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August 28, 2008

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AMUE

Good for the heart.Keep it up Dipita.

S. N. Ejedepang-Koge

A budding writer, indeed!

Dipta's story AMWE teaches an inspiring moral lesson that instantly begins to transform the life of Tiako. Reading this story carefully, young people who, for any reason become ashamed of their parents and believe that they should be pampered are likely to be set on the road to sanity and responsible behaviour. Courage and continue.

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