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A Voyage
The horse and the Tiger
The ape and the Goat
Decided one morning
To hire a boat.
To leave for their own country
And find a new one
Very much in the manner
Columbus had done.
The boat went a sailing
Away and away
It saled and they sailed
For a night and a day.
When all of a sudden
There blew a great gale
The horse was tremble
The tiger grew pale.
The ape and the goat
Nearly fainted together
But the boat when a sailing
In spite of bad weather.
A- Sailing, a-sailing
A- Sailing it goes,
To a wonderful country
Which nobody knows.
The horse and the tigher
The ape and the goat
Were certainly sorry
They chartered the boat.
Hem P Patel
4th B, Urmi school
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Oldest existing
newspaper:
“ B o m b a y
Samachar” –
Gujarati daily –
published from
Mumbai since
1822.
India is the second largest publisher of
newspapers in the world.
Total number of registered newspapers: 73,146 –
according to the report of Registrar of Newspapers
for India – as on 31st March, 2009.
The largest number of newspapers and periodical
registered in any Indian language: Hindi - 29,094.
The state with the largest number of registered
newspapers: Uttar Pradesh – 11,543.
The state with the second largest number of
registered newspapers: Delhi – 9,961.
The total circulation of newspapers: 5,79,53,373.
The largest circulated daily: The Hindu – English
– Chennai – 14, 20,368.
The second largest circulated daily: Ananda
Bazar Patrika – Bengali – Kolkata – 12,63,259.
Apart from English and 22 languages listed in
the constitution the newspapers are registered
in 100 other languages and dialects.
Orissa has the distinction of publishing
newspapers in 18 out of 22 principal languages.
Chameleon : a truly bizarre lizard
chameleons are unique
creatures in their own right.
Known for their ability to
change color, they can be
seen wearing a variety of
colors, including brown,
green, blue, yellow, red, black
or white. Communication is
an important reason behind
these color changes.
Chameleons have many
other features that distinguish
them from their lizard cousins.
They are the only lizards
with zygodactyle feet, or
pincers. These grasping feet
are ideal for tree climbing.
Chameleons also have an
extremely extensile tongue.
Also distinctive are the
independently moveable
We at Reliance School
(English Medium),
believe and practice
the preaching that the
CHARITY BEGINS
AT HOME and this
Philanthropic Arm is
being appreciated by
the Reliance fraternity
throughout India. With
such a noble mission in
their strong minds, our
Students of Secondary
and Higher Secondary
Sections went around
their localities and
raised a fund for
an
N.G.O. named
GLOBAL CANCER
CONCERN
OF
INDIA. The students
collected a sum of
RS.15,641. They
selected the noble day
of Teachers Day i.e. 5th
September to donate
the cheque to Shri.
Rajesh Hirvaniya—the
manager of a leading
N.G.O. namely Global
Cancer Concern of
India. The mission of
this NGO is to combat
cancer at all stages
by seeking prevention
early detection and
recognizing palliative
care management so
that the cancer patients
can live quality lives
with dignity and selfesteem.
Nuclear reactor
A nuclear reactor is a
device to initiate and
control a sustained
nuclear chain reaction.
Most commonly
they are used for
generating electricity
and for the propulsion
of ships. Usually heat
from nuclear fission is
passed to a working
eyes,
which
a l l o w fluid (water or gas),
chameleons the ability to which runs through
survey the world with nearly turbines that power
360-degree vision.
either ship's propellers
Truly bizarre. isnt it?
or generators. Some
produce isotopes for
medical and industrial
use, and some are run
only for research.
Just as conventional
power
stations
generate electricity by
harnessing the thermal
energy released from
burning fossil fuels,
nuclear reactors
convert the thermal
energy released from
nuclear fission.
Leech : a very special physician! Seaplanes : the aircrafts on water!
Yes, leeches can be thought
of as slimy and unattractive
creatures, but ugly or not,
they do serve a lot of medical
purposes when it comes to
us, humans.
Since ancient times, leeches
were used to treat many
illnesses and disease
through bloodletting, a
method where blood was
drawn out in the hope that
removing impure blood
would heal the body.
Believe it or not, leech
therapy is sometimes the surpasses pharmacological body, this traditional method
best alternative in treating treatments. Because of its of curing diseases is still
i l l n e s s e s , a n d e v e n healing effects to the human thriving today.
A seaplane is a fixed-wing
aircraft capable of taking
off and landing (alighting)
on water. Seaplanes that
can also take off and land
on airfields are a subclass
called amphibian aircraft.
Seaplanes and amphibians
are usually divided into
two categories based on
their technological characteristics:
floatplanes and flying boats; the
latter are generally far larger and
can carry far more. These aircraft
were sometimes called hydroplanes
The first manned and controlled
(though unpowered) hydroplane
flight was established by French
aircraft designer, builder and pilot
Gabriel Voisin in June 1905, on the
river Seine; it was a towed flight,
at 15 to 20 m altitude (50 to 66 ft),
and 600 meters (2000 ft) long. The
aircraft was a biplane with an aft tail
and a front elevator, supported at
rest by 2 planing floats (catamaran).
Radio telescopes
A radio telescope is a form of directional radio
antenna used in radio astronomy. The same
types of antennas are also used in tracking
and collecting data from satellites and space
probes. In their astronomical role they differ
from optical telescopes in that they operate in
the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic
spectrum where they can detect and collect data
on radio sources. Radio telescopes are typically
largeparabolic ("dish") antennas used singly or in
an array. Radio observatories are preferentially
located far from major centers of population to
avoid electromagnetic interference (EMI) from
radio, TV, radar, and other EMI emitting devices.
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