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Thursday, 17 August 2017 Published in Xpressions

August 2017

Solar System

The collection of 8 Planets and their moons in the Orbit around the Sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of Asteroids, Meteoroids and Comets. The solar system is gravitationally bound system comprising the Sun and the eight planets.

The Sun in our solar system is a hot ball of glowing gases. There are eight planets in our solar system namely- Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The Sun is the richest source of heat and light.

Monday, 31 July 2017 Published in Xpressions

July 2017

Good Habits and Good Manners

We should wake up early in the morning. We should go for morning walk each morning. It helps us to remain fit and healthy. We should brush your teeth regularly. Take bath every day. Read good books that inspire us in a positive manner. Offer prayer to God in the morning. Eat healthy food that nourishes our body and mind. Engage in physical exercise, aerobics, yoga, etc. Do meditation for some time. Time is money. We should be punctual in our duties. We should be obedient to our teachers and elders. We should touch the feet of elders. Keep our clothes clean and tidy. We should throw wastes and garbage in dustbin only. We should try to develop the habit of thinking positive.

Saturday, 22 April 2017 Published in Xpressions

Articles from April



The Eskimos live in Greenland very close to the North Pole. It is extremely cold for four months of the year. This region is dark all the time. Eskimo is an American Indian word which means “eaters of raw meat” but they do not use the word Eskimo while speaking about themselves. They use the term Inuit.

Eskimos usually live in a wandering life. Their summer houses are tents made of sealskin. In winters they live in dome-shaped houses called Igloos, which are made out of large blocks of ice. Eskimos hunt animals for their flash and fur. They also hunt fish.

Thursday, 02 March 2017 Published in Xpressions

Articles For March

Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize is the set of annual International awards given in a number of categories in recognition of academic, cultural, and scientific advances. Inventor Alfred Nobel established the prizes in 1895. The prizes in Chemistry, Literature, Peace, Physics, and Medicine were first awarded in 1901.

Monday, 23 January 2017 Published in Xpressions

January Articles - II

Radioactive Pollution

Radioactive Pollution can be defined as the release of radioactive substances or high-energy particles into the air, water, or land. Radioactive Pollution occurs when radioactive metals release dangerous beta rays which can cause cancer and other mutative diseases.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 Published in Xpressions

January Articles - I

Solar Energy

Solar energy is the energy obtained from the sun. Solar cooking is an environment friendly way of cooking food. It saves our work and fuel. Each solar cooker, in sunny climate can save up to one ton of wood per year. Burning traditional fuels such as wood and gas pollute the air and increase global warming.

Thursday, 05 January 2017 Published in Xpressions

December (2)

A visit to the Circus

Circus is a good means of entertainment. In the past, circus shows were very popular. Young, old, men, women and children all liked to enjoy the circus shows. But now the cinema has become more popular. Children alone now like to visit the circus. The circus owner moves from place to place with his company, giving his shows. This year, a famous Anand circus came to our city. One evening, my father took us to its show. The show was to begin at 6.30 pm. We reached the circus half an hour earlier. We found that a huge tent was erected there. It was illuminated by hundreds of multi-colored bulbs. The roar of lions was coming from inside the tent. We were eager to go in. But outside the ticket window, there was a long queue. Anyhow we purchased tickets and went in. At first, a goat walked at thin wire-rope.

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