When the Deaf can Hear a film in their Language
Mid-day | 13th August, 2023
🌟 Proud Moment! 🙌 We are thrilled to announce that ISH News has been featured in the prestigious news outlet Midday, highlighting our unwavering commitment to creating an inclusive world.
Bringing cinema to the Deaf community, we translated the iconic movie 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' into Indian Sign Language, opening doors for a truly immersive cinematic experience. The response has been overwhelming, with Deaf individuals across India coming together to watch the movie in large numbers.
This success builds on our dedication to accessibility. Prior to this milestone, we've released 5 impactful movies in Indian Sign Language, all of which received a heartwarming response from the Deaf Community. Our collective efforts are shaping an inclusive future where everyone has equal access to entertainment, information, and beyond.
Thank you, Midday, for recognizing our mission and sharing it with the world. Together, we'll keep breaking barriers, fostering empathy, and embracing diversity. 🎬🤟
Special Masks for the Deaf in India
Times Of India | 20th July, 2020
Amid this current pandemic, the Deaf Population in India face a another problem! Times Of India has written a very interesting article with input from ISH News Team & their family about why good quality clear masks and basic knowledge of Indian Sign Language are needed at this time.
Stay safe and healthy!
News channel exclusively by deaf person for deaf people.
Gomantak Times, Goa | 2nd April, 2019
Mr. Alok Kejriwal Gomantak Times published an article regarding the Founder & CEO of ISH News. Watch our video for its complete translation in Indian SIgn Language.
Online news channel for India's 1.8 crore deaf people signs in
Times of India, Mumbai | 2nd April, 2019
ISH News is extremely honoured to be featured in an article by The Times of India on 2nd April 2019. The article was headlined “Online News Channel for India's 1.8 Crore Deaf People Signs in”. We are extremely thankful for the support of all our viewers and promise to continue working hard for the Deaf community.