Monday, 12 October 2009

[creative-radio] City team to stress plight of blind at Wagah


"We want to help initiate community radio stations of and by the blind in
the places that we will visit this Diwali," said Satish Navale, in-charge
of the Braille Vani radio station at the University of Pune, who is
spearheading the visit to Wagah along with a team of 12 sighted and
visually-impaired individuals.


The community radio station that is based inside the University of Pune
premises is an effort at providing educational and occupational
opportunities to the visually impaired. "We are going to air the October
15 programme live on our 107.4 Mhz frequency. We will also be
demonstrating the various programmes our radio station has produced and
aired so far to the public at Wagah border," informed Navale.


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