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The finals of The Hindu Young World All-India Quiz 2004, was a tough fight.
Heart warming tales
Simple stories that are easy to read, fun to read out and lovely to listen to.
All about the men who led India through the ages in the country's most popular sport.
Stories that will have you doubled up with laughter.
Old, yet new
Bhai K's new take on old tales.
Mapping the sea floor
Ready to do an experiment? You'll need two narrow hollow tubes (made out of cardboard preferably), an alarm clock or watch that ticks loudly, a hardbound book, and a table. Balance the book on the table, so that the hardbound cover is standing ...
Especially for children
The Department of Posts issues a special stamp every year, to mark Children's Day. In recent years, the stamps issued on this day are the prize winning entries of the Stamp Design Competitions organised by the Department. The stamp issued in ...
What can I do?
Fifty seven years of freedom, yet, 60 million children under the age of six years live below the poverty line, almost two million die every year before they reach their first birthday and less than half of the country's children between six and ...
Two rich sisters
Once upon a time, there lived two rich sisters. They went to school by car and lived in a big house. They had never seen poor children. They thought all kids to be rich. But one day their car broke down the children waited outside the ...
All the money in the world
If I had a lot of money I will build a school, a place where I can study for half an hour and then teach the children who have not been able to go to big schools. I will buy books for them, and I will not charge a fee. I will also buy new clothes ...
Make a difference
I see many children work in stores, petrol bunks and mechanic shops. It upsets me to see these children working. But what can I do as a child? I asked god to help them and send them to school. I will play with them and share my lunch with ...
Saving for the poor
Many people have a lot of money, but they keep it to themselves. I have money too. But it is with my parents. But can I make a difference. Every month my mother gives me Rs. 5. I save this money. When I see poor people, I give them some money. ...
One school for all
If my maid's child and I were studying in the same school, there will be no difference between us. Because we will be studying and working together. She will in no way be inferior to me. But in this society, the maid's children do not study. ...
A note on CRY
CRY has been working with underprivileged children since 1979. In 25 years, CRY has grown from being the dream of a single individual, to a movement for child rights across India. This movement has been built with the belief that anybody, can ...
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