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  • Today's news stories are Indian perfume firm off his jobs for the blind, slippery bottle solves a sticky problem.

  • Women prepare for South Pole Trek.

  • Hear, hear the words and phrases for you to then visually impaired, engineered, heading out.

  • That's him or about today's news stories.

  • India has among the largest number of blind people in the world.

  • According to government figures, more than five million people in the country are visually impaired, visually impaired, visually impaired, partially or completely blind.

  • India has among the largest number of blind people in the world.

  • According to government figures, more than five million people in the country are visually impaired.

  • The country has few employment opportunities for them, but now a private firm in Mumbai is training blind.

  • People toe work in perfume and fragrance companies.

  • They tend to be suited to this kind of work because of their keen sense of smell.

  • It's something we've all struggled with.

  • How to get that last drop of ketchup out of the bottle Here it m i t.

  • They've developed this clever new technology.

  • The container has been specially engineered to enable the ketchup or any other sticky liquid to slip out.

  • Easily engineered, engineered, designed and built.

  • It's something we've all struggled with.

  • How to get that last drop of ketchup out of the bottle Here it m I t.

  • They've developed this clever new technology.

  • The container has been specially engineered to enable the ketchup or any other sticky liquid to slip out easily.

  • Scientists coat the inside with a rough surface.

  • They then put a thin layer over it, and they cover that with a liquid, which fills in the troughs and forms of very slippery surface.

  • This coating process could cut huge amounts of waste.

  • The Ice maiden team is heading out across a frozen Norwegian lake at the start of its final training exercise, heading out, heading out.

  • Departing, going in a particular direction.

  • The Ice Maiden team is heading out across a frozen Norwegian lake at the start of its final training exercise in September.

  • These soldiers will begin their historic journey, hoping they'll succeed and inspired a generation of women home for the next few weeks and for the 80 days of the expedition will be a small tent.

  • It'll be the bedroom, living room and kitchen.

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