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10th April 2003 - Page 1


Nursery to Class 5 were shown techniques of rain water harvesting.

Beautiful paintings made by the
Special Section were sent to Very Special Arts.

The Annual English Play,
"Trial and Error" took place on the 26th evening and was greatly appreciated by all. 

English Recitation Competition for class 6 took place on the 2nd of April

Woodstock Jazz Orchestra performed in our school and were a tremendous inspiration with their vast knowledge of jazz and their easy professionalism.

Students from Israel will be conducting a workshop on
First Aid from the 3rd to the 10th of April. Some students from class 12 have been interacting with them and in the process, broadening their horizons.

Classes 3 to 12 left for their
adventure camps from the 27th of March to the1st April.

Class III - Camp Roots, Ambala
Class IV - Corbett
Class V - Beasi
Class VI - Shivpuri Beach camp: 
Class VII - Cloud nine
Class VIII - Snow Leopard
Class IX - Camp Sattal
Class X - Alaknanda Expedition
Class XI - Sitla Khet
Class XII - Tirthan Valley

An Inspiring Visit to “Teen Murti Bhavan”

On 7th of March class 10 went on a visit to the official residence of the first Prime Minister of India, Teen Murti Bhavan. It was constructed in the year 1929, reflecting the beauty of British architecture and was supposed to be the residence of the viceroy of India. Lush green gardens and fountains surround it. Coincidently India's three legendary Prime Ministers; Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi have resided here. To honor these three Prime ministers, three 'Jyotis' named after them are kept burning. Now it is a museum showing the various stages in India's freedom struggle and the efforts put in by revolutionaries like Mahatma Gandhi and Subhas Chandra Bose.
Teen Murti Bhavan depicts Pandit Nehru's character that was honorable yet simple as shown by his speech engraved on a stone, which reflects his love for India and Indians. The Jawahar Jyoti is burning brightly as is the nation's never ending love for Chacha Nehru.

By Nilovna Chatterjee and Pranshu Sharma, 10C


Vasant Valley showcased an English play "Trial and Error" on the 26th of March 2003.
It was an intense drama about a childrens' home in England and displayed the emotional and psychological realities of a childhood which has become rocky due to violent circumstances. 
With magnificent acting from Umaid Gupta, Medha Basu and Farhad Colabawala, under a beautiful display of lights, the play turned out to be a truly memorable experience.

Rubaina Khan, 12 B

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