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Saturday, September 06, 2003
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Young World Gandhi Essay contest: Congratulations winners
The response to the contest was overwhelming. We received nearly 3500 entries from all over the country. Essays that were written by adults were rejected in the preliminary selection. A number of essays were extracts from books. Our panellists ...
Quiz times, fun times
Come September and it's time to begin quizzing!
Our forests are being reduced, our water sources contaminated and our flora and fauna under threat. What can we do?
Bridge between generations
September 7 is National Grandparents Day. A day set aside to tell your grandparents how special they are and how much you love them.
To a rousing welcome
Celebrated with great gusto by Keralites the world over, Onam is a time for laughter and fun.
All about sport
A remarkable collection of questions and answers covering a number of games...
The teacher and the taught
When Bharathi called Leela on September 5 to wish her `Happy Teacher's Day', it was also her way of saying `Thank You'.
A recurrent theme on Swedish stamps is the endangered animal species. And the tiger is one of them, fighting for its existence. These two stamps from Sweden depict two female tigers that have grown up in the Swedish countryside. The idea was to ...
Creeping on to land
They look insignificant; flimsy pieces of green tissue clinging to patches of wet ground. But, in reality, liverworts are great innovators of body design, and earliest of conquerors of dry land. Their ancestors were green algae, single cells or, ...
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