A group of two teachers and 10 students visited the British Council to celebrate International Women’s Day. They attended an inspirational talk by Ms. Kiran Bedi and Ms. Shabana Azmi, an interactive session with women achievers and also participated in a unique debate on the theme ‘Education, the key to gender equality’. Ms. Sarabjit Kaur and Ms. Nidhi Sood, along with a group of 10 students attended a play presentation ‘Life like Rainbow Grey’ at the American Centre. •The students of classes 5 and 8 participated in a letter exchange with the students ofAspuddens Skola Sweden. The theme was ‘Wreathing Cultures through Colours’. The students exchanged information about their lifestyles and cultural identities.•The first lesson of the Trash Tree Project was initiated on 5 April 2014. The studentsparticipated in a discussion and survey to analyse their performance on the ‘Reduce, reuse, recycle’ scale. They prepared art work to reinforce the message of social change through art.The students of classes 6 to 10 participated in an inter class Board Decoration Competition. The themes they worked on were • Class 6 - Sports around the world• Class 7- Women empowerment• Class 8 - Cyber securityRuchika Goel of class XII was selected by CBSE and the Ministry of HRD, to participate in the prestigious “JENESYS” 2014 program by the Govt. of India. She visited Japan from 26th May 2014 to 3rd June 2014 as a part of the contingent of meritorious students. A poster making activity was organised by Multicultural Youth Exchange to bring a social change using the Symbol Stamps.22nd March 2014 attained a special place in the hearts of 20 students of Bal Bharati Public School, Pitampura, as they received blessings from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Gouri Garg of XII B commenced the event by welcoming and introducing His Holiness. Siddharth Chaudhary of XII A offered him the symbolic white scarf. Ishita of XII A was chosen to escort His Holiness. Responding to the audience, His Holiness stressed on the importance of Peace and Compassion and admitted that he was always keen to meet young people because ‘The past is past and cannot be changed, the future remains open like space’. The event left an indelible mark on the minds of all present.