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When children took over the DNA newsroom…

DNMUM400795 | 11/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :378 | Mumbai

Mount Litera School International students celebrate Children’s Day at DNA Mumbai
CHILDREN'S DAY SPECIAL
Mumbai: It was a perfect prelude to Children’s Day at DNA as young talented minds of Mount Litera School International (MLSI) visited the newspaper’s office in Mumbai on Monday. Thirteen students from the school, accompanied by their teachers and Navyata Goenka, Advisor at the school, visited the office to understand how a newspaper is made, before a copy lands at their house in the morning.
The exercise began with a detailed session with the editors of the paper — which worked as a sort of orientation for the students to help understand how a newsroom functions, how stories are written, the highs and lows of the whole process. Fascinated after finding out that lakhs of copies of the paper are printed every day, the wide-eyed b
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