[AI] DTH entertainment services!

Mahesh Narasimhan maheshdel88 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 04:14:35 PDT 2015

Dear George Sir,

Great point you have shared! I would like to share a suggestion. With
the growing demand for the DTH services, the remote controls can have
a couple of extra buttons on it which would be integrated with the
whole system. One button can be used to switch over the interactive
voice and the other button can help us in repeating the highlighted
message. Rest all the buttons can continue doing the existing

This would be helpful not only for visually impaired persons, but it
would be of great help to the senior citizens of the country as well.

If convincing, I believe this matter must be escalated to the highest level.

"Good friendship is like the relationship between  eye & hand! If the
hand is hurt, the eye will cry! & when the eye cries, the hand will
wipe the tears"

With best regards,
Mahesh Narasimhan
Mobile: +91-9899353960
E-mail: maheshdel88 at gmail.com
Skype: maheshdel88

On 7/12/15, George Abraham <george at eyeway.org> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I use Tata Ski at home. With each new set top box, I have been finding it
> more and more difficult to navigate the menus. Not sure if the Tata Ski
> promoters consider us blind people as stakeholders.  When I started with
> Tata Ski, I could get to the channels I wanted easily thanks to the
> favourite feature. Sadly, with technological advancement and the more
> sophisticated the digitisation has become, the more difficult it has become
> to navigate. What is the state with other DTH services?
> Given the nation's rush towards digitisation, I am not sure how great it is
> going to be for us. On the one hand digital India holds great promise for
> us, but if the digitisation process does not consider us as stakeholders,
> then we are in for deep trouble.
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