Greetings to you as Delhi is smothered in the unhealthiest atmosphere its possibly ever experienced and when schools are closed for fear the exposure would be to school-going children. The whole population of this city, however, is suffering the effects and its just that people need to go about their daily work ! The blame game continues... but what's the solution... If there's a solution? How do we go back on the population and building explosion of so many years ? What can be done about Delhi being just in a pocket of the country that hardly gets a good shower of rain - I believe that the slight drizzle we got last evening only made the atmospheric condition even worse? In an age when there are so many farmer suicides, what is a reasonably priced alternative to stubble burning in our neighbouring states ?....
Br. E V MIRANDA
Principal, St. Columba’s School
Edmund Rice was born in Callan, Co. Kikenny, Ireland in 1762. He belonged to a wealthy farming family. After completing his commercial education, he worked with his uncle in establishing a very incrative ship-chandlers busines. In 1785, he married Mary Elliot. the daughter of a prosperous waterford businessman. In 1789, tragedy struck, his wife died leaving Edmund alone with a disabled daugher....
Founder St.Columba’s School