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March 2008, Tea Break »

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From the ubiquitous stationary stationery shop to the fatal promises of dry cleaners who promise to do a great job …

Classroom Update, March 2008 »

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Usha Raman
Last year’s Nobel Peace Prize brought an important issue into the limelight – climate change and global warming, interrelated issues that have taken up a lot of space and time in the mass media.

Comment, March 2008 »

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Remediana Rodrigues e Dias
As a special educator, I find it inspiring to see what happens when we don’t divide people.

March 2008, Notes from a Teacher's Diary »

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Roselin Anthony
Every year as the school season begins, my search for a child who can help me better myself also begins.

March 2008, Primary Pack »

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Usha Raman
Kindergarten and lower primary teachers know how much children enjoy taking things apart, getting their fingers messy, and cutting and tearing paper.

March 2008, Project »

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Swapna Mirashi
The last decade has seen a vast change in the way we live, work, think about and use money.

March 2008, Resources »

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Frederick Noronha
The World Wide Web is a tool with immense potential; it allows for collaboration and sharing information in a way that was never possible before.

March 2008, Words Unlimited »

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S Upendran
Although the Bible tells you to love your neighbour, there are times when you find it humanly impossible to do so.

Last Word, March 2008 »

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Zeba Raziunnisa
When I say Hyderabad has it all and I enjoy a terrific time here, I meet with quite a few surprised looks.

Forum, March 2008 »

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Not quite poster material
I have two comments to make regarding your January issue: one, the poster was a total let-down. …