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Real-Life Mowgli

When Rudyard Kipling created the character of Mowgli, an orphaned boy who was adopted and raised by wolves in the forests of India, he would have never guessed that one day there would be a child that would actually live a similar life.

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The Tale Behind London Bridge

Nursery rhymes are songs or poems sung or chanted by adults to small children. Such rhymes are found in all cultures across the world. Most of these rhymes belong to the oral or folk tradition - which means that they are passed on from person to person, generation to generation by word of mouth and memory.

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Benzer Fernandes: A Voice to Remember

When 14-year old Benzer Fernandes is on stage, the audience laugh, cry, whistle, applaud and ask for an encore. This standard IX student of Sacred Heart of Jesus High School, Carmona, has firmly established himself as the fastest growing singer of the Konkani stage.

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A Bolt of Inspiration

I am Niyati Bharne studying in standard XI in Don Bosco’s Higher Secondary School, Panaji. I have many hobbies just like you. But my favourite hobby is to play.

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Masada- A Mountain Fortress

THE Masada meaning ‘mountain fortress’, is a site standing tall by the Dead Sea in Israel, consisting of ancient palaces and forts. Perched on the top of a rock plateau, it is in the Judean Desert.

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Obsidian Mirror

By Catherine Fisher
Jake can’t take a minute more of boarding school. He knows his father has been murdered and that his best friend and godfather Oberon Venn is to blame.

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The Donkey Monkeys Around

Gopu the donkey was happily going munch munch on an extremely green patch of grass right in the heart of the meadow. So intent was Gopu on eating, that he did not hear anyone approaching until he looked up and gave an involuntary shiver. For standing right in front of him, was Shikari, the wolf.

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