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Saturday, March 13, 2004
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Sounds of the sea|
For the second year in succession the Naval Symphonic Band enthralled the audience in Jaipur with its invigorating and inspiring music.
Lights! Camera! Action!
A versatile personality, he won the Cannes Film Festival award in 1956 for his first film, "Pather Panchali", and enchanted readers with his detective Feluda.
Choose the winner
The Millennium Declaration set up eight goals to be achieved by 2015. This included Child Rights. On November 20, 1989, the United Nations Organisation (U.N.) drew up the Convention on the Rights of the Child (for those aged up to 18 years), ...
Magical Stories for 6 year olds by Helen Paiba published by Macmillan, Rs.119.25 Doctor Dolittle in Trouble by Hugh Lofting published by Red Fox, Rs.102.60 Home Farm Friends by Jenny Oldfield published ...
Adventure and more
From Amu the elephant, to cooking, to adventure sports, these books are sure to keep you reading.
The Elo system of rating
The Elo system, named after its designer Professor Arpad Elo, is used to determine the relative strengths of chess players on a numeric scale. An International Grandmaster (GM) has to achieve a rating of more than 2500, and an International ...
India a new magic
Our new leaders need to be honest, educated and love their nation; Published here are select responses from children across the country on what they expect of their new leaders.
Spirit of sacrifice
Leaders must have qualities like honesty, efficiency, loyalty and the spirit of sacrifice. Promises are made to be kept and not to be broken After having been elected, they should sincerely try to alleviate the sufferings of the people by ...
The new government will have to stop huge catastrophes like the Gujarat riots. I hope it is not corrupt. I hope the government builds houses for the poor. There has been a good sign before the elections; India has extended the hand of ...
Sunny days ahead
I expect a bright, warm, sunny day for India where there is no crime, where there is peace, where there is no poverty, where there is prosperity, where there is equality, where there is honesty, where there is no corruption, where there ...
Keep your promises
I expect our new leaders to keep their promises. And also to reduce the number of strikes which incur great loss to the country. I hope our new leaders will pay more attention to free education and help the poor by giving them quality education. ...
My India, my leaders
Every child in India should be given an education. People living below the poverty line must be helped. The environment needs to be taken care of. There should be immediate measures to control the population explosion. I expect India to be free ...
Rid us of...
I expect the elderly and experienced leaders to be truthful, honest and determined. Instead of raising communal, racial and individual issues they should concentrate on issues like poverty, illiteracy, and child labour, unemployment, pollution, ...
Education and peace
Good relations should be maintained with all nations, particularly with neighbouring countries. J Pratyusha
VI 'B', Sri Vidya Mandir School Mohan Nagar, Salem. ...
Ration rice without adulteration, city without pollution, transport without accidents, life without communalism...
We want our leaders to work for the good of our country. We would like them to build schools to educate the poor children, build more houses so that every person has a roof above his head. We would like our leaders to organise planting more trees ...
Undoubtedly India is advancing; our metros, cities and a good number of towns have improved considerably. But a lot is to be done for our rural sector where nearly 70 per cent of our friends live. Every effort should be made by our leaders to ...
Our new leaders should be good, energetic, sincere and effective. We need leaders who will not misuse power for their personal benefits. We need people who can work sincerely to remove poverty and unemployment. Shreya Suresh K T X -D ...
The dawn of the millennium witnessed India as a emerging global giant. Let's make India politically stable, vote for good leaders, so that by 2010 no one is unemployed and no one sleep hungry. Let's make India shine forever. Prithvi Pal ...
Poverty, ignorance and corruption have destroyed all our values. These evils need to be rooted out.
IX B, Kendriya Vidyalaya, A.F.S. Bidar
Leaders who want to make an improvement to the nation need to work together without fighting.
VIII, Gitanjali School, Hyderabad.
Our leaders need to be honest. Their motto should be "Public before party and politics". S.LAKSHMI PRIYA, Balagi Gardens, Srirangam, Tiruchi A leader should be truthful and educated. Harini Padmanabhan VI C Holy Angels, ...
|Sense & Nonsense|
If, by some magic, all matter from earth's surface were to be wiped out, leaving just threadworms behind, a giant sphere would still envelope the globe! For threadworms are by far the most plentiful group of many-celled animals, greatly ...
|Young World Quiz|
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