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Saturday, June 15, 2002
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Ringing in a change
Flowers from the past
The Liaoning province in China is definitely a magical place, an Eldorado for palaeontologists: a fossilised book telling tales of species ruling the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. There, the most nicely preserved remains of bird-dinosaurs can ...
In the summertime
How did you spend your vacation? No doubt you attended camps and went on picnics too. Here's what the children in Mumbai did...
Treasure chest of stories
Stories that take you on a journey through forests and towns, palaces and passes, mountains and rivers, the past and the present...
Bard for all time
His birth and death anniversaries fall on April 23. Shakespeare, one of Britain's most illustrious sons, has been immortalised by his works.
Fishey tree climber
These fish, as the name indicates, live in mud-flats along the river mouths along the Indian coastline. They are small, hardly nine or 10 inches long but have a long scientific name, Periophthalmus koelreuteri. They are air-breathing ...
Shakespeare homework helper
Do you want help with your homework on Shakespeare? Then log on...
Walking to freedom
It was a moment in history when Gogo voted for the first time in her life at the age of 100. For the struggle for freedom is long and hard.
Railway to the sky
The cogwheel railway takes you up into the Alpine heights. An exhilarating ride...
On the move
Trains and locomotives are a favourite subject for thematic stamp collectors. There are even special associations the world over for philatelists who specialise on the collection of stamps concerning Railways. Togo, a North African country ...
Volunteers from the People for Animals rescued horses from the Marina Beach, Chennai.They conducted six rescues over a period of six months. The PFA and the Madras Veterinary College, conducted horse vet camps on the beach. This involved advising ...
General Science Crossword 002
Across: 1. Organic compound containing a double bond and a hydroxyl group (4); 3. Backward pressure of gases in a boiler (4-4); 9. Growing or living close to the ground; with cotyledons above ground (7); 10. An organic compound containing ...
Vasudha, is a supplement on biodiversity, meant for children. It was released with the June issue of Chandamama. Vasudha, was released by National Foundation for India (NFI), Kalpavriksh and Chandamama India Limited . The ...
Bamboos are grasses masquerading as trees, with stems buried underground and branches sticking out in the air. Many grass species sprout with the rain, and seed and die en-mass as the monsoon draws to a close. Many bamboo species too enact this ...
Study of social work is all about personal qualities and mindsets. It is about understanding people and working with them, for them.
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