In the world of today, newspapers have become almost as necessary as food and clothing. This is especially true in the case of modern educated man who cannot enjoy his morning breakfast unless he has the morning paper before him. A successful newspaper caters to all kinds of readers: scientists, sportsmen, cinema fans, politicians, businessmen and lawyers. Newspapers also serve as mirrors of public opinion because the public can express its views in letters to the editor. One such good newspaper is This Hindu in School.
Shilpa A. Tanga, Class VII
Prerana Public School, Bijapur
I am a daily reader of your paper. Sudoku is my favourite game. The science and tech pages are interesting. I like reading the headlines.
Midhun V. Nadh, Class V
Sree Narayana Public School, Vadakkevila, Kollam
‘Word of the day’ is a very interesting feature in your paper.
S. Noorulla Basha, Class IX
Sri Sai Concept School, Maspet, Rayachoty