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Turkey Coloring Pages for Kids

Baker Turkey
This Thanksgiving you can choose one of our free printable Turkey coloring page to print and color. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring!This coloring page is a part of a large collection of free printable coloring book pages for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school children...

Another Big Quake for 2010 – Chile

Where: Santiago,ChileMarch 17, 2010 : Chile experienced an 8.8-magnitude on February 27, 2010. Around 700 people lost their lives. This was the fifth strongest earthquake recorded in the world since 1900. The quake struck near Concepcion, Chile's second largest city, where thousands of people were holidaying over the weekend. In neighbouring Argentina, houses and power lines collapsed....

Punch and Spar: Way to go, Mary!

Where: north-eastern state of Manipur, IndiaSeptember 12, 2007 : Mary who? Twenty-five-year-old M.C Mary Kom from Manipur has won the world women’s boxing championship not once, not twice but thrice in the 46 kilogram category. (Boxers of similar body weight compete in a category.)Mary won the three titles consecutively or in three straight years. She won her titles...

Who Invented The Pen?

Who Invented The Pen?
The history of writing instruments with which humans have recorded and conveyed thoughts, feelings and grocery lists, is the history of civilisation itself. This is how we know about our ancestors and their lives.The handy sharpened-stone, used for skinning and killing animals was adapted into the first writing instrument. Around 24,000 BC, the cave man started drawing pictures with...

What is Thanksgiving?

A modern thanksgiving feast
Celebrated on the fourth Thursday on November, this American festival is an acknowledgement of gratitude for a plentiful harvest. Nearly all cultures celebrate this festival. For instance south Indians celebrate it as Pongal in the month of January, while the north Indians celebrate it as Holi in the month of March.The American act of thanksgiving began during the early...

Lonely Kalu

A boy and a sheep: Lonely Kalu - A story for kids
Kalu was the only son of a farmer and his wife."I wish I had a brother or a sister, to play with," he told his parents one day. "Everyone has a brother or a sister. I don't like it when the children who come to play with me, on our farm, go back to their homes at night.""Don't be...

Messing Up, Alphabetically

November 4: Central Asian countries that proclaimed independence after the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) disintegrated in 1991 are not merely beset by the usual political and economic uncertainties that mark all new nations. They are uncertain about their alphabets too. At the root of all this confusion is an identity crisis that the countries are suffering.Take Azerbaijan,...

A Day in the Life of a Magician

Excerpts from  'A Day in the Life of a Magician'. First published by Vigyan Prasar, IndiaYears ago I gave up hanging up a stocking on Christmas Eve. One reason is that I have no stockings to hang, because I almost always wear trousers, and even when I wear shorts I wear socks with them so as to make my...

Boys’ cancer unites warring people

August 5: Thirteen-year-old Kemal Saracoglu does not have much longer to live. He suffers from leukaemia or what is commonly known as blood cancer, usually a fatal disease. There had been a brief moment of hope when it was thought that his life could be lengthened, if not saved. That moment passed as the British doctors looking after Kemal...

Rats

Excerpts from  'Rats'. First published by Vigyan Prasar, IndiaNow at this time there was a great plague of rats in the London Docks. They were specially fierce rats, whose ancestors had come on steamers from Hong Kong along with tea and ginger and silk and rice. These rats ate all sorts of food which are brought to London in...

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