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Achala Upendran
The rain whistled through the gaps in the windows, dotting the clean white bedspread that lay over the tiny cot.

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Pawan Singh
It was too hot and sunny a day for him to be doing business. He dragged his rickshaw-cart with the hope of turning all that pedalling into a decent livelihood.

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Cheryl Rao
Radha saw Mrs. Sharma through the open door, walking briskly down the corridor, heading towards the Staff Room.

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Usha Raman
There’s a narrow oblong view to the outside world; a grey gravel street on which I can see the heavy wheels of trucks, the flighty, light tyres of mopeds and scooters, the earnest efficient bumpers and treads of a hundred different cars.

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Usha Raman
The first book I remember reading where a teacher was a prominent character was ‘To Sir, With Love’ by E R Braithwaite.

December 2007, Words Unlimited »

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S Upendran
At the end of a long day when you find it difficult to keep your eyes open, you tell your family members that you are going to bed, and bid them ‘good night’.

Comment, December 2007 »

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Jandhyala B G Tilak
By nature education is equitable, and hence when we say education, we are actually referring to equitable education and also quality education.

December 2007, Forum »

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Picture perfect
Our compliments for the excellent cover design. The tiny palms on the cover of the October issue speak volumes …

Classroom Update, December 2007 »

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Kamala Mukunda
Many students find word problem solving difficult right through high school. One approach to helping them is to analyse what strategies successful problem solvers use.

December 2007, Primary Pack »

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All handicrafts have their importance in education because it is easy for children to learn when they do something with their hands.