for each font of the same letter?
>>>>>>>> please explain...
>>>>>>>> Thank you,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On 6/27/15, sazid shaik <ashwaqahmed.nlr at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> yes, thanks for detailed explanation.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> regards,
>>>>>>>>> sazid
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On 6/27/15, Him Prasad Gautam <drishtibachak at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> hi,
>>>>>>>>>> Basically Unicode is a technical term.
>>>>>>>>>> It is related to the fundamental  theory of computer.
>>>>>>>>>> to be crystal clear, you must have a basic knowledge of the
>>>>>>>>>> foundation
>>>>>>>>>> in which the computer  technology stands. If you have no knowledge
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> how a computer works in background, if i wrote an essay explaining
>>>>>>>>>> it,
>>>>>>>>>> perhaps you may not understand it even.
>>>>>>>>>> In brief:
>>>>>>>>>> 1. Computer understands only a code of numbers but not letters.
>>>>>>>>>> 2. Since computers understands only numbers, and no thing more, to
>>>>>>>>>> introduce a letter to a computer we have to input the code number
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> that particular letter like recognizing you with your id number
>>>>>>>>>> instead of your name.
>>>>>>>>>> 3. to understand in better way, Take an alphabet just like your
>>>>>>>>>> name
>>>>>>>>>> and the word Unicode as like your id number or your roll number.
>>>>>>>>>> if you understand these key points, you may understand the term
>>>>>>>>>> uni
>>>>>>>>>> code.
>>>>>>>>>> now, you must be clear:
>>>>>>>>>> 1. each letter must be expressed in its code number.
>>>>>>>>>> 2. There must be a numbering method like 65  for letter A, , 66
>>>>>>>>>> for
>>>>>>>>>> B,
>>>>>>>>>> 67 for c etc.
>>>>>>>>>> 3. Now, , Unicode refers the way of giving the numbers to the
>>>>>>>>>> alphabets of different languages.
>>>>>>>>>> For example, if the number given to the English alphabets is not
>>>>>>>>>> given
>>>>>>>>>> to the Hindi alphabets, or the numbers given to Hindi alphabets is
>>>>>>>>>> not
>>>>>>>>>> given to the Punjabi letters or the number given to Punjabi
>>>>>>>>>> letters
>>>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>>>> not given to Bengali letters and so on; it must be understood as a
>>>>>>>>>> Uni
>>>>>>>>>> Code system.
>>>>>>>>>> If the number of a language alphabets is repeated in another
>>>>>>>>>> language
>>>>>>>>>> alphabets like the code number of Hindi ka, kha, ga, gha have the
>>>>>>>>>> same
>>>>>>>>>> number of The code number of English letters A, B, C, D, ...; then
>>>>>>>>>> it
>>>>>>>>>> is non-Uni code.
>>>>>>>>>> ****
>>>>>>>>>> few more words why non-Unicode texts are inaccessible to screen
>>>>>>>>>> reader.
>>>>>>>>>> Now, I believe that you know:
>>>>>>>>>> In non uni code system, the code number of letter of different
>>>>>>>>>> language is repeated.
>>>>>>>>>> For example,  if the code number of English alphabets A, B, C,
>>>>>>>>>> D...
>>>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>>>> same with that of Hindi ka, kha,ga, gha..., computer does not
>>>>>>>>>> understand which language alphabet these code  number belong.
>>>>>>>>>> It is like a headmaster unable to recognize the particular student
>>>>>>>>>> if
>>>>>>>>>> some one reported only the roll number but did not said  either
>>>>>>>>>> class
>>>>>>>>>> or section.
>>>>>>>>>> If the school has an unique roll number system  with no repeat in
>>>>>>>>>> another class, the headmaster can pin point the student because
>>>>>>>>>> there
>>>>>>>>>> is only one student with that roll number.
>>>>>>>>>> Same case prevails to the screen reader to recognize the alphabets
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> non uni code system. If it does not recognize the letters, there
>>>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>>>> no
>>>>>>>>>> question of speaking it.
>>>>>>>>>> Hope you are clear now.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On 6/27/15, Nirmal Verma <nirmalkatara at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> Hi Him
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> NCERT stands for national council of educational research and
>>>>>>>>>>> training.
>>>>>>>>>>> Books are highly recommended for many exams. Books are availavle
>>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>>> pdf
>>>>>>>>>>> on
>>>>>>>>>>> ncert website. Fonts are mixed.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Nirmal
>>>>>>>>>>> On 27-Jun-2015 2:29 pm, "Him Prasad Gautam"
>>>>>>>>>>> <drishtibachak at gmail.com>
>>>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> hi,
>>>>>>>>>>>> What does NCERT stands for?
>>>>>>>>>>>> How much useful of ncert books for  Vi persons?
>>>>>>>>>>>>  Are all books written in same traditional Hindi font or the
>>>>>>>>>>>> diversity
>>>>>>>>>>>> prevails? Any idea?
>>>>>>>>>>>> What is the format of the files, Ms word or pdf or or anything
>>>>>>>>>>>> else?
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> On 6/26/15, Nirmal Verma <nirmalkatara at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> > Hello All
>>>>>>>>>>>> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> > For unicode version of NCERT books please send me a mail off
>>>>>>>>>>>> > the
>>>>>>>>>>>> > list.
>>>>>>>>>>>> > Please propagate it to all. The matter of non unicode NCERT
>>>>>>>>>>>> > books
>>>>>>>>>>>> > should
>>>>>>>>>>>> > end today.
>>>>>>>>>>>> > Cheers
>>>>>>>>>>>> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> > Nirmal
>>>>>>>>>>>> >  On 26-Jun-2015 9:35 am, "Mohit Gupta"
>>>>>>>>>>>> > <mohitchand60 at gmail.com>
>>>>>>>>>>>> > wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> dear friends,
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> We should approach to NCERT. We appeal them to provide hindi
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> books
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> in
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> unicode format.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> On 6/25/15, Him Prasad Gautam <drishtibachak at gmail.com>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > hi Rajesh,
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Be clear:
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > there are only two types of possibilities.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > 1. manual typing in Hindi Unicode  by reading the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > traditional
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > font
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > texts. Naturally, this option is not practical because it
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > needs
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > lots
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > of time and labor.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > 2. use of ANSI to Unicode conversion tools.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > This second option is the preferred one and perhaps your
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > mail
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > is
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > to
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > look such way out.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > However as easy as to say a conversion , conversely more
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > difficult
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > to
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > get such universal tools.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > If the text contains two or more non-uni coded fonts text
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > within
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > a
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > file/page/para/sentence, things become bit headache.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Further
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > more,
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > if
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the used non-unicoded fonts are of different character
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > location;
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > conversion can may be an utopia in many cases.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the referred tool may work if the font for which the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > converter
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > is
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > developed and the font of your files have identical key
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > location.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > In brief, the fonts addressed in such conversion tools and
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > font
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > of
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the converting text must coincide.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > There are many non Unicode Hindi fonts in circulation. It
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > is
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > not
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > only
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > non-Unicode in nature, but there is diversification too.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > In net, you can find many such tools. Most of them have two
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > text
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > boxes; in one you have to type or paste the non Unicode
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > text
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > and
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > corresponding unicode text appears in the next text box.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > try to search in google.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Though not much idea, kruti to mangal is the most use tool
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > for
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Hindi.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > You can get other such tools too.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > But be crystal clear about the complexity of fonts used in
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > your
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > text
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > files and the tools made for a particular fonts!
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > I myself have developed such conversion, and it works about
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > 12
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Nepali
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > non unicode font texts, but there about two hundred fonts
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > in
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > society!
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > It is not possible to have one to one conversion for each
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > fonts!
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Only God knows who uses what!
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > This is the gravity of the problem in case of any
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > converting
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > tool
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > is
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > available in workable mode.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Otherwise, manual type is the last option.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > On 6/25/15, Asudani, Rajesh <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> Thank you, I wil.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> But isn't there any online service where I may send the
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> files
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> and
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> download
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> the converted ones?
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> राजेश आसुदानी Rajesh Asudani
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> AGM
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> बाजार आसूचना ईकाई MIU
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> Reserve Bank of India
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> On
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> Behalf
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> Subject: Re: [AI] Converting non unicode to unicode
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> sir download this converter
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> https://www.dropbox.com/sh/iiqfj0n73ibob7b/AABf_4gFwSiYpF3GgrtFpwJsa?dl=0
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> On 6/25/15, Asudani, Rajesh <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> Friends
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> I want to convert non unicode hindi material to unicode
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> for
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> our
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> dear
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> JAWS
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> to
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> read.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> How to do it?
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> I was surprised to know that even NCERT books are in
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> non-unicode
>>>>>>>>>>>> font
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> which
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> JAWS does not read.
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> (Rajesh Asudani)
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> AGM
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> MIU
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> Reserve Bank of India
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> Nagpur
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> 0712 2806846
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> VIBEWA
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> Co-Moderator
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>> VIB-India
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >>>
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Him Prasad Gautam
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Kathmandu, Nepal
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> >
>>>>>>>>>>>> >> > Register at the dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing
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>>>>>>>>>>>> >>
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>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>>>>>>> Him Prasad Gautam
>>>>>>>>>>>> Kathmandu, Nepal
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> 2. AI cannot be held liable for any commission/omission based on
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>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Register at the dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing
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>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>>>>> Him Prasad Gautam
>>>>>>>>>> Kathmandu, Nepal
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Register at the dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing
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>>>>>>>>>> 2. AI cannot be held liable for any commission/omission based on
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>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>>> mails
>>>>>>>> sent through this mailing list..
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>> Him Prasad Gautam
>>>>>>> Kathmandu, Nepal
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Register at the dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing
>>>>>>> accessibility
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>>>>>>> mobile phones / Tabs on:
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>>>>>>> of
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>>>>>>> mails
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>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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>>>>>>
>>>>>> 2. AI cannot be held liable for any commission/omission based on the
>>>>>> mails
>>>>>> sent through this mailing list..
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Him Prasad Gautam
>>>>> Kathmandu, Nepal
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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>>>>> of
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>>>>> mails
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>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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>>>>
>>>
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>>> mails
>>> sent through this mailing list..
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Him Prasad Gautam
>> Kathmandu, Nepal
>>
>>
>>
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>>
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>> sent through this mailing list..
>>
>
>
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> sent through this mailing list..
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-- 
Him Prasad Gautam
Kathmandu, Nepal



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