10May
2014

Happy Mother’s Day !

Happy Mother’s Day !
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10May
2014

Happy Mother’s Day, Mummy!

Happy Mother’s Day, Mummy!

Happy Mother’s Day, Mummy! You are simply the best. It could take me a century to describe you. You are the greatest source of love. You wake me up each day with your sweetest voice and brighten up my day with the loveliest smile. I am really sorry for everything wrong I’ve ever done. I love the magical hugs that you give us and the scrumptious cakes that you bake. We are little seeds which god has sent. Mothers are […]

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May 10, 2014

My mother loves me…

My mother loves me Oh she loves me so much The food that she makes is what I love Her hands have magic Ever ready to help Rubies and emeralds-she’s more precious than that! Aanandita Tandon, 3rd A

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May 10, 2014

My mom means a lot to me…

My mom means a lot to me, although I will never admit it in front of her. I do have a lot of memories with her and I love her. I love you mom. I owe my life to you and appreciate all the sacrifices you have made for me. I will never be able to repay you, all I can say is that I will always be there for you. Ps- my mom is not supposed to read this […]

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May 5, 2014

‘Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied!’ – 1st Place

Position- 1st Place According to Webster’s dictionary, justice is the process or result of using laws to fairly judge and punish crimes and criminals. The very definition states that justice is sought independent of time. If justice is not an object, but a feeling that the person who did wrong gets punished, then why is justice delayed justice denied? Delayed justice gives people time to think about what happened. It also gives people time to calm their anger and emotions […]

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May 5, 2014

‘Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied!’ – Budding Debater

Position - Budding Debater “Justice delayed is justice denied” is a legal phrase which means that if justice is served to the victim but not in a timely fashion, it is likely to be the same as having no justice at all. When justice is delayed over many years – as it is in most cases due to the slow functioning of  our courts – the victims experience trauma, stigma and suffer hopelessness. Our jails are overcrowded with thousands of poor […]

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May 5, 2014

‘Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied!’ – 2nd Place

Position- 2nd  Place In simple words, it means that if justice is not carried out immediately and in time, but carried out later, it is inferred that justice has been denied. There have been many cases wherein people have committed heinous crimes like murder. Since immediate legal proceedings were not initiated, these people influenced the witness who turned hostile. The case then drags on ending in acquittal or lighter punishment. Similarly – in many cases, people are falsely implicated by […]

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May 5, 2014

‘Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied!’ – Budding Debater

Position - Budding Debater “Justice delayed is justice denied” is an old saying. It means that if the accused is not served justice in time, then the case loses its importance and goes against the victim’s right to justice as a citizen of the country. In fact, it has been noticed that there are many cases that have been pending in our courts for a very long time. There are over 34 lakh cases pending for disposal in the High Courts […]

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Les Misérables – Review

January 29, 2013 0 comments
Les Misérables – Review

Having seen only one musical film before, I don’t consider myself well-versed with musicals. Yet, there was something about this particular musical that simply pulled me in and shook me emotionally.

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The New Nokia Lumia 920

November 1, 2012 2 comments
The New Nokia Lumia 920

Which company had complete domination in the phone market before the smart-phone revolution? Nokia! This company, which until recently had been “connecting” a majority of the world’s population…

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The Battle of the Heroes

April 29, 2014 0 comments

I am not always good and noble but I am the hero of this story  “The thing about a hero, is even when it doesn’t look like there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, she’s going to keep digging, she’s going to keep trying to do right and make up for what’s gone before, just because that’s who she is.” ― Joss Whedon Anne came from Germany, a Jew during the happenings of the Second World War. An […]

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The Circulatory System

August 2, 2013 1 comment
The Circulatory System

This is from an activity in the  bio class.

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