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Friday, November 25, 2005
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Treasure trove of natural history
Help to break the silence
November 19 was World Day for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. A musical and a poster exhibition were organised to create awareness and help raise a voice.
WORLD OF SCIENCE
Atom bombs and videos
Some interesting discoveries that happened in November.
At the end of the season, it was a combination of fast, smart and safe driving that made Alonso the 2005 F1 king.
Was Nero the witch's cat?
Everyone said that Nero brought bad luck and he was a witch's cat. But Nero was puzzled.
Explore and learn
Three books about Science.
Listen to the voice
Simple and concise, this audiobook brings alive the life of Gandhiji.
Butterflies and moths belong to the order Lepidoptera (derived from the Greek words Lepis meaning scale and pteron meaning wing) under the class Insecta which is one of the largest classes of the animal ...
Spot the difference
There are 12 differences in these two drawings. Can you find them?
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