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Thursday, November 14, 2002
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A horse ride is one of the happiest activities for a child. Kochi has just one place to try this out. Suresh and his loyal horse Jack, who are at the Bolghatty Palace Hotel. TANYA ABRAHAM gets the story out from the horse's mouth.
Broken families, lack of education, feeling of being neglected, have all contributed to juvenile delinquency. Most of the children fall into the web of crime, pushing their lives into the dark cells of Observation Homes. MAJU SAMUEL takes a look at o ne of these homes, the conditions, the lives of the inmates and caretakers there.
THIS YEAR around HBO has made every attempt to make it `simply the best' for kids. With six exciting movies starting from 9.30 am to 9.30 pm on 14th November, children's day, the channel is all set to glue kids to their remotes. Start the day ...
For long, the South has been the toughest Ranji Trophy zones in the country. The Kerala cricketers now get a chance to prove themselves in the Plate Group, a match between equals, says STAN RAYAN.
MANY THINGS Rajasthani came alive at the Taj Residency, Kochi last week. There was entertainment, food and bangles, all from that State of many colours. The puppet show at the Rajasthani Exhibition (It started on the November 2 and will go on ...
KNIFE IN Water or Underwater Fish Trade is a segment of a larger work done earlier. A poignant expression of a society on the verge of breaking down, it testifies that the annihilation has not always been of its own making. The "State sponsored ...
Over 2000 Indian school students last week participated in an event, the like of which has never been seen in this country. It was an experience shared by Roshna, Rohini, and 45 other Class 12 students from Bangalore's National Public School. And ...
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