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Saturday, August 14, 2004
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Magic of freedom
Return of the green giant
Three years after his first big-screen debut, the green and gentle ogre is back, married and now he has to say hello, to his in-laws!
Today's world is one of many opportunities and choices. The Catch Them Young (CTY) programme started by Infosys in 1997 and anchored by its Education and Research Department aims to expose the urban youth to the world of Information Technology ...
Voyage to India
In the early days ocean liners plied between Southampton and Bombay carrying English passengers to India.
Former President Zakir Husain's stories reflect the indomitable spirit of those times.
Peep into the past
Ten stories, from the Stone Age to the Independence Movement, bring alive the past.
Tales to tell
Easy to read stories that are sure to interest.
Water buffaloes stand out amongst the many social animals, sheep and goat, cattle and reindeer, horses and donkeys, which have been successfully domesticated by man. For all the rest herd together merely to hide among others of their own kind. ...
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