|9th August 2004|
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On the 19th of July, class XI participated in a Slogan and Poster making competition.
The Interhouse Indian Music Competition
With a comparatively less enthusiastic approach towards the practice of this event, the highly competitive response was sure heartening! The Inter house Indian music competition held on Friday was definitely a success arousing the house spirits as usual. As all the participants anxiously waited for their turn to perform, butterflies in their stomach, the audience cheered for their houses while colourful mascots spread the message. In a some what interesting result, the competition brought a lot of unexpected winners and not to mention unexpected losers, but for those who were there just to sing and keep the music alive... It was a wonderful experience. Which showed us that all you need is the spirit! So sure enough, it was yet another event for Vasant Valley students to prove their exotic talents.
Aditi Chengappa, 12 A
Victory at Last!
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The War Begins - Bush v/s Kerry
That’s what the race comes down to. Sure, lots of republicans are unsatisfied by what George Bush has done to the image of their country. But a lot of them will still vote Bush simply because he is Republican.
They can arrest anyone without warrant if they suspect them of terrorism. They can search your home without a warrant. Every American knows these facts. In fact they are more aware of it now than ever. Bad evangelists defend him and conservative/republicans deny these facts. But the honest truth is that republicans hate democrats and liberals hate conservatives and vice versa.
Man in the Mirror
By Kshitij Handa 11B
Summer Internship with Uncle Sam
After all the slogging and “burning of midnight oil for the board exams, my parents decided to give me a memorable summer holiday in USA. While everything was tied up before the exams got over, the type and place for the summer job remained undecided-it was only after we reached there that I got an offer to work in ARCBridge, a Software Consulting company in Herndon, Virginia.
The Robotics Workshop was held on the 16th and 17th of July by Aabhas Sharma and some other students of class 10 and 11. We were to make boats out of scrap material like acckicic sheets, wood, M-seal, and of course some motors and various other materials. We were to have races on Friday but because of the lack of time the race was postponed to Saturday. So, on Saturday a few boats were tested (the ones that were working). We also made trebuchets with lego pieces. The other group made a special walking stick for the blind. Basically we were taught electronics and because the response was so great we are planning to have another workshop soon after the monthly tests.
Pranai Agarwal IX-C Aabhas Sharma X-B
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Main Aisa Kyon Hoon?on Aman Sharma
I have a friend as sweet as honey,
As good as gold
I have a brother. His name is Osho. He is 10 years old. He loves me but when I trouble him he gets angry and hits me.
Senna Singh, 1-C
My best friend is Himal Kalra,
Man in the Mirror
My body was aching.
By Manavi Bhardwaj, XI - B
Do we control our destinies or is much of our destiny dictated for us?
As famous American poet, journalist and free thinker Ella Wheeler Wilcox once said,
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Five Point Someone Review
Set amid the prestigious IIT camp. This smart, witty and incredibly funny book traces the lives of three young IITians in a simple, readable and enjoyable manner.
Varini Sharma , 10-A
‘I told me’
Rishab Sareen,, Svati Goyal,
Saranya Misra, Arnav Sharma, Varini Sharma,
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The Senior Football Team also started off this year's campaign with a 3-0 victory against Bhavan Sawan Public School.
John Doe 3½ / 5
(Starring Dominic Purcell)
How many dimples are there in a golf ball?
Who is he?
By Svati Goyal, XB