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Sunday, June 26, 2011
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Irrational and demoralising?
Increasing the number of quality institutions may be one way out of the current impasse.
The high cut-offs could make students select new but promising disciplines they wouldn't have considered before.
Skill vs. consistency
Cut-offs may be convenient but not adequate as writing an exam is merely a skill…
‘Some things only literature can do'
With her second novel, The Memory of Love, winning accolades, Aminatta Forna opens up about writing and more.
‘Music is my passion'
Sri Lankan musician Soundarie David, also a specialist in Intellectual Property Law, muses on how music touches every aspect of her life.
Shades of black in Kaziranga
A trip to this sanctuary is like a dream come true, and you will also start believing “If it's not here, it's nowhere; if it's anywhere, it is here….
Turn off that TV
Does your child have virtual friends rather than real ones? It may be time to tune into your child.
THE GROWING YEARS
Play is children's work...
...said psychologist Edward Zigler. When will we realise the value of unfettered play time for our children?
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