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Shankar's Int'l Children's Competition invites entries

Shankar's International Children's Competition in Painting and Writing for the year 2010 is now accepting entries.

The competition is open to children from all over the world who are born on or after January 1, 1994. There is no entry fee for the competition, says a press release.

The entrants are free to choose the theme / subject they are interested in, or like most, for their paintings / drawings / writings.

Paintings / drawings can be in any medium, but the size of each entry should not be less then 30x40 cm. A competitor may submit any number of entries.

Written works may be in the form of poems, plays, short stories, essays, descriptive writing, and the like.

Only entries in English will be considered and they should be in a neat handwriting or typed.

Entries should be mailed directly to "Shankar's International Children's competition Nehru House, 4-Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002."

For more details about the competition, including brochures, interested people are requested to contact the High Commission of India Culture Centre and Library, Road No 24, House No 35, Gulshan, Dhaka.

They can also dial 8850141 or send emails to hcilib@dhaka.net

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