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Pinniti Varalakshmi targets Murthy
Visakhapatnam, August 25, 2004

At a function organized to mark the inauguration of the new premises of the urban unit of the Telugu Desam party on Wednesday saw the supporters of a former city MLA, Pinniti Varalakshmi criticizing the former MP and senior party leader, MVVS Murthy for not inviting their leader to the program. Despite protests by the followers of the MLA for not inviting the function, he urged them that the invitation might not have reached her and asked to strengthen the party cadre.

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Vision Aid Charitable Services Society to create better awareness on eye-care
Visakhapatnam, August 25, 2004

According to Indian Medical Council of Medical research, about 35 crore Indians suffer from visual disabilities of which low vision represents a unique dimension. The World Health Organization is one of the views that the vision related problems are increasing particularly in developing countries.

Lack of awareness and non availability of specialized facilities aggravate the problem among the rural poor. The city based Vision Aid Charitable Services Society intends to address these problems. They would examine the patients with low vision and explore the possibility of improving their condition through aid devices and rehabilitation. The society will also distribute proved products and provide specially designed services at low vision centres.

Around twenty five percent of the products and services are offered free to the poor. The Vision Aid has entered an MoU with the LV Prasad Eye Institute which is to help in the establishment of a Vision Aid Centre in Visakhapatnam.

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