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The Tamil Nadu Science Forum and Crea Children's Academy Matriculation School, Nagamangalam


The Tamil Nadu Science Forum and Crea Children's Academy Matriculation School, Nagamangalam in Tiruchi district jointly organised a programme on Hiroshima, the Japanese city which was destroyed by an atom bomb six decades ago. A poster exhibition was inaugurated by the school pupil leader, R. Sai Prashanthi. "Hiroshima — A Mother's Prayer. A short film was also screened to create an awareness among the students on the evils of the war and the destructive power of an atom bomb.

The school sports captain, K. Jagadesh led the round of anti-war slogan shouting. The students displayed badges that had the messages "peace-no war", "A for amity — not for atom bomb", "B for brotherhood — not for bombs", "Gandhiji is our leader — non-violence is our policy", "stop wars-grow peace" and ``we want a peaceful earth".

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