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Saturday, June 12, 2004
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At home... for another year!
Perfect in books
Blyton, Brent-Dyer and others romanticised the idea of life in the boarding school.
Never too late for school
Age did not deter a 55-year-old Nepali mother of five to take up studies in a village in Damaouli district. Sita Ghimire passed Std. I and was ready to continue her studies with her daughters, said Bijayaraj Pokharel, headmaster of the school ...
Continents on the move
Earth scientists believe that long ago there was just one super continent, which was surrounded by one super ocean.
Creating the common man
Laxman loved the illustrated magazines that arrived at his home in Mysore, from London by sea mail!
Breaking away from tradition the Barbizon school believed that nature should be painted as one saw it.
After Nathan's father and mother split up, Nathan moves up to Cornwall with his mother under protest. He misses his father and he misses his best friend. Each day he sulks about not being able to see them. But one day, walking in ...
Adventure at Moonacre
Penniless at 13, Maria Merryweather has to leave London. Life in the country proves exciting, scary and romantic.
Glimpse of India
Essays and poems that talk about the India that Bond loves.
Into the Forbidden Kingdom
Kate and her grandson Alexander are off on another exciting trip.
Beauty on wings
In 1961, Czechoslovakia issued stamps portraying butterflies. The first stamp with 30 Haleru denomination depicts Apollo (parnassius apollo) butterfly. The butterfly is seen in mountain and sub alpine meadows; in northern Europe. The ...
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