|13th February 2006|
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Monday, 16th January : class 5 had their English transcription
Yesterday, Ishan Gautam and Siddhany Nath participated in the Very Special Arts, 6th annual declamation contest. Ishan spoke on: “If I was the chief minister of Delhi for a day”. He won the second prize in his category (neurologically impaired).
Farewell class act and party
Are'nt these ladies looking pretty.
A Night at the Night Shelter
On the 3rd of February, class 12 set out for a visit at around 6:30 in the evening to the night shelters at the Old Delhi Railway Station. The purpose of this visit was to expose us to people living in severe destitution and how now the majority of the Indian population led lives filled with misery and contempt.
What makes the school bathrooms stink?
This article has been a long time coming. What makes the school bathroom stink? It is one of the most famous and most asked questions…and one can only wonder what the true answer is. Is it the fault of the students or that of the staff? Both parties are to blame.
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A Day Out at the World Book Fair
On the 1st of February, some students from our school had the unique opportunity of buying books for our library from the World Book Fair.
Is it just me or is everything shit? By Steve Lowe and Alan mcArthur ‘Is it just me or is everything shit?’ is an encyclopedia of everything that is worth complaining about, i.e., everything that the authors hate. It covers everything: from fruit juice to Tony Blair, expensive shirts to fascist teachers, Alicia Keys to George W. Bush, and even the Live 8 concert. It has an original brand of sarcasm and is incredibly funny. . ‘Is it just me or is everything shit?’ is a must-read for anyone in a particularly bitter mood (unless of course they are huge fans of Che Guevara merchandise and Robbie Williams).
It is a gateway opened,
For archaic motion!
When the flame reaches its zenith height,
The heat burns through the blackened dust,
For archaic light!
When the roots of earth emerge from dormancy,
The complacent solidity gives way,
for archaic frenzy!
When the scarf of wind lets out its infinite roar.
The souls will rise the perfection,
For archaic war!
Svati Goyal, XII-C
I can’t keep this to myself but would love to share it with everybody about this unspoken hero. Who walks around the school unpresumptionly?
“It is not sadistic if you are killing a dead cockroach!”
Rang De Basanti
What do you get when you put together the grand daughter (Sue) of an English officer who oversaw the execution of our nation’s most valiant freedom fighters, and five friends fuelled with enthusiasm and zest studying at the Delhi University? You get a patriotic, valiant piece of cinematography that elates the heart, mind and spirit. It carries with it an exaggerated yet skillfully placed message of revolution and the power to change your circumstances, as well as a message to go out there and change your world for the better, rather than sit inside and complain and suffer.
Anadini Rathore, Ashrika Kohli, Bhavik Singh, Kunal Dutta, Sara Chatterjee, Vanshika Wadhwa, Akbar Iqbal, Avanti Gupta, Diva Gujral, Jahan Nargolwala, Mahi Titus, Soumya Dasgupta, Arjun Srihari, Jaagriti Seth, Nakul Dev, Nivedita Venkateish, Samad Ali, Saranya Misra
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