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Back-To-School Holiday Lessons

As many children in western nations gear up to return to school in September, children in India have been back in their classrooms since the start of their academic year in July. Returning to classrooms after weeks of getting to roam outside is never easy, but the children in India often welcome...

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Sneha Spreads Greenery

Sneha is in the seventh standard at a government high school in Goa. She lives with her father, mother and three younger sisters. The only source of income for her family is from her father, who is a driver. Even though they are all grateful that he is employed, the pay is meager for a family of...

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Fireworks Of HoPE

Fireworks were invented in ancient China in the 7th century to scare away evil spirits with natural applications of gunpowder. Rather than being scary, as intended, they were dazzlingly beautiful and an instant hit with people from all walks of life. They are still a hit throughout many nations,...

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World Forestry Day

We usually think of a forest as a group of trees, but it is a complex, living community. Beneath the forest canopy dwell interdependent populations of plants and animals, while the soil that forms the forest floor contains a large variety of invertebrates, bacteria, and fungi, all of which play an...

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