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IN 2010, Deepak Puri and Shareen Punian, a San Francisco-based Indian-American couple, organised a fundraiser for San Francisco’s high profile district attorney for six years, then running for the post of California’s attorney-general. They had only learned recently that that district attorney was “one of their peeps”, a woman whose mother was an Indian immigrant. Hence the fundraiser.
NEW DELHI (The Straits Times/ANN): US Senator Kamala Harris further stoked interest in her Indian roots on Thursday (Aug 20) when she referred to her Tamil-born mother and "chithis" in her speech when she accepted the Democratic Party's nomination for vice president.
When US Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris to be his running mate, it sparked a frenzy on the other side of the globe to track down her connections to Chennai, the southern Indian city where her mother was born.
Newspapers are used by English Language teachers to improve students’ language skills. The newspaper bridges the gap between school-based reading/writing and reading/writing in the real world.
DEPUTY Education Minister (1) Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon stressed on the importance of parents playing their part in guiding their children in online learning amid the movement control order (MCO).
Innovative use of the newspaper makes for effective English language teaching in the classroom
K. SISVINRAJ never thought that learning English with the newspapers could be fun and exciting until he met The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) freelance consultant trainer Shyamala Sankaran.
IT’S no secret that the newspapers are a medium of instruction that can be used to enhance English language proficiency among students in schools.
PETALING JAYA: MCA has urged the Selangor state government to withdraw a proposed amendment to a state Bill that will allow unilateral conversion of minors.