THINK BIG a magnificent poster in one of our schools induced me to muse on for a

while. Big implies large, gigantic, enormous, vast, substantial, significant, massive, immense, lofty, towering, huge, spacious, roomy, tall, high etc. Our students and staff substantiate “Think Big” in a creative way. Besides just thinking they act big. Activity is reality. Writing has picked up in a big way in VKVs. When we set eyes on the house magazines displayed in the schools, we are literally glued. There are stories, poems, jokes, cartoons, pictures, riddles, amazing facts, new proverbs and my Gosh! Wonderful editorials too. Gone are the days when one chart paper was enough for a house magazine. Now there are wall magazines; put on wall to wall. Scores of budding writers and poets are flourishing in VKVs under the able guidance of teachers. It’s an indulgence to read their articles. Moved out are the stories of kings and cabbages, of ghosts, goblins and witches; now the children are writing about 11/26 terrorists’ attack on Taj hotel at Mumbai. They have solutions, they have fears. There is anxiety. There is hope. Some want to take it as a challenge. There are few ready to take the bull by horns and bring the terrorism to an end; lock, stock and barrel. Love, care and concern for the poor are also reflected in the write ups very profoundly and subtly as well. Deforestation in Arunachal Pradesh worries many. Friends, parents, kith and kin also appear in many articles. The lighter side is also quite heavy. It’s a blissful exercise to go through the articles and ascertain what our children are at. Certainly they THINK BIG. They collect and compile big. They write, compose, comment even criticize or carp or appraise in a big way and also look for brighter side. This year the quantum of articles received is quite enormous and apparently the editors are at receiving end. All that is received is good but cannot be printed in AROHI for want of space. Sorry children in fact U R too BIG to be contained in Arohi. Sky is your cutoff point; nay, you can soar beyond the sky my darling children. Gibran Kahlil exhorts : “Your children are not yours They come from you but are not of you They belong to the humanity You may give them your love but not your thoughts. For they have their own thoughts. You may house their bodies but not their souls. For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.”
With love, regards, hopes and prayers

S. B. Dixit , Editor

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Editor : Sri. S. B. Dixit, Education Officer Editorial Board : Sri. Vishwas Lapalkar, Secretary Sri. Radhakrishnan Nair, Joint Secretary Su. B. Radha Devi, Joint Secretary Sri. Nitin R Jain, Manager, HR, VKVs AP Sri. N. K. Chandrasekharappa, Member, VKVAPT Sri. Panchanan Tripathy, Teacher, VKV Roing Sri. Anand Mohan Mishra, Teacher, VKV Oyan Desk Top Publishing : Sri. Basanta Saikia Art Works : Sri. Titan Dey Published by : VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYAS ARUNACHAL PRADESH TRUST Breezy Meadows, Riverside Dibrugarh 786 001, Assam Phone : 0373-2324320 Fax : 0373-2321293 E.mail : vkvapt@vkendra.org vkvapt@rediffmail.com Website : www.vkvapt.org www.vkendra.org

Contents ......................
Annual Report 2008- 2009 ------------------- pages 1 to 34 Editorial ---------------------------------------------------------- page 35 Achievers in Merit and Proficiency ------ pages 37 to 50 English Articles ------------------------------------ pages 51 to 96 Students with 100% Attendance ------ pages 97 to 100 Hindi Articles ----------------------------------- pages 101 to 112

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Vivek Jyoti Award for the Best All Round Student
of the Year 2008 – 2009
Km. MAUSUMI BORA
VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, TAFROGAM (Being State Topper in CBSE Class X Examination with 96.60% Marks)

from

Dr. M. Lakshmi Kumari,
In Memory of her Father

Director

VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VEDIC VISION FOUNDATION

Late Puthezath Raman Menon

SUBJECT-WISE TOPPERS OF CBSE CLASS X RESULTS 2008-2009
Subject ENGLISH Name of the Student Km. Mausumi Bora Kr. Kamphuiso Pul Km. Taba Yedi Km. Ringu Jirie HINDI SANSKRIT Kr. Ark Sarkar Kr. Gokul Ramesh Km. Mausumi Bora MATHEMATICS Kr. Gokul Ramesh Km. Niti Taki Km. Kime Nuyu Km. Manisha Sharma Kr. Vishal Singh Kr. Vishnu Nair SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCE Kr. Sandeep Barua Kr. Gokul Ramesh Km. Ankesha Yadav VKV TAFROGAM AMLIANG NIVEDITA VIHAR NIVEDITA VIHAR KHARSANG ITANAGAR TAFROGAM ITANAGAR KUPORIJO TAFROGAM TAFROGAM NIRJULI NIRJULI ROING ITANAGAR JAIRAMPUR % Marks 96 96 96 96 96 98 98 100 100 100 100 100 100 98 100 100

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Year 2001 VKV Jairampur Tafrogam Balijan Yazali Jirdin Roing Itanagar 2002 Balijan Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Oyan Roing 2002 Tafrogam Itanagar Yazali 2003 Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Oyan Roing Sher Shergaon Seijosa Tafrogam Itanagar Yazali 2004 Amliang Balijan Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang 2004 Kuporijo Oyan Roing Sher Shergaon Seijosa Sunpura Tafrogam Itanagar Nirjuli Yazali Appeared 22 16 25 18 27 16 37 19 45 34 22 23 27 19 26 26 23 34 18 30 32 28 21 31 29 63 27 27 17 26 24 32 12 09 25 14 22 23 16 17 24 19 41 Passed 22 16 25 18 25 16 37 19 43 33 21 19 27 17 26 22 23 33 18 25 32 28 21 30 29 54 27 26 17 26 24 32 12 09 25 13 22 23 16 17 24 19 41 Arunachali 20 12 24 02 24 15 12 18 36 33 14 19 18 17 11 02 10 31 14 29 19 28 21 24 26 27 – 27 05 07 24 22 12 08 11 14 21 17 16 14 09 12 05 1st Class 14 09 24 01 18 15 12 13 31 20 08 07 15 14 10 01 09 28 11 20 16 27 21 22 26 12 – 24 05 06 21 17 12 07 10 11 21 17 16 14 09 12 04 Others 02 04 01 16 01 01 25 01 09 01 08 04 09 02 15 24 13 03 04 01 13 – – 06 03 36 27 12 19 10 01 14 01 06 03 15 07 36 1st Class 02 02 01 13 01 01 23 01 08 00 03 02 08 02 13 14 11 02 04 – 13 – – 06 03 31 27 11 17 09 01 12 01 06 03 15 07 31 Highest % 81.20 80.80 89.20 88.40 85.00 86.40 92.00 77.80 91.40 82.80 80.40 80.00 93.20 82.00 87.40 87.40 88.00 92.00 82.60 87.20 95.00 87.40 91.80 91.80 92.00 92.60 94.20 90.0 88.2 94.0 94.2 87.6 92.4 88.8 83.2 84.4 89.8 93.8 92.4 88.2 89.2 90.6 89.8

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CBSE CLASS X RESULTS : ALL INDIA SECONDARY EXAMINATION
Year 2005 VKV Amliang Balijan Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Kuporijo Oyan Roing Shergaon Seijosa Sunpura Tafrogam Itanagar Nirjuli Yazali 2006 Amliang Balijan Jairampur Kharsang Kuporijo Oyan Roing Shergaon Seijosa Sunpura Tafrogam Itanagar Nirjuli Yazali 2007 Jirdin Tafrogam Nivedita Vihar Amliang Banderdewa Nirjuli Sher Itanagar Yazali Oyan Kharsang Kuporijo Sunpura Roing Appeared 15 19 22 30 14 13 12 34 24 18 18 21 37 23 33 16 30 35 18 17 09 31 36 24 19 27 35 42 24 31 28 19 11 22 48 22 38 38 28 34 21 20 43 Passed 15 19 22 30 13 13 12 34 23 18 17 20 37 23 33 16 30 35 18 16 09 27 33 24 18 27 35 42 24 31 28 19 10 22 48 22 38 37 28 34 21 20 42 Arunachali 15 10 07 28 07 10 11 18 23 12 17 11 17 12 05 16 24 13 09 14 07 14 35 23 16 21 18 27 04 30 19 19 11 12 25 22 15 11 25 22 19 18 18 1st Class 10 07 05 25 07 09 09 13 15 12 16 11 14 10 04 11 23 09 06 11 06 05 22 21 09 19 17 26 04 29 15 19 09 12 24 22 15 10 17 21 17 17 15 Others 09 15 02 06 03 01 16 06 08 20 11 28 – 06 22 09 03 02 17 01 01 03 06 18 15 20 01 09 00 00 10 23 00 23 27 03 12 02 02 25 1st Class 07 14 02 06 03 15 06 08 20 11 10 – 05 20 08 03 02 12 01 01 02 06 18 15 13 01 09 00 00 08 23 00 22 22 01 11 02 02 23 Highest % 72.0 82.6 84.4 88.2 89.8 89.6 76.6 92.6 77.0 88.4 86.2 88.0 90.4 85.0 79.4 80.00 88.40 92.40 85.00 85.40 84.60 84.80 91.20 86.00 86.60 86.00 89.40 92.80 85.00 91.00 90.20 86.80 84.60 84.60 92.80 91.20 93.20 93.60 85.60 85.40 82.00 87.80 92.00

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Year 2007 VKV Balijan Jairampur Shergaon Seijosa 2008 Balijan Jairampur Kharsang Oyan Roing Seijosa Shergaon Sunpura Tafrogam Itanagar Yazali Kuporijo Amliang Nirjuli Jirdin Nivedita Vihar Sher Banderdewa 2009 Amliang Balijan Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Kuporijo Oyan Roing Seijosa Sher Shergaon Sunpura Tafrogam Nivedita Vihar Itanagar Yazali Ziro Nirjuli Banderdewa Appeared 17 33 22 23 21 38 37 29 44 22 38 19 24 46 40 33 16 45 35 27 28 26 27 24 38 40 47 32 25 41 18 35 33 38 31 25 81 44 34 47 36 Passed 17 33 22 23 21 38 36 29 44 21 38 19 24 46 38 30 15 44 34 27 28 26 27 24 38 40 47 31 25 41 18 35 33 37 31 24 80 41 34 47 36 Arunachali 08 11 20 15 15 11 20 22 24 14 36 19 19 16 12 22 15 29 35 27 27 15 25 18 24 39 33 26 20 17 15 35 30 33 27 25 37 11 34 26 27 1st Class 08 11 20 13 15 7 13 20 19 12 28 18 16 11 10 14 12 27 29 23 27 15 19 16 20 39 25 19 16 13 15 35 13 28 24 23 32 07 31 25 24 Others 09 22 02 08 6 27 17 7 20 8 2 0 5 30 28 11 1 16 0 0 1 11 02 06 14 01 14 06 05 24 03 – 03 05 04 – 44 33 – 21 09 1st Class 09 20 02 07 5 26 16 7 20 7 2 0 5 30 18 9 1 16 0 0 1 10 – 05 14 01 13 05 05 19 03 – 03 02 04 – 41 16 – 21 08 Highest % 91.40 91.40 87.60 89.60 89.60 92.40 90.60 91.60 90.60 86.40 92.60 88.00 86.00 95.60 92.20 87.40 84.20 93.80 83.60 88.40 87.20 91.40 90.60 91.40 94.20 92.20 94.80 96.00 87.00 95.60 92.00 91.20 84.80 92.40 96.60 91.40 93.80 92.20 87.40 93.80 84.60

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CBSE CLASS XII RESULTS : ALL INDIA SENIOR SECONDARY EXAMINATION
Year 2001 2002 VKV Jairampur Jairampur Tafrogam 2003 Jairampur Tafrogam 2004 Jairampur Tafrogam 2005 Jairampur Tafrogam Itanagar 2006 Jairammpur Tafrogam Itanagar Yazali 2007 Tafrogam Itanagar Yazali Jairampur 2008 Itanagar Jairampur Tafrogam Yazali Roing 2009 Yazali Roing Jairampur Itanagar-Science Itanagar-Arts Appeared 21 29 22 26 24 25 14 29 24 31 32 22 27 26 10 26 18 18 35 21 16 12 23 19 39 28 54 20 Passed 18 27 16 21 17 20 13 24 24 31 30 14 26 16 06 22 12 18 28 21 12 11 21 16 36 25 37 19 Arunachali 10 17 20 17 22 14 13 13 22 10 18 21 13 06 09 12 05 06 26 05 16 12 04 10 17 11 39 13 1st Class 08 14 09 09 14 09 10 08 22 05 14 08 10 01 04 10 04 06 18 02 08 09 03 05 15 09 21 13 Others 08 12 02 09 02 11 01 11 02 21 14 01 16 20 01 14 13 12 08 16 00 00 19 09 22 17 15 07 1st Class 07 10 02 09 01 11 01 09 02 20 10 01 13 10 00 12 03 12 05 13 00 00 07 09 15 16 13 05 Highest % 84.33 80.60 74.60 84.60 77.60 83.00 79.00 84.80 79.60 81.00 79.40 69.6 85.20 77.40 77.80 89.40 74.00 85.60 77.00 77.40 76.20 82.60 87.40 89.60 92.60 86.00 94.40 81.80

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SUBJECT TOPPERS IN CBSE CLASS X EXAMINATION
Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Name of the Student Kr. DIBYAJYOTI Kr. ITRAJ NEOG Kr. PARTHASARATHI BHATTAHARJEE Km. ANKITA SINGH Km. TAI SAI 2005 2006 Km. NANI YAMI Km. NYABI KAMDAK Km. MASANDA M PERTIN 2007 2008 Kr. DEKSAR BOJE Km. YESHI DOLMA Km. KAMPUNG TAKU Kr. RESAMSO KRI 2009 Km. MAUSUMI BORA Kr. KAMPHUISO PUL Km. TABA YEDI Km. RINGU JIRIE Year 2001 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 2001 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Name of the Student Kr. DIBYAJYOTI Km. A. NITHYA Km. MILLO ASHA Kr. RAHUL GOSWAMI Kr. YASAP TANA Km. KAJURI SAHA Kr. RANJEET KUMAR Km. NGAYA GONGO Km. ASMI MEGA Kr. ARK SARKAR Name of the Student Kr. DIBYAJYOTI Km. A. NITHYA Km. MILLO ASHA Kr. RAHUL GOSWAMI Kr. YASAP TANA Km. KAJURI SAHA Km. HARSADA KHANDEKAR Km. NGAYA Gongo Km. JANGO SONAM Km. MAUSUMI BORA Kr. GOKUL RAMESH Page 42 | AROHI The Ascent 2008 - 09 VKV Itanagar Roing Itanagar Seijosa Sunpura % of Marks 92 94 96 95 95 93 94 94 95 93 93 93 96 96 96 96 % of Marks 92 92 91 95 97 93 96 96 95 96 % of Marks 92 92 91 95 97 93 96 96 98 98 98 98

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Year 2001 2002 Name of the Student Kr. PARAMESWARAN Kr. MOHIT SHARMA Kr. JYOTIMOY BAILUNG Km. MILLO ASHA 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Kr. SUJIT KUMAR JHA Km. ANN MATHEWS Kr. ABHISHEK MISHRA Kr. ANISH YULSHYAN Km. DIPTAGNI KAYSHAP Kr. HUNGO TESIA VKV Balijan Jairampur Roing Itanagar Roing % of Marks 98 98 98 98 100 100 100 99 99 99 99 99 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 % of Marks 99 95 95 95 99 98 97 97 99 99 99 98

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Year 2001 2002 2003 Name of the Student Km. MONIKA PODDAR Kr. HAGE ATHO Kr. KOJ MORCHI Km. SARBANI SHARMA 2004 Kr. ANKIT YADAV Kr. ABHISHEK MISHRA Kr. ABHISHEK GUPTA 2004 Kr. TANIA MITE Kr. ARUN KRISHNAN B Kr. DEBOTTOM CHAKRABORTY Kr. KUSONG NGADONG Kr. NAKO HASSANG Km. KENNA KAMKI 2005 VKV Yazali Roing Sher Yazali Jairampur Jairampur Jairampur Kuporijo % of Marks 97 96 96 96 97 97 97 97 97 97 97 97 97 98 98 97 97 99 99 99 99 99 99 100 100

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Itanagar Itanagar Jairampur Oyan Oyan Itanagar Jairampur

List of Teacher/Non-teaching Staff with 100% Attendance
ITANAGAR YAZALI LIROMOBA NIRJULI KOLORIANG BANDERDEWA BALIJAN JIRDIN KUPORIJO NIAUSA SEIJOSA SHER SUNPURA Sri. Narayan Singh Yadav (Teacher), Sri. Rakesh Petkar (Teacher) Kri. K. P. Rao (Principal), Sri. G. Jayachandran (Teacher), Smt. Manjusha Patil (Teacher) Smt. Shyamala Ravindran (Principal), Sri. Amarjit Baitha (Non-teaching) Sri. Raju Mishra (Teacher) Sri. Omanakuttan V. (Teacher), Sri. Gopi Krishna Subedi (Teacher) Sri. Kalyanam Bharadwaj (Teacher) Sri. Shanmukhan P. (Teacher) Sri. Santalal Sahani (Non-teaching) Sri. Sunil B. Dhawral (Teacher), Sri. Rajib Prasad (Teacher) Sri. Mige Nyodu (Teacher), Sri. Gouranga Das (Teacher) Sri. Ram Lochan Shah (Non-teaching) Sri. B. Ethuraju (Non-teaching) Smt. Ranjana Srivastava (Principal)

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PROFICIENCY PRIZES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009
VKV
Amliang Balijan Basar Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Kuporijo Niausa Oyan Roing Seijosa Sher Shergaon Sunpura Tafrogam Nivedita Vihar Itanagar Yazali Liromoba Banderdewa Wessang Nirjuli Koloriang Ziro

Sports & Games
Kr. Bason Ama Km. Boria Batali Kr. Ibom Riba Kr. Tangkap Tangha Km. Kirpi Ori Km. Usha Rai Km. Dhanti Rai Km. Amo Wangsu Kr. Ricky Romin Kr. Satita Mein Kr. Gopa Mihu Kr. Tai Piku Kr. Sherap T Khrimey Km. Dipthilu Thalai Km. Anjum Karap Km. Merry Bagang Kr. Gimi Noni Km. Taba Nanya Km. Jarmoti Romin Kr. Tok Henry Kr. Sumit Kumar Km. Dohu Oma Km. Chello Yadar Kr. Dusu Ribia

Performing Arts
Kr. Basanso Kri Km. Sonia Tassar Km. Mini Nyodu Kr. Tadu Lailang Km. Nyapi Kena Kr. Ongdu Wacket Kr. Roy Lamdik Kr. Phonai Wangsa Kr. Nong Lego Kr. Tosu Pertin Kr. Lenin Tungi Kr. Byabang Tara Kr. Pema W Thungon Km. Ellame Tacho Km. Nancy Munglang Km. Toko Bani Km. Tai Yayum Km. Puja Devi Km. Pinky Kamba Kr. Dakpin Bam Km. Rinya Taku Km. Nabam Api Kr. Bengia james Km. Nido Churey

Fine Arts
Kr. Vilash Kri Km. Bamang Siro Kr. Geno Bagra Kr. Tage Tajo Km. Jumpi Jini Kr. Langpong Tangha Kr. Tajum Dugi Kr. Wangman Wangsu Kr. Gemin Payeng Kr. Gocham Sakter Kr. Tada Tana Tara Kr. Hibu Tamo Kr. Nani Hassang Km. Athulo Mepo Kr. Alisha Yun Km. Sonam J Deru Kr. Saurav Dutta Kr. Nabam Tubin Kr. Geri Jileu Kr. Kenjom Yomcha Kr. Tedu Lingfa Km. Annie Mossang Kr. Riya Tade Kr. Daktum Yomcha

Work Experience
Kr. Akrimso Pul Km. Tana Yari Km. Moyir Basar Kr. Tadar Tania Kr. Rajkumar Sahani Kr. Devid Rekhung Kr. Tamin Baki Kr. Awang Rangwang Kr. Lukjum Gamlin Kr. Mobia Rambo Kr. Bharat Bagang Kr. Tamchi Taju (Sr) Kr. Sonam Tashi Km. Jaya Perme Km. Lucy Tayang Km. Suni Rebe – Kr. Taw Kara Km. Iken Bole Kr. Kiba Loya Km. Paya Taku Km. Pisa Benni Kr. Chera Taru Km. Toko Yader

All Round Best
Kr. Khulum Ama Km. Richa Nyido Kr. Kanishk Atreya Kr. Jalingko Choumong Km. Nyabi Bagra Kr. Wangda M Sumnyan Km. Jocelyn D. Kr. Yangsen Matey Kr. Mikim Megu Kr. Romu Linggi Kr. Dodum Wage Kr. Tana Agung Kr. Sang K Thongdok Km. Hage Kaniya Km. Nani Mamung Km. Toko Mana Km. Marpi Bagra Km. Chukhu Anam Km. Nguken Loibi Kr. Tao Tania Km. Fem Pao Km. Minam Toko Kr. Mangri Biju Km. Tage Rinu

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V K V Amliang Balijan Basar Jairampur Jirdin Kharsang Kuporijo Niausa Oyan Roing Seijosa Sher Shergaon Sunpura Tafrogam Best Story Teller Kr. Goutam Bellai Km. Taba Amna Kr. Dagge Badak Km. Shreya Chakraborty Km. Mumtak Jomyang Kr. Dumwang Panka – Km. Nachoi Wangsu Kr. Agam Apang Kr. Acodeem Pertin Km. Kareena Das Kr. Lumar Kipa Fipik Kr. Limo Sora Km. Ceinem Manyu Km. Sonia Chiba Thought Interpreter Kr. Aman Bellai Km. Millo Sunya Km. Toty Gadi Kr. Tulem Mungray Km. Mumtak Mize Kr. Soutrick Chatterjee Kr. Suraj Charu Kr. Jinky Ponglaham Kr. Ruben Wangjen Kr. Vivek Mishra Kr. Gopi Nandakumar Kr. Nani Talin Kr. Tsering Wangchu Km. Nani K. Sumpi Km. Ayushi Tiwari Km. Tamuk Gita Km. Konika Choudhury Kr. Swapnil Gourat Kr. Yamlo Liker Km. Sabiya Khatun Km. Papum Beyong Km. Tai Yari Kr. Pisa Raju Km. Zirngam Kadu Hostel Leader Kr. Eloiso Krong Km. Tadar Kimi – Kr. Ngunmun Khimun Km. Lenmem Tamuk House Leader Kr. Basanso Kri Km. Tana Yall Km. Senju Basar Km. Kobton Mossang Km. Lengam Tabing

Kr.Sangkhung Changriang Kr. Rangwang Arang – Kr. Tawang Wangsa Kr. Yitu Potam Kr. Depoji Meto Kr. Nakdang Wage Kr. Charu Hema Kr. Lobsang Tsering Khom Km. Nachani Minin Km. Jingnemlu Pul Km. Chukhu Nyozong – – Kr. Dampi Yomcha Kr. Tok Henry – Km. Tasso Rema – Kr. Kago Rika Kr. Sanjay Lombi Kr. Takai Wangsu Kr. Mitin Tayeng Kr. Tatbang Pertin Kr. Gopa Mihu Kr. Tem Tapung – – Km. Pisisaya Singhpho Km. Tamuk Gita – Kr. Riya Kahik Kr. Santosh Kambu Km. Aparajita Choudhury – Km. Nangbia Rina Kr. Bengia Takar Kr. Pura Tailyang

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YEAR STUDENT 2001 Kr. Tashi Nungnu Jeevantu Tikhak Kr. Bijoy Tisso Kr. Parameswaran Kr. Radhe Tallo Kr. Radhe Lali Tada Km. Manisha Pertin Km. Yabom Pertin Km. Api Pertin Km. Janaki Yekar Km. Jumpu Ronya Km. Lenmem Dai Kr. Rakesh Saikia Km. Monika Poddar Kr. Arun Jyoti Borgohain Km. Upasana Bora Km. Sangeeta Dutta Choudhury Kr. Tenzin Yangchen Kr. Ruchu Tacho Kr. Apiju Pulu Kr. Sependra Hopak 2002 Km. Dani Rikang Km. Mopi Ete Km. Kensai Kadu Km. Moumeta Sinha Km. Padi Kaming Km. Subi Migri Kr. Gyamar Taba Kr. Tashi Kino Kr. Jiten Kamsha Km. Loni Hatimuria Kr. Madhurya Gogoi Km. Millo Asha Kr. Tebin Kago Kr. Kiran Deru Kr. Sagar Ghosh Kr. Jeffer Ghosh Kr. Johny Taki Kr. Ajoy Kamsi Kr. Jyotimoy Bailung Kr. Hage Atho Kr. Itaraj Neog Kr. Abdul Obud Khan Kr. Ravi Raman Km. Sangeetha Kr. Aditya N. C. Kr. Mohit Sharma Kr. Pema Khandu Thungon 2003 Km. Vrinda Sharma Kr. Bittu Dey Km. Trina Roy Kr. Homtu Matcha Kr. Anup KUmar Kr. Tapi Taka VKV JRP ” ” BJN ” ” TFG ” ” JDN ” ” YAZ ” ” ITA ” ” RNG ” ” JDN ” ” TFG ” ” BJN ” ” ITA ” ” KSG ” ” OYN ” ” RNG ” ” YAZ ” ” JRP ” ” JRP ” ” KSG ” ” % 81.20 77.60 73.40 89.20 86.40 81.80 80.80 78.60 76.60 85.00 75.40 72.00 88.40 86.00 82.40 92.00 91.00 90.80 86.40 80.80 79.40 82.80 80.40 78.80 82.00 81.20 80.20 77.80 77.20 76.80 87.40 86.40 85.40 80.40 79.60 75.60 80.00 71.60 71.20 93.20 84.20 82.00 87.40 81.80 80.60 91.40 86.60 86.20 88.00 83.20 82.80 82.60 81.60 79.80 2004 YEAR STUDENT 2003 Kr. Opang Jonkey Kr. Yimo Kena Kr. Bomge Modo Kr. Sujit Kumar Jha Kr. Ann Mathews Kr. Divyajeet Nath Kr. Lod Chama Kr. Dukhum Magu Kr. Tana Ananto Kr. Rituparna Bhattacharjee Km. Suduhita Mitra Kr. Partha SarathiBhattacharjee Kr. Phari Dajangju Kr. Nima Phunstok Kr. Dorjee Norbu Thungon Kr. Chandrabhan Kakoty Km. Swati Acharjee Km. Sonali Changkakoti Kr. Rahul Goswami Kr. Taniyang Laiyang Kr. Khioram Bagang Km. Bullo Mamu Km. Gomem Gangkak Km. Jumyir Lollen Km. Padi Yasing Km. Kago Yaku Km. Padi Yase Kr. Kumar Nido Kr. Tadu Tamin Kr. Tasa Namchoom Kr. V. Vipin Nair Kr. Vineet Neela Kumar Kr. Debajit Kalita Kr. Ankit Yadav Kr. Abhishek Mishra Kr. Abhishek Gupta Km. Haj Jancy Km. Tadu Nampi Km. Hage Yasa Km. Sulekha Chaudhury Kr. Aditya Kumar Km. Minakshi Bora Kr. Tania Mite Kr. Tara Dagium Kr. Ngukar Haji Kr. Taking Paser Kr. Vipin M Kr. Orik Apang VKV OYN ” ” RNG ” ” SHR ” ” ITA ” ” SGN ” ” YAZ ” ” SJA ” ” JDN ” ” TFG ” ” AML ” ” BJN ” ” JRP ” ” JDN ” ” KSG ” ” KPJ ” ” OYN ” ” % 87.20 82.60 78.80 95.00 90.60 89.80 87.40 86.80 84.60 92.60 91.60 89.60 91.80 85.80 80.00 94.20 91.00 90.80 91.80 89.80 87.40 92.00 84.80 84.60 92.00 90.00 89.20 90.00 85.00 81.60 88.20 87.60 81.40 94.00 93.40 93.00 94.20 91.60 89.00 87.60 85.80 85.20 92.40 87.60 79.80 88.80 77.60 76.40

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YEAR STUDENT 2004 Kr. TUSHAR BHOWAL Kr. RAKESH MIYU Kr. RAJU B K THAPA Km. ANKITA SINGH Km. NIME REBE Km. MOUSHUMEE BHOWMICK Kr. NANI KOMO Kr. PIRA BABUM Kr. TAGE NOBIN Kr. SANGE DORJEE THUNGON Kr. DORJEE WANGDI LAMA Kr. RINCHIN NORBU THUNGON Km. TAI SAI Km. AMING YIRANG Km. KIME BUNE Km. RUMA NGURI Km. HAGE TSUNAMI Km. INAN LOLLEN Km. NIRUPAMA SARMAH Km. SUGANDHA DAS Km. RASHMI DUARAH Km. ARUNAVA BANERJEE Km. TANVI SRIVASTAVA Kr. DEBOTTOM CHAKRABORTY Kr. SHUBH CHAKRABORTY Km. RIMJIM DEKA Km. ANKITA NANDI 2005 BATUNSO KRI JIGONSO TAWSIK DUNASO MININ NGILYANG RINYO JULEE MELO KAGO SONIA HAGGAI RONGMEI DEBO BARUAH BINU NAIR KAVERI BARUAH RITURAJ SHUKLA SHILPI KUMARI MEERA NANDA KUMAR JILA DOYOM URMILA ASDENO BHASWATI CHOUDHURY HAGE ANGKHA BHAWANA SHARMA MICHI MONYA OPUNG TALOM PONUNG PERME VKV RNG ” ” SJA ” ” SHR ” ” SGN ” ” SNP ” ” TFM ” ” ITA ” ” NJI ” ” YZA ” ” AML ” ” SNP ” ” NRJ ” ” BJN ” ” KPJ ” ” TFG ” ” JDN ” ” % 83.20 80.40 78.40 93.80 90.80 88.80 84.40 82.60 80.40 89.80 87.40 87.00 92.40 92.20 92.00 88.20 87.80 87.40 89.20 88.20 87.80 90.60 90.00 89.80 89.80 89.00 88.00 72.00 69.00 68.00 86.20 83.60 80.40 85.00 81.60 80.80 82.80 82.60 82.20 89.60 83.20 82.60 88.00 85.40 81.80 88.20 87.20 86.80 2006 YEAR STUDENT 2005 SURJIT BHOWMICK HAGE HABUNG UTKARSH SINGH HIROK DAS DAKJUM KARLO ABHIJIT NATH PREM NORBU KHRIMEY SANGEY TSERING THONGON LEKHANDU THUNGON SUSHIL KUMAR SOLANKI DHANYA SURESH ANISH TULSHYAN REECHA BHARALI JINTUMONI DUTTA GAURAV CHOUDHURY KABIT DARANG ANU SAROH JOHN KENEDY SIRAM BARNALI MITRA SATYANISTHA PARTH TRINAYAN SARMAH NEMMAN CHENA JANU PRIYAM DUTTA SWETA KANDPAL YANGA LAIGI TANA JULIET KAVERI THAKURIA BISWAJIT PAUL BISWAS ABHIJIT SINGH PRAMOD NATH NEETIN RINA KIRAN KUMARI TAKAR NYUNKAR KAMIN DARANG RAKESH TEKSENG TINKU ROME ALISHA SRIVASTAVA DEEPJYOTI KALITA SRIKANT SINGH DANI NOMO SUBU LAJI MAPUNG DODUM HAGE MATIN TASHI NORBU YESHI TSERING THONGCHI RAHUL SINGH KENTER LENDO YAPEK YUDIK TABA VKV SJA ” ” YZA ” ” SGN ” ” ITA ” ” RNG ” ” OYN ” ” KSG ” ” JRP ” ” BJN BJN BJN JRP JRP JRP KSG KSG KSG OYN OYN OYN RNG RNG RNG SJA SJA SJA SGN SGN SGN SNP SNP SNP % 88.40 85.80 80.20 79.40 78.40 74.60 77.00 73.40 73.20 90.40 87.00 85.40 92.60 87.40 86.20 76.60 74.60 74.20 89.80 88.20 81.40 84.40 83.60 81.80 88.40 85.00 84.60 92.40 90.20 87.80 85.00 83.60 83.00 84.60 80.20 74.60 84.80 83.40 82.40 86.00 84.80 83.20 91.20 87.00 86.00 86.60 85.20 84.40

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YEAR STUDENT 2006 SUBU MONIA NANCY LEGO MOUTUSHI DAS NEETA DUTTA TRIDIP THRIZU PATRICA OME BORANG HARSHADA KHANDEKAR SWAGATA KALITA NIREN KUMAR DUTTA JOSHIL D THETTAYIL MOUSUMI DEV CHOUDHURY NIKRUN BUI GORA MARIK DULLEY APO EHANSO MANYU NYABI KAMDAK MASANDA M PERTIN AYARMA CHOURASIA 2007 MILLO DANTE AJITSO AMA KIME KANI ANKUR BURAGOHAIN HUNGO TESIA ROUHIN PREMCHAND PRASAD ANAMIKA YADAV PRABEEN SINGH INLO MIULI VIVEK KUMAR MAURYA GUNA LINGGI OSOR PERTIN SUSMA LINGGI EPHILO MENA KARISHMA RANA KRISHNA SAIKIA SASAWATI CHOWDHURY TAKHE RILLUNG AMISHA KUMARI THAKUR TABA MILKA PEPU JINI S. SINDHIYA KIRJUM ETE TANIA ULI ROJI CHUTIA TUKKA LIGU KAPIMANG PERTIN KUKUT TATE KALEN TATAK VKV TFG TFG TFG ITA ITA ITA YZA YZA YZA KPJ KPJ KPJ AML AML AML NRJ NRJ NRJ AML AML AML JRP JRP JRP KSG KSG KSG RNG RNG RNG SNP SNP SNP TFG TFG TFG BJN BJN BJN JDN JDN JDN KPJ KPJ KPJ OYN OYN OYN % 86.00 83.80 83.80 89.40 89.40 89.20 85.00 85.00 84.80 85.40 80.80 78.60 80.00 76.00 75.20 92.80 92.60 89.60 84.60 83.80 78.60 91.40 88.60 86.00 85.40 84.20 83.60 78.40 77.20 77.00 87.80 87.40 83.40 90.20 88.80 88.40 91.40 86.80 84.60 91.00 89.40 89.20 82.00 80.80 79.60 85.60 82.60 80.60 YEAR STUDENT 2007 HABUNG MOBING NISHTHA RAI TOBA KARGA RIMI KABAK SHANTI TAJO PINKY KHONJUJU KESANG TASHI TSERING NGOIDUP LOBSANG TSERING RADHE NOVIN DUYU TANI SUBU APANG SANDHYA SOLANKI RUCHI KUMARI GABY MIYUM DAMIN DAISY GOHAIN SUMITRA PAL CHOUDHURI TSETAN DROMA SAUMYA BHUSHAN JUMI DEKA SMRITI REKHA KALITA ABISHEK ROY BITU HAZARIKA DEKSAR BOJE PAKKEN GEMIN BOJE 2008 ROKEN YUN SUKUM NGADONG BIRI HALI SITIKANTHA BISWAS BHAGYASHREE DEKA KAMPU MUDANG SUSHIL KUMAR JOSHI KALING PAIT ANEEK DEY ARAVIND BALAKRISHNAN ROHAN BHATTACHARJEE YESHI DOLMA MAUSAM TIWARI PAVAN KUMAR JALUMANE DHANISH NAIR POOJA PRIYADARSHINI MARPI BAGRA ANGAM PANOR LEEZA LOYA MARPI LONA AVINASH RAI ABHILASA SINGH RANJIT KUMAR SINGH VKV SJA SJA SJA NVR NVR NVR SGN SGN SGN SHR SHR SHR ITA ITA ITA NRJ NRJ NRJ NRJ YZA YZA YZA BDA BDA BDA AML AML AML BJN BJN BJN BDA BDA BDA ITA ITA ITA JRP JRP JRP JRP JDN JDN JDN JDN KSG KSG KSG % 89.60 89.00 85.00 86.80 86.40 83.20 87.60 86.20 83.60 91.20 89.20 87.80 93.20 93.00 91.60 90.40 90.00 90.00 89.20 93.60 92.80 86.60 84.60 84.40 83.40 84.20 83.80 82.40 89.60 88.80 84.60 91.40 85.40 82.80 95.60 93.20 92.40 92.40 89.20 88.80 88.80 83.60 82.80 82.40 82.40 90.60 89.00 88.80

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YEAR STUDENT 2008 JUMMA RUTI DIVYANSHU SEKHAR VARUN KR. GUPTA TADU MONIA ADITYA B CHANDRAN AVINASH PANIGRAHI KAMPUNG TAKU BYABANG MUNNI YADAR KABAK SHIVANAND VISHNU GUPTA DONYI SANJAY TANIANG VIKEY JAYANG BAGANG HAGE NADO ADARSH P PURA VIJAY ARUN KUMAR R SANG KHANDU THONGDOK AMIT JEBISOW DEEPA YUDIK TABA PONUNG LEGO WEIJIMLU TAYANG KALOM TAKUK VISHAL SAH GAUTAM GURUNG KOJE ZANGGO MODI SUSMITA PANDEY DIBANG TATAK LISANLU KRI MOMISHA BIKOMIYA MAJEM TAKALIANG ARJUN SAIKIA POMPITA SARKAR SUSMITA BISHNU 2009 AJAY TAYE KAMPHUISO PUL ALOISO KRONG BULLO MANKU SUBU MAMUNG GYAMAR KAKU SUSHIL KUMAR VERMA ANKESHA YADAV PHUP LEESENG MIRIP NYABI BAGRA GOTER GANGKAK LIPI KATO VKV KPJ KPJ KPJ NRJ NRJ NRJ NVR NVR NVR SJA SJA SJA SHR SHR SHR SGN SGN SGN SNP SNP SNP OYN OYN OYN RNG RNG RNG TFG TFG TFG YZA YZA YZA AML AML AML BJN BJN BJN JRP JRP JRP JDN JDN JDN % 87.40 87.00 82.20 93.80 91.80 90.20 88.40 84.80 84.00 86.40 84.20 78.80 87.20 86.20 84.80 92.60 89.80 87.40 88.00 86.60 77.20 91.60 90.60 85.80 90.60 90.60 90.40 86.00 83.80 82.40 92.20 92.20 91.00 90.60 85.00 79.80 91.40 89.80 89.40 94.20 92.40 92.00 92.20 89.60 88.60 HAGE DUNIYA HAGE NIKU HAGE AMUNG MAUSUMI BORA KIME NUYU JAYASREE JAYAKUMAR MANISHA SHARMA TAI OPUNG TABA YEDI NANI MONIA GOKUL RAMESH SHUPORNO CHOUDHURY SUBHAJIT DASGUPTA MILLO SUKA SIDHARTHA BORAH CHANDRA KAMAL SARMA HALIM ISLAM TAKU TAJO RENU NENKER MAMUNG TAKU KANYA VISHAL SINGH ANKITA NANDI MAZUMDAR KUNAL GOSWAMI NEELAM GAP AMLANDIPTA CHAKRABOTY ABBO BORANG SNP SNP SNP TFG TFG TFG TFG NVR NVR NVR ITA ITA ITA ITA YZA YZA YZA ZRO ZRO ZRO NRJ NRJ NRJ BDA BDA BDA 92.40 91.20 90.20 96.60 94.60 92.80 92.80 91.40 84.00 83.20 93.80 93.20 91.80 91.80 92.20 90.40 88.40 87.40 84.40 83.80 93.80 93.20 92.60 84.60 84.20 81.60 HEMA MAHANTA DORJEE LHAMU THUNGON KONCHO TSERING SGN SGN SGN 84.80 76.00 74.80 YEAR STUDENT 2009 ARK SARKAR ANIRUDHA GOSWAMI GAURAV SHARMA NITI TAKI ADITI DAS GUMI DOYAM MITIN TAYENG MIKIM MEGU KESHAV KUMAR SANDEEP BARUA SAJAL KATIYAR MINGKENG LEGO LAXMI LANGLANG CHEEBUM MALLO JENA GOLLO TARU TARI RADHE TAMO TUNGON PANYE VKV KSG KSG KSG KPJ KPJ KPJ OYN OYN OYN RNG RNG RNG SJA SJA SJA SHR SHR SHR % 94.80 92.20 87.80 96.00 84.00 78.60 87.00 85.40 85.20 95.60 94.00 92.80 92.00 88.60 88.40 91.20 90.60 87.60

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The Four Wives
There was a rich merchant who had four wives. He loved the fourth wife the most and took great care of her and gave her the best. He also loved the third wife and always wanted to show her off to his friends. However, the merchant was always in fear that she might run away with some other man. He loved his second wife too. Whenever the merchant faced some problems, he always turned to his second wife and she would always help him out. The merchant’s first wife was a very loyal partner and maintained his wealth and business and took care of the household. The merchant did not love the first wife though she loved him deeply. One day, the merchant fell ill. He knew that he was going to die soon. He told himself, “I have four wives with me. But when I die, I’ll be alone.” Thus, He asked the fourth wife, “Now that I’m dying, will you follow me and keep me company?” “No way!” she replied and walked away without another word. The answer cut like a sharp knife right into the merchant’s heart. The sad merchant then asked the third wife, “Will you follow me and keep me company?” “No!” replied the third wife. “Life is so good over here! I’m going to remarry when you die!” The merchant’s heart sank and turned cold. He then asked the second wife, “When I die, will you follow me and keep me company?” “I’m sorry, I can’t help you out this time!” replied the second wife. “At the most, I can only send you to your grave”. The answer came like a bolt of thunder. Then a voice called out: “I’ll leave with you. I’ll follow you no matter where you go”. The merchant looked up and there was his first wife. She was so skinny, almost like she suffered from mal nutrition. Greatly grieved, he said, “I should have taken much better care of you while I could have!” Actually, we all have 4 wives in our lives a) The fourth wife is our body. No matter how much time and effort we lavish in making it look good, it’ll leave us when we die. b) Our third wife? Our possessions, status and wealth. When we die, they go to others. c) The second wife is our family and friends. No matter how close they had been there for us when we’re alive, the furthest they can stay by us is up to the grave. d) The first wife is our soul, neglected in our pursuit of material, wealth and pleasure. It is actually the only thing that follows us wherever we go. Perhaps it’s a good idea to cultivate and strengthen it now rather than to wait until we’re on our deathbed to lament.
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GOOD JUDGE
I wondered what would happen if God was the judge, the sole judge at the next Miss India beauty contest! “ L a d i e s a n d g e n t l e m e n ”, s ay s t h e compere, pointing to an empty seat, “today we have the honour and privilege of having God as our judge”. “But we can’t see Him”, complain the scantily dressed damsels as they peep from behind the curtains at the empty seat”. “Have faith, He is there”, says the compere, as all the contestants move body, bone and behind to sway onto the stage. “Tell them to put all their clothes on”, says God to the compere. “Why?” asks a beauty, “Because I can see their beauty with their clothes on”, says God. “What about my glowing skin ?” “My figure ?” “My lovely long legs ?” “Your heart”, says God. “What? What did God say? ask the flustered beauty contestants. “He says He is looking at your heart”. “But that’s not part of the criteria, God!” cry the beauties. “Whose criteria?” “The judges”. “I am the judge, my dear girls, and I can’t think of anything more alluring and
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– by Robert Clements attractive than a beautiful heart. You, there near the exit!” “God, that’s the maid !” “So?” “Look at her dress!” “Her skin, God! Just look at her skin!” “Her hair!” “Her heart! Look at her heart. Come on stage, my dear girl. Tell them where you were last night”. “With my neighbour’s mother”. “God, it’s not yet question-answer time!” “ W h a t w e r e y o u d o i n g w i t h yo u r neighbour’s mother?” “Looking after her while my nieghbour went home from hospital”. “The old lady was afraid and frightened through the night at the hospital, I held her hand and comforted her”. “And came straight to work?” “Yes, Lord”. “Don’t you feel sleepy, my child?” “I feel happy, my Lord. The dear old lady was asleep like a baby when I left her!” “Her heart shines!” said God as he got up from his chair and left the hall, unknown to all”. “And the winner is the maid”, said the compere, as he presented her the crown. The crowd stood and applauded, dazzled by true beauty that shone from her heart.
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Sadhana FAQ
by Swami Sivananda Q: Where can you find eternal happiness ? A: In your own Atman within. Q: Which is the most troublesome organ ? A: Tongue. Q: Which is the most wonderful machine or engine ? A: Mind. Q: Who is your best friend ? A: Satsanga or association with the wise. Q: Who is your real father ? A: Guru. Q: Which is the best language ? A: Language of the heart. Q: Which is the best virtue ? A: Brahmacharya. Q: Which is the worst intoxicant ? A: Lust. Q: Which is the best Dharma ? A: Selfless service. Q: Which is the worst quality ? A: Anger. Q: Which is the best thing in this world? A: Pain (because it is the eye-opener, it goads you to seek liberation) Q: Who is the best man? A: A kind-hearted man. Q: Who is the worst man? A: A selfish man. Q: Where is the worst hell? A: In the mind filled with jealousy, crookedness and hatred. Q: Where is the best heaven? A: In the heart filled with love, mercy and generosity. Q: Which is the best science? A: Brahma-Vidya or the science of Atman. Q: Who is a weak man? A: An irritable man. Q: Who is the strongest man ? A: He who practises Ahimsa, he who can bear insults, injuries and persecutions with a smiling face. Q: Who is the happiest man ? A: A Tyagi or a man of renunciation. Q: Who is the most miserable man ? A: A rich man. Q: Who is the most beautiful man ? A: A Yogi. Q: Who is the ugliest man ? A: A greedy man. Q: Who is a beggar ? A: He who has desires. Q: Which is the biggest ocean ? A: Ocean of Bliss (Brahman or Atman). Q: Which is the most dangerous thing in this world ? A: Company of a worldly man. Q: Which is the greatest temptation ? A: Woman for a man, man for a woman. Q: Which is the most desirable thing ? A: Brahma Jnana. Q: Who is the best engine driver ? A: God. Q: Which is the biggest factory in this world ? A: Mental factory. Q: Who is a real drunkard ? A: He who is intoxicated with the pride of wealth and learning. Q: What is the use of repeating the Mantra again and again? A: It gives force. It intensifies the spiritual Samskaras. Q: How to prevent bad dreams? A: Study any religious book. Meditate for half an hour just before retiring to bed. You will have no bad dreams.
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Potato Power
Few vegetables can claim to have shaped nations, sent the economy of a country tumbling, or played a starring role in diplomatic spats. But the humble potato can. In fried form, the potato took center stage in the diplomatic row that broke out between Washington and Paris in 2003 when France refused to back the US-led invasion of Iraq. To show their ire with the French, US lawmakers had the cafeterias in the House of Representatives change the name of French fried potatoes to “freedom fries”. ”This action is a small but symbolic effort to show the strong displeasure of many on Capitol Hill with the actions of our socalled ally, France,” said Republican lawmaker Bob Ney of Ohio, at the time. Ney was head of the House committee which was in charge of the canteens. The impact of the humble tuber stretches back centuries. The population of Ireland was cut in half in the mid 1800s after the potato crop failed and a four-year famine ensued. The then agriculture-based Irish economy crumbled and the population plummeted from eight million to four million, through deaths from hunger and emigration. It only surpassed the four million mark in the 1990s, when Ireland entered an economic boom. The potato’s unifying reach has spread as far as Asia, where Dr Fernando Ezeta of the International Potato Center hailed the tuber for “bringing together people and nations” after North Korea hosted officials from 22 nations — including South Korea — earlier this year at a conference on the t u b e r. T h e p o t a t o h a s a l s o s h a p e d European politics. Polish president Lech Kaczynski cancelled a summit meeting last year with his German and French counterparts, just days after German newspaper Die Tageszeitung published a satirical article about Kaczynski and his prime minister twin brother Jaroslaw, entitled “Poland’s new potatoes”. Kaczynski cited illness for the last-minute cancellation but the media and analysts speculated that the real reason was his distaste for being compared with a potato. British potato farmers have marched on the houses of parliament in London to demand that the term “couch potato” be removed from the dictionary. They argued the expression — which is derived from the slang word for a television, “tube”, which gave rise to “tubers” for those who spent hours hunkered down on the sofa gazing at it — gave the impression that potatoes are bad for the health and, therefore, bad for their business.

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Ideas Work Wonder
Zing Messar, Class- X, Oyan Success starts with a thought or an idea. When nourished with hope and confidence and encouraged by ambition and aspiration, that single idea takes shape as a dream, vision and goal in stages. You must allow your ideas to grow, no matter how far fetched or nonconformist they may seem in the beginning. You must give wings to your ideas and let them fly high. You must allow your thoughts to take root, no matter how other choose to regard them. Many great people, whom the world today worships with awe and wonder as gifted visionaries, super geniuses or miracle-makers, were viewed as utopians or mental defunct by several of their contemporaries. While some may describe your ideas as imagination and vision, other may dub them as sheer daydreams and idle fantasies. But the fact remains that ideas, however strange they might have seemed at the begining, have ultimately brought miracles, caused revolution and built civilizations. Every great and grand accomplishment, whether relating to religion, science, medicine, industry, technology or sports, which are written in letters of gold in the history of human advancement, was at the outset no more than a meager idea in the mind of a human being.

Km. Richa Nyodu All Round Best Student Class IX-A, Balijan
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Read below to believe it
I cdnuolt blveiee taht I culod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid. Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The txet is a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit a porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Amzanig huh? Yaeh, and I awlyas thought slpeling was ipmorantt. ... »
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Km. Bamane Siro Best in Fine Arts Class IX-B, Balijan

A letter from a teacher to his little student
M. R. Lalu, Teacher Dear child Pape Cheri, You were never seen as much worried as you were seen on that day. Your face did not blossom like a flower. At first, I thought you must have forgotten to carry your snacks with you or your mother couldn’t prepare it for you. That being the case, I could have managed to provide you some biscuits, as it was not a midday meal day for our school. Your little face turned pale when you hugged me putting your little hands around me. You wanted me to either sit or bend so you could whisper something into my ears. I know, you children often do it, complaining, “Sir you are so tall”. It was on 28th November 2008, you whispered me that big question, “Sir, will terrorists kill us?” I still remember you were in a hurry as if you did not want to put this question to anyone else but only to me. “Sir, they have bombs and guns. They killed many in Mumbai. Sir, will they…” I know, dear child, I am supposed to answer you. A teacher must have some answers with him. If not, then he is not eligible to be a teacher. Your question did not surprise me but your tears filled eyes did. Your TV screen had telecast it in a very attractive fashion for almost three days and nights. (26, 27 and 28 November). They could keep the entire nation on its toes. If the gun battle between the security personnel and the terrorists was bad, the running commentary telecast by the Visual Medias was worse. You know, dear child, that day is nicknamed as “26/11”. They say that Mumbai is still reeling under the fear-factor. It took three days to evacuate the terrorists from the premises. You must have seen on TV, our leaders looking at the western horizon and bleating loudly, ‘the perpetrators would be brought to justice’. You must have again seen people breaking their heads and pulling their hair in despair and m a ny c a m e ra c l i c k s . Yo u k n o w c h i l d , terrorists are a special species of “janvar”

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(animals) enter the houses where people don’t care to lock their doors before they sleep. So, don’t forget to lock the doors of your house before you go to bed. However, you don’t ask me why they kill people. It is a very sensitive question to answer. Nobody dares to say it. That is the law (Kanoon) of our country. They are never born in jungles. You know, there are well – established terrorist breeding farms everywhere. The Pakistani Terrorist Breeding Farm is one of the best. Once a terrorist cub is born it is provided with a special brand of milk named Anti India Jihadi Milk. When the cub drinks this milk, it will try to roar an anti India terrorist cub roar. And slowly it grows. These cubs are taught alphabets and numbers too. You must have already learned it by now in your class. But there is a slight difference in the way they learn the alphabets from that of yours. They learn A for “aadmi”, B for “bandook”…. and K for “killing”, etc. You know, it is very funny! These cubs are given training in how to carry a bomb like a cricket ball and bowl at any house where the door is carelessly opened and how to pull the trigger of a bandook and smash every Indian heads etc. Now you are a bit surprised and keen to learn little more of it, right ? These animals were active in the ancient days also. They used to travel from country to country, killing and looting indigenous settlers. You will learn about some of them in future in your history books named Tipusultan, Chenquis Khan, Babar etc. But they are ornamented with hero’s attire. Those animals became extinct like dinosaurs. These terrorists are the new adaptation of the old barbarian species. Now you may ask me, how we can stop these demons from prowling on us. We can do it. We can take them by their horns. But we must have the WILL with us. We must have the willpower of Guru Govind Singh, Rana Pratap and Shivaji. When we start living with that determination, no animal will dare to stare and pounce on us. I know that you are too small to understand all these things. You will learn it through books that describe stories of our ancestors who fought with terrorists destroying their breeding farms and won the land. So dear c h i l d , l ove yo u r m o t h e r l a n d a n d i t s culture. Days are not far; we will destroy these terrible species of animals. We have to do it because mother and motherland are greater than heaven. – Your Teacher

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Abo Tari
The Ancestor of Human Race
Km. Tana Yari Best in Work Experience Class VI, Balijan
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The ‘Nyishi’ community believes that their ancestor “Nyikum Tani” took birth as the first man on earth. In course of time, he became a perfect human being called ‘Niya Tani’ (Abo Tani). Abotani married ‘Donyi Yai Chumji’, the first daughter of ‘Ayu Donyi’ Donyi Yai Chumji who had a baby. So, she asked Abotani to bring her younger sister ‘Donyi – Ludi – Lurgo from ‘Donyi Neg Naamfo’, the kingdom of sun, to look after her baby. There were two paths for going to Donyi Neg Naamfo. One was Hachi Sekho where ‘Yoma Tado’ the Supreme Deity of poverty lived. Another was ‘Haaf Sekho’ where all benevolent Gods and Goddesses lived. Doni Yai Chumji advised Abotani to go through Haaf Sekho route. But Abotani did not listen to his wife’s advice. He went through Hatchi Sekho and made friendship with Yama Tada and exchanged all his beautiful dresses and valuable ornaments with Yoma Tada’s ordinary dress made of bamboo and cane. After putting on Yoma Tada’s ordinary dress, Abotani realized his mistake. He felt sad and panicky. Now he felt ashamed of going to ‘Donyi Neg Namlo wearing such ordinary dress. So he came back to his home. On seeing him Donyi Yai Chumji got angry and told Abotani that she would no longer be his wife as he didn’t listen to her advice. Then she went back to Donyi Neg Naamlo, her parental home with the baby, leaving Abotani alone on earth. Abotani became restless and frustrated without his beloved wife. He threatened to destroy the whole universe. Then there was restlessness in the universe and all gods and goddesses got disturbed and started thinking critically for their survival. At last ‘Hib Gyab-bo, God and Goddess of creation (according Nyishis), prayed and cooled down Abotani’s anger and advised him to remarry ‘Jlit Ane’, the younger daughter of ‘Ayu Donyi’ (Sun). She was said to have been the most beautiful lady in the universe of that time. According to the advice of ‘Hib-Gyab-bo’, Abotani and ‘Jlit Ane’ got a baby. Thus, the first generation of human beings started. Heena Tam, Class IV, Balijan
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Km. Sonia Tassar Best in Performing Arts Class IX, Balijan
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Friend
Km. Gocham Yaka, Class VIII, Roing A friend is someone Who understands you best and your feelings. He doesn’t care about anybody or anything, But always there at your service. So, it is said: ‘A friend in need is friend indeed’. A friend is someone Who really cares you And shares all the joys and sorrows with you; Who gives you support To overcome all the hurdles of life developing good rapport. A friend is someone Who is a very special person After our revered teachers and dear parents.

Km. Tana Yali Best House Leader Class IX-B, Balijan
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Friendship
Tessica Rijiju, Class V, Balijan Friendship is that Binds the relationship between two persons That can’t be broken so easily. Some friendship lasts longer So, it is lucidly called: “Friendship is more precious than gold” Dear friends! Friendship is like eyes and hands: When eyes cry, hands wipe away the tears And when the hands hurt, the eyes cry.
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Lurum Myora
Vimol Dodum, Class VIII, Seijosa here was a beautiful girl called Lurum Myora. She was always in the habit of going to river for fishing. Her parents repeatedly advised her to avoid such fishing everyday. However, she continued as before. Once she went to the river for fishing and did not return. This invited anxiety to the whole family and all went to search for her everywhere. At last they could trace out the foot prints of the girl near a big stone lying on a riverbank. Finally, she was found below a stone crying to be released from it. She was hungry and requested for rice and water. She told that she was going to die due to hunger and thirst. In fact, the trapped girl was talking with her parents from a narrow and long fissure of the stone. She was trapped in stone and there was no means to escape and free her. Her parents tried all their best to free her from the stone trap. They tried to break and destroy the stone with their swords, but all their attempts went in vain. Being failed from all corners, the parents brought Apong-water and rice. They fed the girl with the help of a thick stick . The water or Apong was poured into the tiny holes with a very small bamboo tube. Thus, it was an extremely awkward situation where neither the girl nor the parents could see each other. They could only talk but could not see her perfectly. The parents and the daughter remained separated though they were quite near to each other. Therefore, death was approaching gradually to the girl as she failed to consume the food with full satisfaction. This activity continued for a couple of days, and finally, the parents failed to hear the sound of their daughter anymore despite their repeated calls. This was the tragic end of a girl who did not obey her parents. “So my dear brothers and sisters, always obey your elders”.
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Kr. Lumar Kipa Fipik Best Story Teller Sher
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Km. Kirpi Ori Best in Sports & Games Class IX, Jirdin

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Mathematics and Science
MATHEMATICS
Mathematics is just like a machine which makes every work easier. It seems like an abnormal subject. It is a technically advanced subject.

Km. Nyapi Kena Best in Performing Arts Class VII, Jirdin
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Mathematics is like a hotel where problems are like meals which we have to swallow and digest. Mathematics is like an encounter specialist. Mathematics is like a magician who can change your life as well as the whole world within a moment. Mathematics is an antidote. Mathematics is a trumpet which can blow on your head. It is ephemeral as well as rich in imagery. For world today, mathematicsematics is considered as a challenging subject. Lastly, it is the subject which can sharpen your brain.

Km. Jumpi Jini Best in Fine Arts Class VIII, Jirdin
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SCIENCE
Science is just like a sandwich which is very delicious. It is just like a calendar which goes on changing It is an impassive subject without any kind of emotions. Science is the nature boy of this world. It is the composer of many chemicals.
Kr. Rajkumar Sahani Best in Work Experience Class VIII, Jirdin
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Lastly, it ekes out our enthusiasms in our daily routine if we help maintain it properly. Friends, you may think that mathematics and science, these two subjects are bisectors of our lives. But it is not so. I have just elaborated their attitudes to cheer up your minds, not for casting upon you a trepidation of these two subjects. So friends, take it easy and learn to play with them rather than developing fear for them. Once you internalize them properly, your mind will become as sharp as new blade and as smooth as carom board. Sharath Kumar N. K., Class IX, Kharsang
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Three Things
Azharuddin Ahmed, Class VII-B, Roing Three things to respect : “Old age, Religion and Law”. Three things to love : “Purity, Honesty and Hard-work” Three things to admire : “Beauty, Intellect and Character” Three things to cultivate : “Courage, calmness and Contentment” Three things to maintain : “Promise, Friendship and Affection” Three things to avoid : “Smoking, Anger and Temptations” Three things to control : “Tongue, Drinking and Gambling” Three things to watch : “Speech, Behavior and Action” Three things to prevent : “Laziness, Falsehood and Slander” Three things to trust : “God, Teacher and Friend”

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“Books”
Books are precious like ‘Heart and Soul’, They are the essence of work and goal. Books are keys to wisdom and treasure, gate-ways to the land of pleasure. Books help in building characters; In fact, they are best tutors. Books must be read with apt attention As they have the powers to increase concentration. Books benefit us in many a way So as to make our lives bright and gay; Books are the symbols of immortality That lead us to the aroma of spirituality. Books are our true friends, Come on! Let’s read…….. Nabam Kakum, Class IX, Sher
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Teacher
Parismita Koch, Class VIII-A, Roing Teacher is a precious gift of God, He is our Guru, friend and philosopher, He is the one who guides us at every step. He enlightens our minds; He provides us knowledge; He teaches us to be kind and good; He can make our personality; So, teacher is truly valuable for us. Teacher is not an ordinary person; He is the backbone of a nation, And also the best guide of children. We should always obey and respect Our teacher.

Kr. Nani Hassang Best in Fine Arts Class VIII, Shergaon
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Jokes
Kr. Sonam Tashi Best in Work Experience Class X, Shergaon
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Dukhum Nicky, Class VI, Balijan

Teacher : Sit down. Rahul, read nicely or else you will get anda. Rahul : Sir, with anda, will I get bread ?

CHOICE

Subdue Mauna, Class X

It is common for an individual to view out something and then either idolizes it or simply throw it; it is according to one’s own interest. These days seem very tough for teenagers because of the influence of glitter by media. In fact, majority of the teenagers often face with bewildering situations bounded with multiple temptations of thoughts. It is one’s duty to choose the best ones for the better future. So friends, let’s take up the every letter of a SINCERE Student. One who is S I N C E
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: : : : : : :

Systematic Inspiring Neat Continual Emphatic Rigorous Enduring
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R E

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“Rainy Day”
Ater Bengia, Class IX (A), Balijan
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Clouds are darkening, Breeze is drilling and Coming with them is Thundering and lightening. The rain is sure to come, And coming with it is snow. It seems to be like a pearl All over in the hills and fallows. Frog croaks And land cracks. Finally raindrops give way to reality, And each time in high intensity. Giving prosperities to the farmers, And relief to workers.

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“A great attitude does much more than turn on the lights in our worlds; it seems to magically connect us to all sorts of serendipitous opportunities that were somehow absent before the change”. – Earl Nightingale
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“School Cinema”
Km. Appu Teli, Class IX, Balijan
Km. Athulu Mepo Best in Fine Arts Sunpura
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School is like a ‘Cinema’ where Students are ‘actors and actresses’. Teachers are ‘directors’ and Examinations premiers And the report cards are
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The ‘box office’ hits and flops. Toppers are ‘superstars’ But, failures are ‘flop stars’. Time table is the ‘shooting schedule’ And ‘outings’ are the free hours, ‘Enjoyments’ are the games And the ‘script’ is the library. But the most important… The Principal is the ‘producer’.

Km. Hage Kanya All Round Best Student Class IX, Sunpura
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Smile Please !
Jack : How can we make ‘seven’ an even number ? Cody : It is quite impossible. Jack : No, it possible. Just remove the letter ‘S’ from the word seven. ......................................................................................................... Jack : There were three brothers. If the middle brother’s name is ‘Pintwo’, then what will be the names of the younger and elder brother ? How can I tell that ? It’s very simple. The younger brother’s name is ‘Pinone’ and elder brother’s name is ‘Pinthree’. Pallab Borah, Class VIII-B, Roing
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Cody Jack
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Easy v/s Difficult
Saurav Roy, Class IX, Kharsang Easy to get a place in someone’s address book; Difficult to get a place in someone’s heart. Easy to find the mistakes of others; Difficult to recognize our own mistakes. Easy to talk without thinking; Difficult to refrain the tongue. Easy to hurt someone’s feelings; Difficult to heal the wounds. Easy is to forget others; Difficult is to ask for forgiveness. Easy to set rules; Difficult to follow them. Easy to dream every night; Difficult to fight for a dream. Easy to show victory; Difficult to assume defeat with dignity. Easy to admire a full moon; Difficult to see the other side. Easy is to stumble with a stone; Difficult is to get up. Easy to enjoy life everyday; Difficult to give its real value. Easy to pray every night; Difficult to find God in small things. Easy to promise something to someone; Difficult to fulfill that promise. Easy to say that we love; Difficult to show it everyday. Easy to criticise others; Difficult to improve oneself. Easy to make mistakes; Difficult to learn from them. Easy to think about improving; Difficult to stop thinking it and put into action. Easy to think badly of other; Difficult to give them the benefit of doubt. Easy to receive; Difficult to give. Easy to read this; But difficult to follow.
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Kr. Tedu Lingfa Best in Fine Arts Class III, Wessang
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Km. Fem Pao All Round Best Student Class III, Wessang
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Km. Lachai Yangfo Best Story Teller Class III, Wessang
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My Village A Heaven
Lenin Tungi, Class IX, Seijosa
Km. Rinya Taku Best in Performing Arts Class II, Wessang
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Kr. Chera Taru Best in Work Experience Class IV, Koloriang
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Kr. Pissa Raju Best Thought Interpreter Class V, Koloriang
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After a long gap of three years, I was on my way to my village. Because of poor transportation and long distance, my visits to my native place were sparse and far in between. But I enjoyed going there. Actually, I had to walk a lot after getting down from bus. This time too, after walking a long distance, I could view my village. Climbing up the high mountains, I was lost in the beautiful communion of Mother Nature. Still I had to cover a long distance, but the wind, blowing in opposite direction strained me to move forward. I could hear the chirpings of birds that was my sole companions. The desire to see my village arose the curiosity within, leaving behind all the fatigue and difficulties. No sooner did I touch the wet and familiar lands than I got delighted of the eternal bliss coming on my way. Unlike city, before sunrise, elders and youngsters started the day. Morning rays rejuvenated the forest creatures giving new lives and spirits to the young ones and broke the tranquility of entire village. The lands were cleared and made ready for sowing seeds. Everyone in the field was toiling with a lot of hope and interest on the face. I too was excited. Under the bright sun-light we tilled the land. There was a spontaneous joy from within. Later on, the sky was overcast with dense clouds and it rained. It was a heavy cloud burst. After some time the rain stopped and I could the sun from the hill.It was so pleasing. The green fields, birds my innocent friends made me so joyful. My stay at the village gave me the happiness of not less than a dwelling in heaven.

Kr. Riya Tade Best in Fine Arts Class VII, Koloriang

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EXAMINATION
A Game of Cricket
Ranjay Sah, Class IX, Kharsang

Kr. Mangri Biju All Round Best Student Class VI, Koloriang
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Teacher plays the role of a ‘Coach’ And students are ‘Batsmen’ Question- makers are like ‘Bowlers’ Pen is like a ‘Bat or Runner’. Answer paper is a pitch where Questions are bowled to ‘batsmen’. Marks are like ‘Runs scored’ Examiner plays the role of ‘Umpire’. ‘Evaluator’ plays the role of ‘Match Referee’, ‘Easy questions’ are as ‘Full-toss bowls’, ‘Average questions’ are as ‘Medium-pace bowls’, Critical questions act as ‘Spin bowls’. ‘Passed’ means ‘Century’ ‘Promoted’ means ‘Half Century’ ‘Failed’ means ‘Clean Bold’. ‘First Division’ is like ‘winning the match’. ‘Over’ is like ‘Time’.
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MY INDIA
Nabam Reenyam Class V, Balijan

Kr. Geri Jileu Best in Fine Arts Class V, Liromoba
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Kashmir for beauty; Kolkata for duty. Chennai for dance; Bangalore to prance Nagaland for hills; Gujarat for mills. Agra for The Taj; Jaipur for The Hawa Mahal. Bengal Durga Puja; Bihar Chhat Puja Maharastra for Sugar cane; Arunachal for bamoo and cane. Himachal for apples; Orissa for temples. Kerala for education; UP for population. Assam for rice; Shimla for Ice.

“East or West India is the Best”

Kr. Yamto Likar Best Thought Interpreter Class V, Liromoba
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Sri Rishi Saraswat, Class VII, Roing

GOD
Gave Me
God gave me my Father and mother Because He loves me. God gave me Good teachers Because He cares for me. God gave me Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas to study in Because He wants to give the best to me.
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Kr. Santosh Kambu Best House Leader Class V, Liromoba

Do you know ?
Sri Rishi Saraswat, Class VII, Roing The world’s first woman doctor was an American. Her name was Elizabeth Black. Mauna Loa, the world’s biggest volcano which is about 4000 meters high. Driest food is the backed sunflower seed, just 5% water. The wettest is the water melon, 97% water. The most poisonous Spider in the world is a female black window spider. The male spider of this species harms less, but the female spider has a bite that can kill a person instantly. If a gold fish is left in a dark place (or) room for a long time, it’ll frequently shine white. The star fish has an eye on the end of each arm. The continent of Asia holds half of the world’s population. A snake’s heart goes on beating for many hours after cut off its head.

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Km. Jarmoti Romin Best in Sports & Games Class V, Liromoba
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A Humble Learner
Sri Akshaya Kumar Mohanty, Teacher, Seijosa A vibrant and elegant boy, Is just a sign of joy. Never feels boredom, Always a harbinger of wisdom. Getting to adolescent, Remains sincere and obedient. Grows with calmness and diligence, Appears a gem so translucent Promises to fulfill the ambition, Dreams to make a great nation. Aiming to serve the humanity, Wishing to idealize divinity.

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Kr. Suraj Charu Best Thought Interpreter Kuporijo
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Kr. Roy Lamdik Best in Performing Arts Class VI, Kuporijo

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EXCELLENCE
A German tourist once visited a temple under construction where he saw a sculptor.; quite engrossed in sculpturing. He noticed a similar idol lying nearby. Surprised, he asked the sculptor, “Do yo u need two statues of the same idol?” “No,” said the sculptor without looking up, “we need only one, but the first one got damaged at the last s t a g e .” T h e g e n t l e m a n examined the idol and found no apparent damage. “Where is the damage?” he asked. There is a scratch on the nose of the idol.” Said the sculptor, still busy with his work. “Where are you going to install the idol ?” The sculptor replied that it would be installed on a pillar twenty feet high. “If the idol is that far, who is going to know that there is a scratch on the nose?” the gentleman asked. The sculptor stopped his work, looked up at the gentleman, smiled and said, “I will know it.” The desire to excel is exclusive of the fact whether someone else appreciates it or not. “Excellence” is a drive from inside, not outside. Excellence is not for someone else to notice but for your own satisfaction and efficiency.

Kr. Tajum Dugi Best in Fine Arts Class VII, Kuporijo
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Kr. Tamin Baki Best in Work Experience Class IX, Kuporijo
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Kr. Sanjay Lombi Best House Leader Kuporijo
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JOKES
Teacher Student
Km. Sreva Chakraborty Best Story Teller Class III, Jairampur

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What do you get from a pampered cow ? Spoilt milk.

Salabha S Nair, Class- VIII, Roing
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“Beauty Contest”
Mummo Lego, Class IX, Sunpura A reputed beauty product company once asked the people of a large city to send pictures along with brief accounts about the most beautiful women they knew. Within a few weeks, thousands of letters were delivered to the company. One letter in particular caught the attention of the person-in-charge of the company and he handed over it to the Company President without delay. The letter was written by a young boy who obviously was from a broken house, living in a rundown neighborhood. With spelling correction, the excerpt of this letter reads: “A beautiful woman lives down the street. I visit her everyday. She makes me feel like the most important kid in the world. We play checkers and she listens to my problems. She understands me, and when I leave, she always yells out at the door that she’s proud of me”. The boy ended his letter saying, “This picture shows you that she’s the most beautiful woman. I wish I could have a wife as pretty as she is”. Intrigued by the letter, the president asked to see this woman’s picture. His secretary gave him a photograph of a smiling, toothless woman, well advanced in years sitting in a wheel chair, sparse grey hair pulled back in a bun, and wrinkles that formed deep furrows on her face were some how diminished by the twinkle in her eyes. “We can’t use this ”, explained the president, smiling. “She would show the world that our products aren’t necessary to be truly beautiful woman”.
(Source : East and West Series)

RIDDLES PUZZLES

1. Once in a year and twice in a week. What is the alphabet ? [Answer : ‘e’] 2. Single line, double line, double ‘O’ and ‘D’. Keep it in a plate and give it to me. What is it ? [Answer : ‘Food’] 3. Half Circle, Full Circle, Half Circle, Half Circle, Full Circle, Right Angle and A. What is it ? [Answer : ‘Coco-Cola’] 4. I have teeth but I don’t bite. Tell me what I am ? [Answer : ‘Comb’] 1. Change “Paws” into an insect. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Answer : ‘Wasp’] 2. Find out the animal in “Shore”. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Answer : ‘Horse’] 3. Make “Poles” slant a little. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Answer : ‘Slope’] 4. Make “Earth” an organ in the body. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Answer : ‘Heart’] 5. Let’s “Brake” make a bread. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Answer : ‘Baker’]

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Funny Fundas
Ketchup was sold in the 1830’s as a medicine. Chocolate affects a dog’s heart and nervous system. A few ounces will kill a small sized dog. Donald Duck comics were banned in Finland because he doesn’t wear pants. Money isn’t made out of paper, it is made out of cotton. Your stomach produces a new layer of mucus every two weeks otherwise it will digest itself. The dot over the letter ‘i’ is called the title. Forty percent of McDonald’s profit comes from the sales of ‘happy meals’. Every person has a unique tongue print. 315 entries in Websters 1996 dictionary were misspelled. On an average, 12 newborns will be given to wrong parents daily. During the famous chariot scene in “Ben Hur”, a small red car can be seen at a distance. Most lipsticks contain fish scales. Leonardo Da vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time. There are no clocks in the Las Vegas gambling casinos. There are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with orange, purple and silver. A tiny amount of liquor on a scorpion will make it go mad instantly and sting itself to death. Chewing gum while peeling onions will keep you from crying. Guiness Book Of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.

LIFE IS LIKE THAT
Abhijit Ghosh, Class- IX, Roing Life is like a river. With all its bends and rapid falls, you must follow the right path or else you’ll lose your way. Life is like a box of chocolate. You’ll never know what type you’re going to get. Life is like eating Jackfruit. First, you have to break through the skin; then you take a couple of bites to get used to the taste of it. Life is a novel. You are the author and everyday is like a new page. Life is like money. You can spend it any way you wish, but you only spend it once. Life is like a pencil. You can sharpen it, you can correct mistakes.
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59 HOURS
Debjani Chakraborty, Class- IX, Roing One night I felt so boring that I closed my books and kept them aside. Everybody at home was busy watching TV. I silently switched off the light of my room and opened the windows gently. The cool wind entered my room and passed by my side gently and made me feel as pure as winter. I sent my eyes to the distant sky and felt as if the moon gazed at me. The moonlight spread over the sky. I felt as if God was showering His blessings to this world. Then suddenly I heard my mom shouting, “Come soon Ani, see what’s happening?”. I ran towards my mom and was spellbound to see that was going on in TV. Suddenly my mind was filled with sorrow and somewhere there was anger hidden within the sorrow. Anyone who would see such a terrorist attack would be in such condition. Everybody worldwide was very shocked to see such an attack on Mumbai by the terrorists. This all happened on 26th November 2008. It shockes the whole of India. All police, army and other forces were busy to free Mumbai from terrorists. They have captured The Taj hotel and Nariuman house. Done lot but the same condition continued for 59 hours. After that, Indian Armed Force got success. In this operation many commandoes, NSGs and police officers lost their lives. There are two ways.One is of peace and harmony; other is of war and destruction. Today we are students; safe with our parents and teachers. Tomorrow it is our turn to face the musicof guns and granades. So it’s a question for us : What would we prefer ?

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Kr. Jalingko Chowmong All Round Best Student Class IX, Jairampur
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Kr. Tulem Mungray Best Thought Interpreter Class VIII, Jairampur
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Kr. Tadar Tania Best in Work Experience Class IX, Jairampur
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Kr. Ngungmun Khimhun Best Hostel Leader Class V, Jairampur

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THE CLEVER SON
Koj Koniya, Class- IX, Ziro Once in a small village there lived a poor old couple. Their son was in jail. One day the old father decided to write a letter to his son. He wrote: “Dear son, we are starving here. So I am planning to dig and cultivate our barren land” The very next day the father received a letter from the son “No father! Please do not dig the field because I have hidden my guns and bullets which are needed for me later”. Just then someone knocked at his door. The police have arrived. On seeing the police, the heartbeat of the old man fastened with fear. The police snatched the letter from him and read it. After reading it, they dug and searched each and every inch of the field but found no guns or bullets. The very next day the old man received another letter from his son: “Father I have led a unworthy life. Please forgive me. But you should give rest to your o l d b o n e s . To d i g t h a t barren land, much stamina and energy was needed. Anyway I got it done for you. Could do this much only from here.”

Kr. Thangkap Thangha Best in Sports & Games Jairampur
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Km. Kopton Mossang Best House Leader Class XI, Jairampur
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Kr. Gopa Mihu Best in Sports & Games Class IX, Seijosa
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JOKES
Papa Zombie Papa
Kr. Lenin Tungi Best in Performing Arts Class IX, Seijosa

Km. Hage Nari, Class VII, Ziro Oh my dear child! How many days you took to complete this chapter. Only two days, papa. But it has been one month. I completed reading this chapter in two days. But to understand it, it took one month.
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Zombie

TAIYU SIMIH
Km. Tage Yalung, Class VIII, Roing Our village is on the edge of GANGA LAKE, which is in Itanagar, known by a name Taiyu Simih. This Taiyu Simih has an old story of it. Long long ago, once there was a young, brave and hard working man. He used to go to jungle for work. One morning, on his way to jungle, he saw a frog being caught by a snake. Looking at the helpless frog, he felt pity. He killed the snake and saved the frog’s life. Many days passed by. One early morning he got up and went to the jungle to trap rats. As he went hurriedly; he forgot to cook the food for himself. When he came back in the evening, to his surprise, he found the food, well cooked. This continued for many days. So, one day he thought to look who used to cook food for him. So, he went outside of his home and watched hiding near by. Then he saw a girl entered home and was cooking for him. After seeing her, he went inside and asked the girl, “Why are you cooking food for me?” The girl replied, “Once you saved my life by killing the snake. I was a frog then. As you have saved my life, I want to serve you. I wish to marry with you.” The man said, “Before marrying, we must go and talk to your parents.” The girl agreed and said, “If you want, we must go and talk to my parents, she requested him to follow her to TAIYUSIMIH.” “I will throw a stick into the river; you have to jump along with me in the river.” Instructed the girl. Thus they reached to a house there the man saw his would-be father-in-law and mother-in-law. They too agreed and gave both of them a mithun after marriage. Many years passed by and they had now many Mithuns. One day the man thought to himself, “I have so many Mithuns now. Let me cut and eat the eldest one as it is growing older.” When he cut the eldest mithun, all other Mithuns went inside the Taiyu Simih and vanished away. The man asked his wife the reason for mishap. My parents gave the mithun for raring and not for slaughter and eat. The boy now realized that his father-in-low is none other than the God Himself. This incident made him feel very sorry and he promised his wife not to become cruel anymore to any of the creatures. After this incident, the man became an ideal man and role model for others.
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TIT FOR TAT
Satita Wlein, Class-IX, Roing Once in a small town lived an old lady who had lost her eyesight. Then she called a doctor for her treatment and told that ‘if he cures her then she will pay a very large amount in the form of fee. With this she also said that she wouldn’t pay anything if she is not cured.’ The doctor agreed and started the treatment the very next day onwards. The doctor goes to her house everyday for treatment. Each day the doctor takes away (stealing) furniture from her house without her permission. So, he delays the cure in order to collect all the furniture of her house.

Kr. Tada Tana Tara Best in Fine Arts Class VI, Seijosa
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Kr. Bharat Bagang Best in Work Experience Class VII, Seijosa
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Lastly, the lady was cured. And the doctor asks for the fees, but the lady refuses to pay saying that the cure is not complete. So the doctor brings a judge. The judge asked the lady why she is not paying the fee. Then the lady replies that her eyesight is not properly restored and she is not able to see all her furniture. The judge gives verdict in favour of the lady. Q : Why didn’t the shark eat the girl ? A : Because it was a man–eater shark. Q : Why did the teacher wear sun-glasses ? A : Because his students were very bright ? Q : Why did Tom keep jumping up and down ? A : He took medicine but forgot to shake the bottle. Q : What is always before us but we can’t see ? A : Future Q : Which word is always pronounced wrong ? A : The word “wrong” itself. Q : What looks empty when it is full ? A : A balloon. Q : What is that shows but can’t see itself ? A : Mirror. Q : What does have hundred of letters ? A : Post office.
Abhishek Shukla, Class IX, Roing
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Kr. Dodum Wage All Round Best Student Class IX, Seijosa
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Kr. Gopi Nandakumar Best Thought Interpreter Seijosa

PUZZLES COLLECTION

INDIA take on PAKISTAN
Javed Ahmed, Class VII, Roing

When the umpire calls for the toss Then Dravid is the boss. When he throws the coin India wins the toss. When Akhtar comes to bowl The umpire says ‘wide and no ball’. Pakistan’s spinners take the ball, Indian batsmen hit hard to the wall When the ball crosses the boundary Sachin completes the century. Now it is slog over. Dhoni is a danger. When Zahir comes to bowl Inzaman’s wicket fall. When Agarkar’s ball hits the stump Pakistan is bump. At last, Misbah comes to bat. Misplays and gives a simple catch And India wins the match.

SORRY ! MR. MATHS
Math does not come in my grip, From my hands it always slips. I toil and try to be a hero, But Math proves me always zero. Alas! Math is my favorite, But it always mixes me in concrete, Sometimes I feel I am not nil, But Math always rolls me down the hills. My grade is always subtracted, As many found in Math least interested, Math! Sorry I may not forget you, But always, often and ever I am to sue. Shivanji Mishra, Class VIII, Roing

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WAY TO SUCCESS

Jayanta Gogoi, Teacher VKV Roing

We are all after the dream shown by a seven-lettered word “success”. Can anyone achieve success in his life ? Or we can just try for it ? Is success absolute or relative ? Just like a student who got 70 and 85 marks respectively in 1st and 2nd terminal examinations in a particular subject. That means he achieved more success in the 2nd terminal as compared to the 1st one. He can still try for better success. Thus, it is a relative word. When can we tell that someone has achieved success? I am leaving this question for the readers of this article. In one of the last meetings, we teachers had discussed the word “success” interpreting a formula sent by our VKV AP T. It is given below: Success = 3Q + 3D or in short : S = 3Q + 3D. Where 3Q represents intelligence quotient, emotional quotient and spiritual quotient. And 3D represents devotion, dedication and dignity. So, to achieve the success one must have all these six qualities irrespective of whether he is a teacher or a student. Which one should come first is also not so important. But if anyone is less than the success will be less. In the mathematical point of view too, in the process of addition, if any term has less value, obviously the sum will be less. We can compare the same thing with the cooking of a vegetable, where in between salt and turmeric powder, which one we have to put first that is not so important. Important is the quantity of each one. How much we have to put? If either of one is less, the vegetable will become either tasteless or colourless. Similarly, if one has intelligence but he has no dignity, devotion and dedication for his work, then he can not achieve success in his work. In fact, his intelligence will be of no use. So, all the values or qualities will be required collectively for maximum success. Now I want to go towards the word ‘intelligence’ quotient. It represents the degree of brightness possessed by an individual. It is obtained by dividing the mental age (M.A.) by the chronological, and multiplying the result by 100. The formula for I.Q. is IQ = (M.A. /C.A.) x 100. The mental age is the expression of the extent of development achieved by the individual stated in terms of the performance can be expected at any given age. If I.Q. would have been 100, his mental growth would be just normal. If it would have been 75, his growth would be below normal. The next quality is emotional stability which can be measured with emotional quotient. As a student or as a teacher, he or she might have an intensely emotional life. He or she might have intensity of feeling, instability, anxiety, mood swings, fluctuation of feeling, egotism etc. But to win over a situation, the individual must have emotional stability. He or she must know how to react to a disastrous situation and how to control it. Today’s students are tomorrow’s citizens of our country. So the teacher as well as the student must be the role-models in front of our society. We teachers and the student must have good moral values. For that, we must be spiritually enriched. We teachers must feel the importance of our profession. A person who wants to join this profession must feel the call for it. In the words of Secondary Education Commission: “ They will not look upon their work as an unpalatable means of earning a living but as an avenue through which they are rendering significant social services as finding some measure of selffulfillment and self expression.” So, to be a successful teacher, we must have devotion, dedication and dignity for our profession or service. For students also all these values are most essential.
(Source : Education Psychology by D. S. Mathur)
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HIDDEN
Geet Bhaskar, Class IX, Roing Something hides in you Conquer it. Something hides you Destroy it. Something hides in” no” Guess it. Something hides in “yes” Doubt it. Something hides in truth Find it out. Something hides in fear Avoid it. Something hides in success Achieve it.
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Sri. K. P. Rao 100% Attendance Principal, Yazali
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Sri. Kalyanam Bharadwaj 100% Attendance Teacher, Banderdewa
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Smt. Ranjana Srivastava 100% Attendance Principal, Sunpura
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Smt. Shyamala Ravindran 100 Attendance Principal, Liromoba
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Sri. G. Jayachandran 100% Attendance Teacher, Yazali
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Sri. Amarjit Baitha 100% Attendance Non-teaching, Liromoba

Sri. Gopi Krishna Subedi 100% Attendance Principal, Koloriang

Sri. Rajib Prasad 100% Attendance Teacher, Kuporijo

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RUPA
The Land of Lamas
How beautiful is the nature, Carved and surfaced with Pines and oaks everywhere, In the land of holy Lamas. Water trickles down, Through the rocks and sand Towards the deep gorges and valleys Beautiful streams flow below. In the land of Lamas, People dressed in brow and red, Sacred clothes covering their bodies Bald headed, showering peace and calm walks. Truly so, the land of Lamas; The land where the sun shines first, Holding the treasures of humanity Is the land to be treasured in the hearts Of every living things The land with geographical diversities, Bound the people in its grip, With chilly winters and snow covered mountains And foggy valleys. Alas! o mankind, Thy cruelty has no equal; Thou cruel hands have crushed The gift of mother earth. Oh! Holy Mother! Shower your kindest blessings, Keep this land of Lamas As beautiful as ever before. P. Sreenidhi Nair, Class IX, Roing

WISH
Rikar Diri Bogum, Class X, Oyan We are the budding flowers We are the gift of nature. Unfold only in a season When there is only freedom. We do believe in our parents They are the gods of heaven. We don’t understand any region. Taking a richer colour Revealing the richness of feelings. Spreading the sweet fragrance around us Entangling the message of peace. But, mother why ? We are being plucked by strangers !
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THE MONK AT CHICAGO
Jayanta Gogoi, Teacher, VKV Roing The soul, which is Still walking barefooted With glaze and charm, We millions are after him. The voice, which is Vibrating from Kanyakumari to Chicago, From the depth of the sea to The zenith of the sky. Many blow their own trumpets Whole world is watching, All the stars are becoming pale, Only he is shining. Echo everywhere, Only one dharma, No caste, no creed, no religion All are brothers and sisters.

TREE
The dust of mighty progress Lies thick upon my skin How do I breathe ? How do I produce oxygen ? The rape of this earth Has still not seen the last, Of man’s endless greed To fill his pockets fast. Trees chopped down without a thought Lakes vanishing in dumped mud and dirt, My priceless gift of clean pure air I give to man, but he’s not aware. Why would I a tree want to be ? In a heartless, dying, Bangalore’s building spree ?

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RAIN
Salabha S Nair, Class VIII, Roing Sit down to gaze through window, Bobbing umbrellas seen in a row. Every drop when falls on leaves, It’s something rare I feel. The rain has a very sweet music; Someone from deep whispering a secret, The song of whistling leaves, Being in touch with rain I feel. Trees were ringing now with bird’s song; Suddenly the ringing coverts to down power, Slow and constant rhythm of rain, Left on me a gift of pain.

KNOWLEDGE
Wantika, Class V, Jairampur Knowledge is like a vast ocean; It is not going to be over, It has no ending. It can be given As much as, and still it is there. Knowledge can be as pure as a noble heart, And can be used at any moment. Knowledge should be cultivated by everyone, And knowledge is the weapon At peril.

IT’S UP TO YOU
One One One One One One One One One One song can spark a moment, flower can wake the dream. tree can start a forest, bird can herald spring. smile begins a friendship, handclasp lifts a soul. star can guide a ship at sea, word can frame the goal. vote can change a nation, sunbeam lights a room.

Collected by – Dubom Tayeng, Oyan

One candle wipes out darkness, One laugh will conquer gloom. One step must start each journey, One word must start each prayer. One hope will raise our spirits, One touch can show your care. One voice can speak with wisdom, One heart can know what’s true. One life can make the difference, You see, it’s up to you!
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Chain of poverty, Chain of unlawful acts, Chain of corruption. “Where ?” How do you see free India ? Is she free from terrorists ? Is she free from violence ? No, the problems are still alive. How ? How to set India truly free ? Free from the darkness of ignorance Taking India towards the path Of development. To achieve the goal of democracy, To get the faith of love, To turn the barrier around Into the flower ground. Let’s all come together To set India free, Free from negative forces And achieve the dreams Of Nehru and Gandhiji, Shastriji, Netaji and Swamiji.

FREEDOM
Sudhanshu Singh, Class IX-B, Itanagar Today everyone says: “We are celebrating our freedom; We are celebrating our independence” I ask you: You and everyone, “Are we free???” I see our motherland Still in barriers and chains The barriers of caste lay the chain:

Geotroubles
After explaining about latitude, longitude, degrees and minutes the Geography teacher asked, “Suppose I invited you to meet me for lunch at 23 degrees, 4 minutes north latitude and 45 degrees, 15 minutes east longitude, showed the globe where we would be taking lunch ” After a confused silence, a voice volunteered, “I guess you’d be eating alone.” Teacher asked Taba : how can you prove the earth is round ? Taba replied : I can’t. Besides, I never said it was.
– Compiled by a vulnerable Geography teacher
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Water and life
‘Water flows from high in the mountains, Water runs deep in the Earth. Miraculously, water comes to us, and sustains all life. Even if we know the source of our water, we still take its appearance for granted. But it is thanks to water that life is possible, our bodies are more than 70 percent water. Our food can be grown and raised because of water. Water is a god friend, bodhisattva, that nourishes the many thousands of species on Earth.

It Happened to Me

Mobia Rambo, Class VIII, Roing

t is true that we can learn a lot from experience. I used to play harmonium in the prayer hall, so I had to bring harmonium from our teacher’s quarters. We did not keep harmonium in prayer hall. One fine evening I went to take the same. After lifting the harmonium, I thought of reaching prayer hall quickly. So I kept on running and I could not control my balance and harmonium was out of my hands. Though I did not get much hurt, but it gave me a lesson that one who makes haste, it is always a waste for him.

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nce I was angry with one of my friends during t h e c l a s s h o u r. I f o u n d h i s h o m e w o r k incomplete, so I complained to our teacher. The teacher then asked for my home work and I suddenly realized that I too had not done my home work. And I received more than what I deserved.
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MAGIC ORANGES
Km. Heni Kamum, Class V, Jirdin Once upon a time there was a prince who was very naughty. He never spoke to anybody. One day the prince was sitting, feeling really bored. Suddenly he saw an old woman. The old woman was carrying water in a pot. The prince began to throw stones at the woman. The women requested him not to do so, but he did not listen. At last the woman was fed up. She cursed, “You will never be happy until you find the three magical oranges”. Actually the old woman was a witch. From that day onwards the prince became miserable and quite a gloomy. One day one of the ministers came and asked, “Your majesty, why don’t you go for a ride?” Then the prince took one of his horses from the stable and rode away. After a few miles the prince stopped at the bank of a river. As he was resting, he heard a small dwarf saying, “I know where these three oranges are? I am ready to tell you provided you should give me all your jewels.” OK replied the prince.“After a few miles you will reach a garden. Yo u m u s t f i n d t h e t h r e e m a g i c a l o ra n g e s f r o m t h e r e by yo u r s e l f.” Saying this, he went away. But the prince could not know that the dwarf was actually the son of the witch! Soon, the prince found the garden. There he saw the orange tree. But alas! The witch was very happy. The witch plucked three oranges and gave them to the prince and said, “I think you have learned your lesson. Take these three oranges and live cheerfully till the end of your life. But promise me first that you will never harass anybody. You should talk to others politely and never tease anybody.” The prince promised to do so. Then he took the oranges and rode back. After some time, the prince felt thirsty. So he took out the oranges. As he was about to put it in his mouth, a beautiful princess came out of it. The princess said, “Oh! Please help me. Give me some water, I am going to die.” The prince looked for water every where but found no water. She again pleaded, “Please give me some water, I am very thirsty.” The prince had an idea this time. He squeezed the oranges into her mouth. The princess was satisfied. She then asked the prince, “O prince, now all your oranges are finished. How can you be happy ?” The prince suddenly felt that he was not unhappy anymore. He had a strange contentment and happiness in his heart.

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VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYAS
A Model Character Building Institution
– Tokong Pertin “MORAL IS LIKE A CORAL, GOT AFTER MANY HARDSHIP.THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS; CORAL BEAUTIFIES ONE’S BODY AND MORAL BEAUTIFIES ONE’S LIFE.” Based on a recent sample survey, conducted by me with some of my known persons regarding their views on moral of their children. As expected, about 95% of parents were making sure their child/children grow up to be a moral person. But in real sense, it becomes hard for parents to achieve what we consider good moral. In olden days parents and their children were embedded in a network of family and community works that contributed to the moral upbringing of the children. Now due to the changing lifestyle, that is becoming more and more isolated. As a result of this, the task of moral training has increasingly becoming the responsibly of parents as well as institutions where the children are attending school. Due to increasing the gap between haves and have nots in our state and emerging of a neo-rich class in the society- the most important work of raising moral of the children has become more difficult. In addition to this, the cultural transition, media and carefree life style of neo-rich/privileged people’s children have compounded the stepping stone of character building of a child at formative age. These factors promote immoral, unethical and self focused behaviours in the society/school. Some very fortunate children receive good atmosphere at home which help them in shaping their character/moral duties. A couple of years ago an unfortunate accident that involved a young VKV Itanagar student has drifted me to came more closer to VKV Itanagar and office of the Joint Secretary VKV Arunachal Pradesh Trust, Itanagar and gave ample opportunity to observes closely the activities of VKV. The VKVs makes their sincere endeavour in moral and character building of a student in its formative age. The dress code and conduct of students of VKVs are quite distinct from that of many other schools in Arunachal Pradesh. The VKV authorities’ sincere endeavour to inculcate and infuse six pillars of character – trust worthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and over all to become a good citizen of a country is praise worthy. Time to time involving parents for solving issues encountered by the VKV authorities is also an encouraging step. I call upon the teachers and parents & well-wishers in the society to help imparting sound moral lessons to the children in their formative age, and guide the young learners towards building a sound foundation of ethical and moral values in the life.
(The author is a parent VKV Itanagar)

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GOD EXISTS

T

he professor of a university challenged his students with this

we feel if we don’t have body heat or we are not hot.” “And, does Dark exist?”, he continued. The professor answered “Of course”. This time the student responded, “Again you’re wrong, Sir. Darkness does not exist either. Darkness is in fact simply the absence of light. Light can be studied, darkness can not. And there are various on lights (optics etc.) Darkness cannot be broken down. A simple ray of light tears the darkness and illuminates the surface where the! light beam finishes. Dark is a term that we humans have created to describe what happens when there’s lack of light.” F i n a l l y, the student asked the

question. “Did God create everything that exists?” A student answered bravely, “Yes, he did”. The professor then asked, “If God created everything, then he created evil. Since evil exists (as noticed by our own actions), so God is evil. The student couldn’t respond to that statement causing the professor to conclude that he had “proved” that “belief in God” was a fairy tale, and therefore worthless. Another student raised his hand and asked the professor, “May I pose a question?” “Of course” answered the professor. The young student stood up and asked : “Professor does Cold exists?” The professor answered, “What kind of question is that ?...Of course the cold exists... haven’t you ever been cold ?” The young student answered, “In fact sir, Cold does not exist. According to the laws of Physics, what we consider cold, in fact is the absence of heat. Anything is able to be studied as long as it transmits energy (heat).But darkness is not the subject. Absolute Zero is the total absence of heat, but cold does not exist. What we have done is create a term to describe how
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professor, “Sir, does evil exist?” The professor replied, “Of course it exists, as I mentioned at the beginning, we see violations, crimes and violence anywhere in the world, and those things are evil.” The student responded, “Sir, Evil does not exist. Just as in the previous cases, Evil is a term which man has created to describe the result of the absence of God’s presence in the hearts of man. After this, the professor bowed down his head, and didn’t answer back. The young man’s name was Sir ALBERT EINSTEIN.

THE CLEVER QUEEN
Priyanka Bhowal, Class- IX, Roing nce a king married an ordinary girl. For many years, he lived happily with her. But soon, he got tired of her and told her to go back to her father’s house. The queen was shocked to hear it. She tried to reason out with the king, but he did not listen to anything. At last, the queen decided to do as the king wished. When she was ready to leave, the king told her, “I will let you take any one thing that is dearest to you”. The queen requested him to let her live in the palace for one night. The king agreed. The next morning, when the king woke up, he found himself in an entirely new room. Soon he realized that he was not in his palace but in an humdrum room of an ordinary house. He was taken aback and sought to raise an alarm. The queen came running to the room. The king asked where he was. “At my father’s house”, replied the queen politely. “And what for”, shouted the king. The queen said, ‘You had told me to take the thing that was dearest to me. Therefore, I brought you here. You are my sweetheart and I can’t live without you.’ Last night when you were asleep, I requested the servants to bring you here. This is the best room available at my father’s. The king realized his folly. He realized that how loving and caring his wife was. Together they went back to the palace and lived happily ever after.

O

L azy boys are crazy boys !
They love to hide in empty rooms; And listen to all cranky tunes, They play with paper balls and coins. Lazy boys are crazy boys, They do not do any good work; And loose their books twice a year, And empty their parents’ pockets dear. Lazy boys are crazy boys, With uncombed hair and long nails; They roam without a care Punishment for them is not rare. When they grow they remain the same, And do not get with the World’s big game.

LAZY BOYS
Deeksha Shukla Class VIII, Roing

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MORNING
Bristi Angkita Saikia, Class VIII, Roing When the sun smiles gently in the morning. Brightness fills all around. Flowers raise out their heads From the fresh new wet mead. When the sun set out on his way Rime vanishes from the spray; Bees dance from flower to flower For joy and for pleasure. The whole world looks so bright With dazzling flowers and sun at height; Birds sing on every tree With joy and their minds free. And the river flows down the hills What a lovely sight to see !

JOKES
Teacher Student : ‘You will go to jail.’

Rimi Paul, Class-IX, Roing

: What is the future tense of the sentence: ‘I have committed a robbery.’

Question : What is the difference between elephant and a house-fly? Answer Judge Accused Judge Accused Son Dad Son : A house-fly can sit on an elephant but an elephant can’t sit on a house-fly. : You say you got this gold ring in a race. : That is right, your honour. : Who were the others running in this race? : Well ! Let me tell. There was one Sub- inspector, five constables and the owner of the ring. : Dad, do you know we are going to become rich very soon. : How are you going to do so ? : Tomorrow, my teacher will teach me how to convert paisa in to rupees.

LAGE RAHO

– The present is alone the time when we can work and achieve, gain and gather, give and serve. In the past we can “now” do nothing; in the future we can “now” accomplish nothing. In the dead moments of past and in the unborn moments of future we can never act. These living, dynamic present moments are the only fields to be hammered at, wherein are all the glories of life, all the gains of existence. More often than not we either go on exalting the past or brood over the future and the wonderful gift of “present” remains unwrapped.

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Do You Know ?
Kholle Yayu, Class VIII, Balijan The fattest cat in the world (on record) was HIMMY. It lived in Queensland, Australia and weighed 21.3kg.It was ten years old when it died in 1986. The humming pigeon named, Cher Ami, lost an eye and a leg while carrying a message during World War-I. Cher Ami was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. Its leg was replaced with a wooden leg. When a frog eats something poisonous or bad tasting, it can “throw up” its entire stomach. The stomach actually comes out of a frog’s month and empties its content. Crocodile eats rocks! Eating rocks may help in digestion and add weight to help stay underwater. About 20% of a crocodile’s weight might be rocks. The oldest living amphibian was a Japanese Giant Salamander. It died at the age of 55 in Amsterdam 200 in Netherlands in 1881. The stonefish is the most poisonous fish in the world is 12 inch long and found in Indian and Pacific ocean.

THREE HEARTS
Gemar Loya, Class X, Bandardewa A seeker went to a holy man and asked, “What is the shortest way to God ?” The holy man answered, “The way of the heart and the way of love!” “And what is the type of heart that I need to develop ? The seeker asked. The holy man replied that you need three hearts; firstly, a heart of fire which thinks and speaks of god and god alone. Secondly, a heart of steel which will be able to resist every temptation that comes on your way. Thirdly, a heart of flesh which flows in a stream of sympathy to the poor and broken ones, the unwanted and the unloved.

INSPIRATION ADAGES
Karik Yomcha, Class IX, PTC Bandardewa 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Patience is a bitter plant, but it has sweet fruits. In the mist of difficulty lays opportunity. Fate loves the fearless. We must give not only what we have but also give what we are. Whatever you can do or believe you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Live as if you are to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever. Be kind to everyone you meet. He/she is too fighting a battle. The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him/her a friend. If you want to make peace, you must be peaceful.
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MY DEAR TEACHER !
Gyamai Tai, Class IX, PTC Banderdewa You’re always on time in class hour Though you get no rest hour. You’re the greatest adviser Oh! my dear teacher! Though you work throughout the year; How strange we human are! Oh! My dear teacher! Enlightening the world You are endowed with a brilliance Oh! My dear teacher! You’re a nation builder Shaper of students’ future You’re the noblest orator Sharing knowledge throughout the year, Oh! My dear teacher !

EXAMINATION
Sunita Barman, Class X, VKV Bandardewa Examination! Examination! Examination ! Mathematics is calculation Chemistry is reaction Biology is full of definition, Economics is pension English is composition, History is full of confusion; Civics is tension Geography is navigation Hindi is our identification Physics is about motion; And Sanskrit is the oldest creation Oh My God! That’s why I like examination.

RIDDLE
Which fruit in this world is not real ?
Answer : Nareal (coconut)
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A N C I E N T C O M P U T E R

TIME TO SMILE
Ranjay Saha, Class IX, Kharsang Teacher Student Postman Farmer Nurse (1) Nurse (2) : “Where does the Ganges start ?” : “G sir!” : I have to walk five miles to deliver this letter to your farm. : You could have posted it ! : Once our doctor did a “minor” mistake in a “major” operation. : He is far better ! Our doctor often makes major mistakes in minor operation.

JOKES
Nabam Kakum, Class IX, Sher Lalu was traveling in a plane. An air hostess came to him and asked, ‘Sir, are you vegetarian? But Lalu did not understand English. So he replied, ‘No…No… I am Indian’. The air hostess understood that Lalu did not understand English. Hostess : Mahodaya, Aap Shakahari hain ya Mansahari ? Lalu : Kya kaha mein tho Bihari hoon.

Riddle
Kasitan Munglng, Class VIII, Amliang You know me I am very helpful, I am the most important, People run after me, I can make you rich, I can make you poor, I can make you cruel or kind. Tell me who I am.

1. What is that that goes ‘on and on’ with (I) in between ? 2. Which letter reminds you of an insect ? 3. Which fruit do you have in your hand ? 4. Which letter is the name of a vegetable ? 5. Which letter is the name of a beverage drink ? Kiman Noroh, Class V
Answer 1. Onion 2. B (Bee) 3. Palm 4. P (Pea) 5. T (Tea)

Answer : M O N E Y

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DREAM
Sabeya Khatun, Class X, Bandardewa Dream high and high and high, Wave the wings and fly. Fly high and high, Surely, you can touch the sky. Dreams make our life colourful; And making our life meaningful, Dreams make us cheerful. Let our mind be free and Flow with the river of dream. Till we will find the ocean, And idealize all our dreams. Dreams are those beautiful flowers, That blossom in our hearts and Add fragrance to the garden of our lives. So, come! Let’s dream

JOKES
Son Mother Son Mother Son Judge Convict Judge Conflict : : : : : : : : :

Dorji Phunchu, Class X, Bandardewa Maa, I have passed. Here is my report card. That’s great. Did anybody fail in your class? Yes. I think the teacher has failed. What ! Because we have to go to the next class while she will stay in the same class. There is a charge of theft against you. But your honour, I didn’t steal anything. You were caught red handed inside the house. But I only went in because on the gate outside it was written “WEL COME” Bindak Kanduk, Class VIII, Bandardewa

Ram Shyam Ram Shyam

: : : :

Why are you putting your hand into my pocket? I wanted to borrow your pen. Why don’t you ask? I don’t talk to strangers.

Teacher : Sunil, can you tell me anything about the great scientists of the 18th century? Sunil : They are all dead, sir ! Teacher : Dinesh, the essay written by you on cow is the one written by your sister two years ago. Dinesh : The cow is the same, sir.
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Truly Trouble
Once, a contractor wanted to donate a sports car to an official. The official refused, saying, “I am an honest person and I cannot think of accepting this gift.” The contractor asked him, “In that case how would it be if I sell you this car for Rs 1000/-?” The official replied immediately, “In that case, I will have two cars!” When an untruth is wrapped in gift packing, you forget you have a problem. You accept it without a murmur. However, when truth is presented bare, you do protest. Presented bare, truth hurts; ego cannot tolerate truth easily.

JOKES
Lion Man Lion : I am going to eat you. : Please, do not eat me. Eat a fat man who has warm blood. : Today I want a cold drink.

Teacher : Isn’t it amazing how chicks come out of the eggs ? Student : It’s more amazing how they get in ? Teacher : Student : Teacher : Students : Correct the sentence “A bull and a cow are grazing in the field.” A cow and a bull are gazing in the field. How ? Ladies first, sir !

THE CHOICE IS YOURS
Piu Das, Class X, Roing Are you glad to subsist ? You are one of the ones Who intend to live for others Rather than oneself ! Or, are you one of the ones Who give a try at least To make his life worthy. But a thing to keep in mind; Many more are there, And be named as martyrs Who sacrificed their lives. Moreover, those who love to sit down on their beds And have cupful accompanied by biscuits; Let’s condense their figures, And attempt to turn out to be one of the First two choices.
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Bond of Trust

L

ittle girl and her father were crossing a bridge. The father was

kind of scared so he asked his little daughter, “Sweetheart,

please hold my hand so that you don’t fall into the river.” The little girl said, “No, Dad. You hold my hand.” “What’s the difference?” Asked the puzzled father. “There’s a big difference,” replied the little girl. “If I hold your hand and something happens to me, chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens, you will never let my hand go.” In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind, but in its bond.

WORD POWER
A careless word A cruel word A bitter word A gracious word – – – – may kindle strike. may weak a life. may heat instill. may smooth the way. A joyous word A loving word – – may light the day. may heal and cure. can do everything.

The magic of word –

Kamalnayan, Class IX, Roing

HOLD ON
When in school I am truly bound By the love and respect of the loved A child is the greatest creation of God I feel lucky to be with them lord Children! You are the best This is the result of my ultimate quest.

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100 % ATTENDANCE VKV NIVEDITA VIHAR Class IV Km. Alina Tok Km. Debia Pumin Km. Elisha Dada Km. Yabang Thadang Class V Km. Anie Natung Km. Apung Mangfi Km. Tadar Yadar Km. Hage Nanya Km. Kuma Techi Km. Poonam Tok Class VI Km. Ampi Lingfa Km. Lucy Tachang Km. Bengia Kawak Km. Habung Opyung Km. Meshi Sonam Km. Rumi Tallo Class VII Km. Kime Sumpi Km. Taba Reniya Km. Tam Yakum Class VIII Km. Devi Tajo Km. Kuru Yama Class IX Km. Mekory Dodum Km. Nyachi Beyong Km. Sampo Tajo Km. Yommik Chisi Class X Km. Toko Mana Km. Tai Opung VKV ITANAGAR Class II Km. Ankita Salam Km. Parishmita Baruah Class IV Km. Puja Patwal Class VI-A Km. Lachi Drema

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100 % ATTENDANCE Class VIII

100 % ATTENDANCE Class IX Kr. Abhshek Sharma Km. Takem Jullen VKV KOLORIANG Class V Kr. Langyuk Tatu Km. Bengia Yagu VKV PTC BANDERDEWA Class II Km. Alingsi Khambali Class IV Km. Aanchal Singh Kr. Nijum Kadu Class V Kr. Amanjeet Singh Class VI Kr. Bali Gamlin Kr. Deepak Kumar Yadav Kr. Tadar Hari Class VII Kr. Anjana Rigam Kr. Ankit Kumar Kr. Kali Yomcha Class VIII Kr. Dhessar Taba Kr. Issak Taba Kr. Michi Rono Kr. Olik Tamut Kr. Tonmoy Mukherjee Class IX Kr. Kennedy Rina Kr. Lombom Pait Kr. Dewang Mema Class X Kr. Amlan Dipta Chakraborty VKV WESSANG Class III Km. Gita Sangdo

Kr. Amit Kalita Km. Paromita Purkayastha Kr. Laxman Chetri Km. Vasundara Singh Class X Class VI-C Km. Inty Apang Class VIII-A Kr. Rahul Prasad Kr. Swetha S. Km. Sarannia Chandran Class VIII-B Kr. Abhik Bhattacharjee Class IX-A Km. Abhisweta Bhatt Kr. Kenge Loya Km. Konika Choudhury Kr. Ravi Singh Yadav Class X-A Kr. Saurav Chouhan Class XII-Arts Km. Kiran Yadav VKV YAZALI Class I-A Km. M. Sanjana Sinha Class III-A Kr. Dipankar Rabha Km. G. Kaushika Class III-B Km. Pallabi Das Class IV-A Kr. Govind Pradhan Class IV-B Kr. Shivajith J. Km. Kr. Puji Loha Class V-B Kr. Prasantho Roy Class VII-A Kr. Tapan Das Class VII-B Km. Sanghamitra Sharma VKV NIRJULI Class I Kr. Boisali Borah Km. Yangam Sonam Class II Madhurya Das Class III Kr. Biri Mama Kr. Khamalekhi Chaton Km. Debasis Chetia Class IV Km. Ruchi Kumari Class V Km. Raksha Kumari Class VI Kr. Pranjal Dwivedi Km. Lipika Chetia Km. Sheri Tapak Kr. Nabam Shekho Kr. Passang Nayam Class VII Km. Tame Tagung Class VIII Kr. Aneesh Paul Kr. Taru Tabin Kr. Dipankar Deori Km. Rani Borah VKV LIROMOBA Class II Km. Bomken Romin Class IV Km. Liter Basar Kr. Penya Bam Kr. Chandra K Sharma Km. Saraswati Biswas

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