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Cormorant Fishing

BY planet j team
Cormorants love fish. But what is cormorant fishing? You might wonder. It is a traditional Japanese river fishing method in which trained cormorants are used to catch fresh water fishes. The method has been practiced for nearly 1300 years.

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Valley of Flowers

According to legend, when the Pandavas were on their way to Swargarohan where they were to take samadhi, Draupadi saw an exquisite flower floating in a river. She asked Bhima to find out where it had come from.

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Ballet Shoes for Anna

Ballet Shoes for Anna  is based on the great earthquake in Turkey. The story centres around three young children, Francesco, Augustus and Anna as they try to find their bearings after the shock of the earthquake.

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Money matters

THE Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India provides people with life insurance cover. It is a contract that gives a pre-determined amount to the person assured or his nominee. In case of an unforeseen event such as an illness the amount is paid to the applicant.

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A champ in the making

by Maria Fernandes
“I am going to try my level best to become No 1 this year,” says Abigail Cunha, a 9 year-old tennis player and a standard V student of Sharada Mandir School, Miramar, very honestly. In the year 2011-12 Abigail was ranked 2nd in Goa in the Under 10(Mini Cadets) category and 3rd in the Under 12 category.

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Daredevil Driver

Fernando Alonso was born on July 29, 1981, in Oviedo, Spain. He started riding karts when he was three years old. From a junior regional champion, Alonso went a level up and won two different regional championships when he was just nine.

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Podcars in Amritsar

The Punjab government has begun work on the world’s largest urban Passenger Rapid Transport system in Amritsar. The system will feature ultra-pods, electric battery powered vehicles that can comfortably carry four passengers as well as their luggage.

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World’s Smallest Frog

Not very long back researchers found what they believed to be the world’s smallest vertebrate ever. This little creature was discovered when scientists took a few leaves from the forest floor in Papua New Guinea and tossed them in a bag.

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