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Each year, when the land heats up faster than the surrounding ocean, the usual air currents are reversed over most of India, drawing huge amounts of moisture into a month-long storm known as the monsoon.
By GSAM Staff|
2016-10-21T12:09:25+00:00 June 26th, 2016|
What a week! Another Summer Games spectacular on the last full week of competition. The Cobra Team still maintains a slight edge but the Elephant team is closing fast. Just a handful of points separate
By GSAM Staff|
2016-10-21T12:09:25+00:00 June 6th, 2016|
Summer Games has finally begun! If you don't know what we are talking about... take a quick look here. After months of excitement, anticipation and planning, the third annual school vacation bonanza we call Summer
This post was originally from www.johnmarshall.com... I love traditions. Traditions are the unique signature of family life. They are the touchstones upon which the years unfold; the simple predictability that says: This is how we
2016-10-21T12:09:25+00:00 June 5th, 2016|
We had a fantastic honor this week as we were visited by several dignitaries from the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). Our first visit in the morning included Mr Akhil Kumar Jain, Special United Nations
2016-10-21T12:09:25+00:00 April 24th, 2016|
46 degrees Celsius. 115 Fahrenheit! For anyone who has experienced this kind of suffocating heat before, you know there is nothing better than the bracing chill of an air-conditioned room. Short of this, a hearty
The local Internet has been particularly stubborn lately, refusing to connect us for days on end. But with the pathway momentarily clear, here's what's been happening at the Mission this past week. Valentine’s Day was bittersweet