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Lady Author Inspires VVS Laxman

VVS Laxman at the launch of 'Upon A Red Bench' in Hyderabad

A young lady author inspired VVS Laxman, confessed the ace cricketer during the launch of a new book in Hyderabad at Phoenix Arena Park in Hitech City yesterday. Referring to the author of ‘Upon A Red Bench’, the cricket commentator said Pallavi Rebbapragada was an inspiration for him. He formally launched her book in Hyderabad at event organized by Hyd Park. …

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Club Run 2017: Hyderabad Runners partners with HCU

Children running in Hyderabad Runners event

Hyderabad Runners partnered with University of Hyderabad (HCU) for its upcoming event Club Run 2017, which is scheduled for February 19th, 2017. Lush green ambience of HCU is likely to create fresh mood and motivate runners, as all the runs are going to be held within the campus. Volunteers of Hyderabad Runners and students of the Gachibowli-based central university will …

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Science Fair: Intelli students recreate village

Intelli Public School students display science concepts

People may be migrating to cities and adopting urban way of life, but some students in Hyderabad’s Intelli Public School think being in village is like being in the lap of nature. A village model prepared by seventh standard students Ayesha Kouser, Ameen Fatima, Neha Khan and Sana attracted attention of visitors at the Third Intelli Science Fair. The team …

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Springfields School Exhibits Rich Muslim Heritage on Silver Jubilee

Springfield students exhibit contributions of Muslims as part of Silver Jubilee celeberations

Silver Jubilee celebrations of Hyderabad’s Springfields Schools attracted thousands of students, parents and general public with its thematic exhibition: Muslims’ Contributions to Sciences. Around twenty large stalls displayed contributions of Muslims in various fields during the Golden Age of Islam. Each stall had at least five student guides to explain visitors about the contributions. The exhibition was a brainchild of …

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