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Mumbai organises First Kid-sourced Event, ‘A Tale to Tell’ Children Carnival based on Kinesthetic Learning

'A Tale to Tell' will introduce children to new-age learning via the world of story telling and fantasy as part of the festival

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Mumbai, Nov 25, 2016: It’s billed as Mumbai’s first kid-sourced event. Yes, you heard that right! Kid-sourced not crowd-sourced!

Learning will no longer be boring thanks to ‘A Tale to Tell’, a three-day children’s festival based on kinesthetic learning that opened on Friday at Kangaroo Kids, Pali Hill.

In kinesthetic learning, students carry out physical activities rather than listen to a lecture or watch a demonstration.
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‘A Tale to Tell’ will introduce children to new-age learning via the world of story-telling and fantasy as part of the festival, which explores their creative and innovative progress. It will teach children innovative arts and skills via workshops on painting, puppet making, cognitive-enhancement and much more.

Children can also participate in competitions such as Shadow Play (theater workshop), MasterChef (cupcake making), poetry telling, art activities and the highlight of them all – making a fairy tale character out of waste!

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There will be several food pop-ups, sandwich stalls, popcorn and candy floss stalls and much more.

“Explore your inner child as you watch your child at play,” the organisers said in a statement. (IANS)

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Petrol Prices On The Reverse Trend For The Last 13 Days: Prices Fall

Both in Delhi and Kolkata, diesel prices in the fortnight have declined

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Petrol Prices On The Reverse Trend For The Last 13 Days: Prices Falls
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Domestic petrol prices, which had hit record levels for 16 consecutive days in May, have been on the reverse trend for the last 13 days, including Monday, but the relief for consumers has been slow in coming.

The pace of decline has been less than half the rate of surge.

Percentage-wise, since May 30, when prices started to take a downturn, petrol prices have slipped 2.35 per cent in Delhi, compared to the 5.5 per cent in the previous 16 days.

In absolute terms, prices have gone down by Rs 1.85 a litre since May 30, compared to the increase of Rs 3.8 per litre in the during May 14-29. On Monday, fuel was sold at Rs 76.58 per litre in the national capital, down 20 paise from Sunday’s level, the IndianOil Corp’s website showed.

In Mumbai, where petrol prices were the highest in the country last month, the decline has been much slow at Rs 1.23 per litre so far, against the rise of Rs 3.76 a litre during May 14-29.

On Monday, petrol price in Mumbai was Rs 84.41 per litre against Rs 84.61 on Sunday. Similarly, in Kolkata and Chennai, the fuel was sold at Rs 79.25 and Rs 79.48 respectively.

In Kolkata and Chennai too, the decline has been Rs 1.81 and Rs 1.65 per litre in the last 13 days, around 50 per cent of the previous rate of increase.

In tandem with petrol prices, diesel too has seen a decline, but of only around 2 per cent in all the major cities including Delhi, compared to over 5 per cent rise in the previous fortnight.

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Both in Delhi and Kolkata, diesel prices in the last 13 days have declined by Rs 1.36, and in Mumbai and Kolkata, the fall was of Rs 1.44 and Rs 1.45 per litre respectively.

Also read: Petrol price slashes by 32 paise and diesel price by 85 paise

On Monday, prices of the fuel in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai were at Rs 67.95, Rs 70.50, Rs 72.35 and Rs 71.73 per litre, respectively. (IANS)