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Saturday, June 29, 2002
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In the seat of power
Rolls and reels
It was an enriching experience for the participants of the TV art workshop.This was conducted in Thiruvananthapuram as part of The Hindu Young World's Newspaper in Education programme.
Is there a bright spark in you?
Derek O'Brien is currently hunting for bright children. According to Derek, they are all around us. "Unfortunately we don't take notice of them," says Derek. So how does Derek propose to tap "brightness" in children? He along with his team has ...
In 1991, DPR Korea issued a series of stamps on different horses. The Equus caballus (10 won stamp) has evolved over a period of sixty million years. Named after the Russian explorer who studied them, Prezewalski's (30 won stamp) have no ...
From the ashes of Mount Fuji
People climb Mount Fuji early in the morning, hoping to catch the sunrise from the peak.
People tend to scoff at vegetarians, calling them nuts. But the fact is that being vegetarian means being healthy. These days even doctors advise a vegetarian diet for healthy living. The British Medical Association has released a report stating ...
With her novels, Pearl Buck unveiled the mystery that was China.
On School Day students of Standards IV and V staged two dramas in Tamil titled "What's in a name?" and "Experience of villagers in the city." The children took part in a colourful dance too.
For every group of organisms living on earth today, 20 have vanished forever. One such group that bid goodbye sixty five million years ago was Ammonites; spiral shelled, free swimming cousins of squid and octopuses who ruled the seas for ...
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