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WORLD OF SCIENCE
Estuaries carry nutrients necessary for the growth of aquatic plants and animals.
He created the inter galactic star wars
George Lucas wanted to become a race driver. But fate decreed otherwise.
Unforgettable birthday win
Rafael Nadal couldn't have received a better gift after comprehensively outplaying the world number one in four sets at the French Open last week.
In 1987, while celebrating the 40th anniversary of the FAO, Nicaragua, issued a set of stamps featuring types of fleshy tropical fruits. It featured the cashew - Anacardium occidentale - C$1, a common name for a tropical evergreen ...
Young World Quiz (June 10, 2005)
4. In which Asterix adventure does one get an explanation to the missing nose of the Sphinx at Giza? 5. In Harry Potter, where is Gilderoy Lockhart currently working on regaining his memory? 6. What did the Norse God, Odin, trade one of his ...
Answer to Young World Quiz (June 10, 2005)
I agree with the article "Selling Education" that appeared on page 3 (Delhi) on April 27. The world has become a big market for selling education and we need to scrutinise the reputation of the coaching centres before joining them. The charges of ...
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