Entries of no more than 800 words can be sent to the Tien Phong Newspaper at 5 Hoa Ma Street in Ha Noi. Speaking at the launching ceremony at Thanh Cong Secondary School in Hanoi, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan said that the contest aims at raising young people’s awareness of the important role postal services in our societies, and social issues and their thoughts about these problems. It additionally helps foster an appreciation for the art of letter-writing. The contest in Viet Nam is organized by the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) Central Committee, Vietnam Writers' Association, Vietnam Post Corporation and the Tien Phong Newspaper. Created by the 1969 Tokyo Congress, the annual competition was launched for the first time in 1971. Viet Nam first joined the contest in 1987 and attracted millions of entries from youngsters nationwide. Each year, … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s 49th UPU International Letter Writing Contest Launched
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Study And Cultural Exchange Tour To Australia Delhi International School, Sector 23, Dwarka organised a study and cultural exchange tour to Australia to provide intercultural learning opportunities. Fifteen students and two teachers from Grade 6 to 11 took part in this programme. Delhi International School has a collaboration with Farmhouse Montessori School, Sydney. During this trip Students interacted with principal Gavin McCormack and learnt about higher education and career options in Australia. He advised students to develop a love for learning, have an enquiring mind and be adaptive to the changing world. The students went on a tour of the capital Canberra, visited parliament, and met government officials and Deepak Raj Anand, the first Australian MLA of Indian origin. They also visited Questacon (National Science and Technology Centre). They also explored Australian War Memorial and National Museum of Australia. They were taken to Royal Australian Mint to learn the stories … [Read more...] about Students of Delhi International School visit Australia
A study has found that a majority of conservative students feel unable to express their political opinions at university.Researchers at King’s College London’s Policy Institute asked 2,000 students their thoughts on free speech on campus. Fifty-nine per cent of Conservative-voting young Britons said they were reluctant to express their views at university. They showed far greater reluctance than those on the left of the political spectrum, with just 37 per cent of Liberal Democrat and 36 per cent of Labour student voters expressing the same hesitation. Green party supporters were the most confident expressing their political views, with just 32 per cent expressing any reluctance to do so. Overall, one-quarter say they feel unable to express their views because they are scared of disagreeing with their peers, according to the research published on Thursday. However, the students also revealed that they think freedom of expression is more at risk in broader society than at … [Read more...] about Study: Conservative Students Feel Unable to Express Views at UK Universities
Filmmaker Karan Johar on Thursday dismissed rumours that he had roped in Miss World Manushi Chillar as a second heroine for his film "Student Of The Year 2". "There is no truth to the news yet. We are very proud of Manushi's achievements. I was hosting the show the year she won, so I have met her before and I did see potential in her. I look forward to meeting her... I haven't met her yet after she won the crown for India. But there has been nothing discussed yet," he told media at Raymond Crossword Book Awards in Partnership with Wizcraft. 'Student Of The Year 2' stars Tiger Shroff as the male lead. The filmmaker was honored with the best author award in the category of Popular Choice award for biographies for his book "An Unsuitable Boy", which reveals everything right from his movie-making voyage to emotional revelations about his fallout with close friends in the industry.A Poster of 'Student of the year 2' After winning the award, Karan said: "I am quite excited about the … [Read more...] about Miss World Manushi Chillar opposite Tiger Shroff in ‘Student Of The Year 2’?
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A PAIR of terrified students took to Facebook witha desperate plea for help after finding a massive spider in their flat. Terrified Lily and her flatmate, were chased from their Edinburgh kitchen by the arachnid and appealed for a hero to come forward online. The pals had trapped the critter under a tub, but were unable to use their kitchen due to their fear of spiders. Growing desperate they offered a reward for any “brave soul” who was able to banish the creepy crawler from their flat. On Facebook they wrote: “Does any brave soul fancy coming to get rid of this spider that we trapped in our kitchen last night”. Aldi is now selling a SPIDER CATCHER in Scottish stores – and it’s on sale for a bargain price “We’re on Gladstone Terrace and we are currently unable to use our kitchen because we both hate spiders”.“Will get you some snacks or alcohol in exchange for evicting our new unwanted tenant”. Kind-hearted neighbour … [Read more...] about Students resort to FACEBOOK plea for help getting rid of huge spider… and hero neighbour saves the day