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Senior School Prize Distribution was held virtually on 20 February 2021
The school celebrated its Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony online on Saturday 20  February 2021. Recipients of meritorious awards were acknowledged during the hour long programme that was streamed on YouTube channel of school.The ceremony celebrated the saga of outstanding achievements in the CBSE Examinations as well as for their extracurricular accomplishments for the academic session 2020-2021.
Other than academics, the national and international level participation which bought laurels for the institutions were showcased. The winners of inter school and inter house competitions were also awarded. Long serving teachers were felicitated for their exemplary dedication to the profession. 
The principals’ report and a short cultural programme were interspersed in between the prize distribution. The Annual Day Prize Distribution event was an innovative way of boosting confidence in students, teachers as well as parents. Congratulations again, to all the achievers who stand as inspiration for every student of TIS.
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Graduation Ceremony of Class 2021 was held on 13 February 2021 #online
To bid farewell to the special batch of 2020-21, Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar held an online Graduation Ceremony on Saturday 13 February 2021 in the school auditorium.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp along with the rendition of melodious shloka. Citation for every child of grade XII was read out by the teachers along with blessings for their successful life. The prestigious Rabindra Ratna Award was conferred upon Arsh Misra, who had the unique distinction of being a batch topper, for three years in a row.
The four valedictorians enthralled those in attendance with their wit and ingenuity as they reminisced the days gone by. The mesmerizing song and dance performances by the class XI scholars, were much appreciated by the audience.
The Principal and Senior Education Advisor addressed the students as well as extended their best wishes to the outgoing batch. The occasion concluded with the school song followed by the national anthem.
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Republic Day Celebrations were held on  on 25 January 2021
To mark the day India became a sovereign republic, online celebrations  of Republic Day took place on 25 January 2021.  Students enjoyed the special presentation made for them which included a beautiful rendition of a patriotic song, an evocative speech, flag hoisting along with the National Anthem being sung in the backdrop. Class discussions and brain-storming sessions on the significance of the day followed the presentation.
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Christmas Celebrations on 24 December 2020
Christmas was celebrated online on 24 December 2020. The Council members of TIS had put up a great show. The life history and teachings of Jesus Christ were narrated during this online event. The play, the Christmas carols, songs and dances were enjoyed and appreciated by all.
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Observing Human Rights Day on 10 December 2020

The Human Rights Day commemorates the adoption of the document which outlines the fundamental rights of all human beings to protect them universally. The United Nations General Assembly adopted it in the year 1948 to create public awareness about the social, cultural and physical rights of all the people across the globe.

To make the students of the middle and the senior school aware of their fundamental human rights as well as their responsibilities, Human Rights Day was observed on 10 December 2020. A meaningful and evocative discussion was initiated in each class to bolster ideas of transformative actions that can be taken at individual level to help spread awareness about the importance of human rights in our communities. After watching a thought-provoking video, students engaged in dialogues and discussions that addressed issues of inequality, exclusion and discrimination. The ideas of ‘Promoting Sustainable Development’ and ‘Working towards ending Discrimination’ took root which made the discussions successful.

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Gurpurab celebrations on 27 November 2020
Prakash Purab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated online on 27 November 2020.  Members of team Awaam narrated short stories (sakhees) from the life of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, for students of Primary classes. A short video including a brief of life history of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and shabad from Gurbaani, was shared with the students of all the classes.
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Observing Constitution Day on 26 November 2020
Constitution Day, also known as 'Samvidhan Divas', is celebrated in our country on 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, which came into effect from 26th January 1950.
To celebrate the occasion with enthusiasm and to encourage self-introspection, students were  shown a video(Mrs. & Mr.  Kripalani read from former Chief Justice Leila Seth's work written especially for children: 𝘞𝘦, 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘊𝘩𝘪𝘭𝘥𝘳𝘦𝘯 𝘰𝘧 𝘐𝘯𝘥𝘪𝘢 (Puffin, 2010) ) to explain in simple language the essence of what the constitution stands for and what does the Preamble mean. Teachers held discussions with the students  on  a very pertinent question 'Are we living by it (the Constitution)?' and   how students  can contribute in ensuring that the lofty ideals mentioned in the Preamble to the Constitution are abided by. 
Students shared their responses on Google Jamboard.
Preamble in English and Hindi was read out aloud with the students and brainstorming was done on the interpretation of the same.
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Online Diwali celebrations held on 13 November 2020
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Dussehra celebrations were held with students during online classes on  22 October 2020
Dussehra was celebrated across all classes with  students brainstorming  and creatively highlighting  on a Jamboard, some national and international issues gripping us in the present times .They shared a few practical ways in which 'We can make a difference' . This was followed by a short presentation or sharing of thoughts to overcome various evils present in today's society.
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Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated online with students on 01 October 2020
Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour in classes VI to VIII. The students changed their profile picture to Gandhiji or Lal Bahadur Shastri or both. The students enjoyed the virtual tours of Sabarmati Ashram and Gandhi museum.  Infact they expressed their desire to visit these landmark places connected with Gandhiji's life. 
They enthusiastically participated in the quiz too.
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Hindi Diwas celebrated on 14 September 2020

हिंदी वातायन है मन का

संस्कृति की निर्झरणी है ये

रीतिकाल से लेकर अब तक

उन्मुख होकर वरणीय है ये ।

हिंदी भाषा के प्रचार, प्रसार तथा उसके उपयोग के प्रोत्साहन के लिए समर्पित ’हिंदी दिवस’ विद्यालय में ऑन लाइन मंच के माध्यम से सोमवार 14 सितम्बर 2020 को अत्यंत उत्साह तथा धूमधाम से मनाया गया | इस दिवस पर दो अंतः सदन प्रतियोगिताएँ संचालित की गईं – दोहा फ्यूजन तथा हास्य कवि सम्मलेन | प्रतिभागियों के शानदार प्रदर्शन , नृत्य तथा नुक्कड़ नाटक ने इस कार्यक्रम में चार  चाँद लगाए | मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में अभिनेत्री, निर्देशिका तथा समाज सेविका श्रीमती लक्ष्मी रावत एवं रेडियो जॉकी, वॉइस आर्टिस्ट तथा  लेखक श्री राजेश आहुजा जी उपस्थित थे, जिन्होंने न केवल प्रतियोगिता हेतु निर्णायक की भूमिका निभाई अपितु देश के विकास में हिंदी भाषा के अहम योगदान पर भी प्रकाश डाला ।

'Rollercoaster 2020', online celebrations of Teachers' Day were held on 05 September 2020


For the first time in the history of the school, a virtual Teachers Day, filled with exciting and heart-warming presentations from not only the students but also the teachers was organised in a Zoom meeting on 5 September’20. The Covid-19 pandemic restrictions did not in any way dampen the enthusiasm of the organisers, the Class XI students, to use technology to appreciate the efforts of their teachers and to express their love and gratitude for them virtually.

The event included various performances, ranging from interactive fun games to dance performances by the students to rap battles and to songs. Even a skit recorded virtually by the teachers for the students was screened during the meet. Videos made by the students with humourous references to the tech glitches of an online class as also the integration of art activities and their take on them, left all with a smile. Like every year, the Best Dressed Contest for teachers took place in the Brush Challenge Format, where the teachers showcased their transformation from plain Janes in casual outfits to divas in Party Ready ones.  An apt way for all to un-quarantine!  The batch of class XII students also took on the challenge of transforming themselves to student teachers, appearing in their Sunday best in the videos.

Even though no one could be on stage and there was no red carpet, the virtual celebration was a massive success and left everybody elated, laughing with gay abandon, participating in the fun games, singing songs and rejoicing every inch of the way! It was indeed a roller coaster ride of 2020 none would ever forget!
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Independence Day Celebrations and Investiture Ceremony held online on 15 August 2020

On 15th August 2020, the school proudly celebrated the 74th   Independence Day of India via Google Meet. On this momentous occasion, the school also conducted the Investiture Ceremony, where the newly elected Student Council was conferred with their responsibilities, duties and badges. This ceremony was indeed unique because it was held via Google Meet, and live-streamed on YouTube, viz-a-viz the traditional manner in which it has been conducted over the years.

 The ceremony commenced with an address by the Presidents of the Student Council. Post the singing of the National Anthem, the school Principal Ms. Nikita Tomar Mann spoke on the significance of the day and motivated the students to be better versions of themselves. Followed was a montage of stunning dance performances by the cultural club which drew widespread appreciation from one and all.  

The 44 member Student Council was then presented with badges and sashes by their proud parents and the oath for the same was administered by the Senior Education Advisor, Ms. Madhulika Sen. The ceremony was signed off by an address by both the vice presidents, thus bringing down curtains to a major event of the school. 


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Janamashtmi Celebrations on 12 August 2020

We at Tagore International School celebrate all holy occasions to promote brotherhood, togetherness, goodwill and respect amongst the students.

The arrival of the birthday of Lord Krishna also called Janmashtami signifies unity and faith. It is celebrated with great fervor and excitement.

This day is observed on the Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Shraavana. Lord Krishna is known worldwide and celebrated as an avatar of God Vishnu.

We extend good wishes and pray to Lord Krishna to shower upon you Good health and happiness

Given below are the links for the videos prepared by our students, Kindly enjoy

Celebrating Sanskrit Diwas on 04 August 2020
Sanskrit Diwas was celebrated with the students of classes VI to VIII.
The celebrations included speeches, dance performances and Shloka Gyaan  competitions.
Rakhi Celebrations on 03 August 2020
Festivals are the celebration of togetherness in India. They play an important role to build a society where positive values flourish and the spirit of co-operation prevails. Festivals are celebrated with a lot of zest and spirit in India. Rakshabandhan is a festival that encompasses the warmth shared between the siblings but in the current times it goes way beyond it. Today, it signifies a peaceful co-existence of individuals. Rakhi Utsav was also popularized by Rabindranath Tagore to promote the feeling of unity and a commitment amongst all members of society to protect each other and encourage a harmonious social life.
This year, keeping the present situation in mind, we at Tagore International School celebrated this festival commemorating the selfless service, magnanimity  and courage of our Armed Forces , Police , Doctors and Health Care Workers by sending them heartfelt messages through an e-card.
Eid was celebrated with students across all classes #Online on 31 July 2020

Id-ul-Zuha, commonly known as Bakr-Id in the Indian subcontinent is the Islamic Festival of Sacrifice. The festival is celebrated with great fervor by Muslims across continents. The word 'id' derived from the Arabic 'iwd' means 'festival' and zuha comes from 'uzhaiyya' which translates to 'sacrifice'.

Id-ul-Zuha is not only a festival for Muslims, but a day to remember and honour the great sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim and his son Ismail. For people across the world, even those not following Islam, the story behind Id-ul-Zuha is a lesson in faith and obedience. It is a reminder to not overtly value worldly things, encouragement in community building and a reminder to help those in need.

To celebrate this festival one students from each class presented a speech in the class on Friday, 31 July emphasising on the main five tenants of Islam and  importance of sacrifice. They appreciated and brought to focus the great sacrifices made by the unnamed heroes at the border, doctors, police department and all the other front line workers so that we can also carry on with our loves unharmed and peacefully. 

Celebrating Kargil Vijay Diwas on 26 July 2020

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Poem composed by a Tagorean on the occasion

National Day of France celebrated on 14 July 2020 #online
We celebrated the National Day of France on 14th July through an Online Assembly. The students of class X put up a play "Tintin au Sikkim" where they depicted the adventures of Tintin who was stuck in Sikkim due to the current pandemic lockdown.
This was followed by poems composed and recited by the students of class 7. Aditya Mathur of class 7 conducted a quiz on France. A song by Celine Dion on the elusiveness of happiness was sung by Sharon and Manya of Class 8. A painting of the Storming of the Bastille was showcased by Nunkimi of class 8.
The Assembly ended with an address by the Principal to the students.
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International  Yoga Day celebrated on 21 June 2020

Members of Tagorean Awareness Society celebrated the International Day of Yoga with great zeal, following the World Yoga Day theme for the year, 2020,  which was 'Yoga At Home and Yoga with Family'. Our students from classes VI to X recorded their short video clips by explaining the benefits of yoga.       

The pre-recorded short video was streamed live on YouTube wherein members of TAS explained the importance of yoga in our lives and how yoga makes us feel proud as it is now being celebrated internationally since its inception in the year 2015. The students also explained the importance and benefits of yoga amid the current corona pandemic. The response from the students, their parents and other viewers has been very positive and encouraging.

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World Environment Day celebrated on 05 June 2020

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June every year. Its aim is to raise global awareness and mobilise action for environment protection.

In the year 1972, the United Nations Conference on the Human environment was held from 5th June to 16th June. After that, every year on 5th June, it has been hosted by different countries of the world with different theme.
This year's theme of World Environment Day is BIODIVERSITY.

Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play.

For example:

And so, while we dominate this planet, we still need to preserve the diversity in wildlife.

To keep up with the pace our CLIMATE WARRIORS have contributed to mother earth in a variety of ways.

  • Making bird feeders
  • Planting trees
  • Writing slogans
  • Making posters.



Pledge to be climate-conscious, create awareness within families & communities. Every minute counts, be a Climate Warrior.

Vrinda Arora and Zahra Shirpurwala of class VII bagged "Good Air Warrior Award" on World Environment Day
Vrinda Arora and  Zahra Shirpurwala of class VII from our school were shortlisted from schools across India to be the part of E-talk Show on 05 June 2020  as Young Warriors of Good Air on the occasion of World Environment Day. This talk show was hosted by the IHW council for young voices to come and put forth their thoughts and opinions on air pollution and the impact of covid -19 lockdown on our lives.  Lucipriya Kangujam, a young environment activist was also a part of this E-talk show and children across India shared their opinions on the issue. Hon. Justice Swatantra Kumar, the former judge of the Supreme Court of India, former chairperson, National Green Tribunal was among the panelists and encouraged  these young voices and guided them on how they can impact the environmental led policies for a better tomorrow. It was great to see how these young climate crusaders exchanged ideas and are set to become young climate activists to make our planet green again.
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Towards a pollution-free planet

Human activities contaminate ecosystems around the world—from pole to pole, from the highest mountains to the ocean deep. Toxic chemicals can be found in pristine forests and the blood of Arctic animals. Litter floats beneath the surface of oceans miles away from land. Even excess noise and light are interrupting natural patterns and disrupting the lives of animals and people.

Pollution today is pervasive and persistent. While the world has achieved significant economic growth over the past few decades, it has been accompanied by large amounts of pollution, with significant impacts on human health and ecosystems and the ways in which some of the major Earth systems processes, such as the climate, are functioning. The posters describes the pollution challenge, explores what is already being done to address pollution, and proposes focused and actionable interventions to address pollution in all its forms. Let us all take a call on the occasion of WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY (5TH JUNE 2020) to act towards a pollution-free planet.

A pollution-free planet is by far and away the best insurance for the survival and well-being of current and future generations of humans and ecosystems. 

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Guru Tagore's Birth Anniversary was celebrated on 08 May 2020 # online
रबींद्रनाथ टैगोर के मूल्यों और विश्वासों को पूरा करने के लिए 8 मई 2020 को टैगोर जयंती ऑनलाइन हमारे विद्यालय में मनाई गई थी ।टैगोर जी के  विचार हमारे विद्यालय  में प्रदान की जाने वाली शिक्षा का एक अभिन्न अंग हैं। हमारा विद्यालय टैगोर के महान व्यक्तित्व से बहुत प्रभावित  और प्रेरित है।
रबींद्रनाथ टैगोर की 159 वीं जयंती मनाने के लिए हमारे प्राथमिक विद्यालय (I-V) ने छात्रों के लिए कई तरह की रोचक गतिविधियों की व्यवस्था की, जिसमें उन्होंने पूरे उत्साह के साथ भाग लिया।
गतिविधियों की सूची----
* कक्षा प्रथम-   “सुनो कहानी बुनो कहानी”
* कक्षा दूसरी-   “किरदार के रंग”
* कक्षा तीसरी-   “नाम का जादू”
* कक्षा चौथी:   "बस एक मिनट"
* कक्षा पाँचवी: स्वयं संवाद (मोनोलॉग)
Stories narrated by the students of class I
Dhir Vikram Aggarwal - I B Vivaan Bhatnagar - I A
Alina Chattopadhyay - I C Angad Singh - I A 
Mrinalika Negi Batra - I C Yerik Gupta - I B
Students of class II portrayed their favourite character from “Kabuliwala”
Aishanee Sharma - II B Ayana Khatri - II A Gianshpreet Singh Oberoi - II C
Naitik Arya - II A Saisha Gosain - II B Taneesha Jain - II C
‘Being creative with the name’- Posters made by the students of class III 
Abhimanyu Chaudhary III A Abhiraj Singh III B Praket Kalia III A
Abhimanyu Chaudhary - III A Abhiraj Singh - III B Praket Kalia - III A
Rishvi Kehar III C Tejasveer Singh Oberoi III A Samaria Bhatia III A
Rishvi Kehar - III C Tejasveer Singh Oberoi - III A Samaria Bhatia - III A
Just -a -Minute on Gurudev by the students of class IV
Aanya Tiwari - IV C Cahal - IV C Deyaan Joshi - IV B
Yashaan Sachdeva - IV B Ranvir Puri - IV A Akashleena Majee - IV A
Monologue on the life of Gurudev by the students of class V 
Abir Bhardwaj - V C Kritleen - V B
Rebecca Yadav - V B Naman Kar - V A

To inculcate the values and beliefs of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore is an integral part of education in our school, named as it is for this towering personality , the most outstanding polymath of modern India.

To commemorate Gurudev’s 159th birth anniversary, students were engaged in a variety of activities. And yes, rising to the challenges posed by the lockdown, everything happened online !

Class VI created their own movies on ‘Tagore: An International Figure’. Art students drew different kinds of flowers keeping in mind that  Tagore was a great lover of nature .

Students of Class VII created a  PPT using  the software Sway, focusing on Shantiniketan: An Abode of Peace

They also danced to the song ‘ Mera mann megh ka sangi’   composed by Tagore.

Class VIII made posters depicting Tagore’s Gitanjali. Art students tried to design the kind of robe that Tagore often wore and which he called his ‘al-khalla.’

Class IX students interpreted the poem “Where the Mind is Without Fear” using different modes of expression such as dance, music, poetry recitation, mime, doodling etc, with a few of these going up on the website.

The enthusiastic actors in Class X prepared a play based on the story “The Parrot” written by Tagore. This item would be shown to all classes with a discussion on its theme and relevance.

Selected students  of Class XI recited some of the poems from the English translation of Gitanjali. The  philosophy behind some of these will be discussed subsequently

A presentation (by Sanya Sarin) about the life and work of Gurudev was shown to all the students on 8th May’20 . This focused on Tagore’s amazing oeuvre and his wide range of interests.

Students of class X watched the Hindi Play together online and discussed with their teacher 
Special Art and Dance classes were held for students  and discussions were held on work done by  Tagore
Presentation on Guru Tagore was shared with students and discussions were held in the classes
Dance Performance by Students of Classes VI-IX

Poems by Tagore are spiritual  and mercurial in nature. The students  of our school stepped forward to pay a tribute to this Nobel Laureate through a dance performance on his work.


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Dance Performances by:

  • Ananya Ahooja IX
  • Saanvi Kaushik VIII
  • Jeevika Umesh VII
  • Aahana Jain VI
‘तोता ‘- Hindi Play on the famous story by Tagore compiled  by students of class X
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Narrator:   Suhaani Sinha X C

King:          Akshat X C

Queen:      Apoorva X A

Parrot:      Bhavini X B

Nephew:   Gurmaan X C

Priest:       Medha X B

Courtmen: Sulagna X A

                    Tanish X A 
Costumes Inspired from Tagore’s Outfits
Tagore was very fashion conscious and created a unique fashion of his own. Tagore is one of the greatest writer of all times who not only brought his characters to life through words in his novels and poems, but also sketches to bring them to life. He drew outfits that he imagines his characters would wear. To rekindle his memory and fashion style, students took inspiration from Jobba(a cross between Baku,the long dress from Darjeeling and Kimono from Japan) and designed costumes.
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The students in the video are:

  • Yana Sapra VIII B
  • Avni Sikder VIII C
  • Rushil sinha VII C
  • Aashi Seth V C
Labour Day celebrations on 01 May 2020
'Thank You' cards made by students for Support Staff   Messages from Support Staff
AAROHAN-- International Dance Day celebrated on 29 April 2020 #online

We thank all Tagoreans and their families for their overwhelming response to Aarohan #online to celebrate the International Dance Day on 29 April 2020.  While every entry is cherished and valued by us, we are constrained to present only a few glimpses into how the students expressed themselves to make this a gala occasion.

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Glimpses of  talent of students of classes I -III
Abhiraj 3B Anika Sharma 2B Vihaan Saxena 2B

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Glimpses of  talent of students of classes IV -V
Amolika Bhattacharya VA
Naman Kar VA Sanika Dey VB

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Glimpses of  talent of students of classes VI-VII
Chhavi VIIB Vinayak Gupta VIC Vrinda VII

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Glimpses of  talent of students of classes VIII and above
Aishani VIIIB Malvika VIIIB Sanvi VIIIC

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50th Earth Day Celebrations # online on 22  April 2020
Earth day is an annual event celebrated around the world on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection
Even as we stayed home and maintained social distance, Tagoreans did not cease to showcase their responsible side towards the  environment.
The discussions were held across all age groups  in the online classes and students used technology to exhibit their feelings and efforts concerning mother nature.


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Students of class X created a collage on Earth Day



Teachers of Pre Primary school spreading  the message on the occasion of 50th anniversary of Earth Day

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