Wednesday, September 18, 2002
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Since 1st March, 1999
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No time for games outside class
College students have little time for co-curricular activities like outdoor and indoor sports. Earlier, there used to be active participation in inter-college cricket and football matches. Trophies like Eliot Shield and Heramba Moitra Shield generated a lot of enthusiasm among college-goers. If the interest in sports is revived, todayís generation can be prevented from indulging in negative activities, like hooliganism and different sorts of addiction. Ranu Mukherjee, Bagbazar.
Leaf of doubt
A retail tea shop of Duncanís was opened at AE block in Salt Lake some months ago. The shop used to offer tea to customers so that they could select the flavour of their choice. But the practice has been discontinued. It seems that the leaves on display now are different from the ones we buy. As the products are expensive, ranging from Rs 200 to Rs 300 a kg, the company should intervene. Subhamoy Ghosh, Salt Lake.
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