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Saturday, March 15, 2003
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Green is beautiful
We need to look around and find out what happened to the trees in our neighbourhood. This World Forestry Day (March 21) see what you can do to save our trees.
Back to nature
A holiday when Raghu learnt a lot... about trees and the need to protect them.
Beating exam blues
Now that the dreaded exams are here, how do students handle it? To help them overcome this, The Hindu as part of its Newspaper in Education programme organised a meet in Thiruvananthapuram on how to cope.
Dazzler on stamps
The latest omnibus issue from the West Indies has been the one to commemorate the 100th test match at Lord's. Nine countries came out with a set of stamps and souvenir sheet each in the build up to the second test match of the England-West Indies ...
For the tiger
Tiger ambassadors from across the country participated in the Kids for Tigers National camp at Ranthambhore, Rajasthan, recently. They not only had a wonderful time but also learned a lot.
We too can feel
"The other life form does not look like us. We the humans live like rats. There is no law here...
With their compact bodies, large heads and prominent beaks, kingfishers cut a striking figure. All of them are brightly coloured, some in glistening chestnuts and blues, others in more sober silver and black. They come in two body forms; with ...
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