“The visit was part of a 10-day residential summer camp and on the last day, the children were excited to visit ISRO,” the Collector said.
According to officials, those schools, where more than 70 per cent students speak a particular tribal language, will provide lessons in that language.
Revathi Radhakrishnan can’t forget the flavour of a bitter yet refreshing cup of coffee she had in a local shop in Nagapattinam one fine afternoon 18 summers ago.
Though his mother was having mild fever, her test reports for malaria, typhoid and total blood count came negative.
Exacerbating the situation is the lockdown-induced closure of the anganwadis and schools that served noon meal to students from these families.