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Walking the tight rope
Stranger in the closet
A film on friendship, imagination, and unabashedly about love...
In the land of elves
The small-made, big-eared elves of folklore...Do you know where they live? In Hafnarfjordur!
Where time stands still...
How would you know the time if there were no clocks? Would the sun be of any help?
No namby-pamby heroine
A tribute to Millie Benson, creator of Nancy Drew, the spunky girl detective who enthralled millions of readers around the world.
A walk in any shrub jungle of the Nilgiris can prove interesting.
Beneath the Banyan boughs
New stories from the Banyan...
Testing your mettle
Would you like to study in the U.K., Australia or New Zealand? Then you have to do the IELTS.
"Rosy," mused Kitty "what an odd name for a dull brown dog and that too a male! Isn't it funny?"
Vultures are on the brink of extinction. What can we do to protect this bird of prey?
On October 17, 2001, the Department of Posts issued a set of four stamps depicting four Panchatantra stories. Each stamp has two single pieces divided by perforation (Setenant) and each piece is valued at Rs. 4. The stories depicted are "The ...
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