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Towards a healthy future
On this World Health Day, April 7, let us focus on health hazards in the places where children live, learn and play, and try to find solutions.
So says Kanchenjunga
How could Kishore save the country and his daughter? The mighty mountain had the answer.
The "mad scientist" is conducting experiments on the Copperleaf pack. What could be the result?
Flowers by the wayside
Walking down the road one morning I noticed that the trees along the avenue had shed some flowers. I examined the corolla of the flowers and saw there were four epipetalous stamens with curved filaments. They were in pairs and while two were ...
To prevent cruelty to animals the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) was established in London in 1840. The organisation has humanitarian ideals and was responsible for the consequent legislation that makes the ...
My brother has his exams coming up and so do I. But the difference is that he is always studying and I hardly do...
Discovering a world under water
Underwater archaeologists don't spend their life locked up in dusty offices under stacks of books... the image we sometimes have of researchers. They are adventurers with a dangerous job!
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