Here are some noteworthy Sandarbh articles - in English!

Sandarbh - Issue 149

Why Do We Say The Earth Goes Around The Sun Part-3 by Uma Sudhir

Sandarbh - Issue 148

Comments on Peggy Mohans Article by T Vijayendra
Why Do We Say The Moon Goes Round The Earth Part 2 by Uma Sudhir

Sandarbh - Issue 145

War by Luigi Pirandello
Explaining The Motion Of Heavenly Bodies Part-1 by Uma Sudhir
English The Language Of Indias Future by Peggy Mohan

Sandarbh - Issue 123

Petrichor: Why Does Rain Smell So Good? By Mary Halton

Sandarbh - Issue 122

From a Teacher to a Facilitator by Pradnya Kadam
Genes Determine Susceptibility to Malaria by Athulaprabha Murthi
Why the Sea Water is Salty? From Sawaliram by Rudrashis Chakravorty

Sandarbh - Issue 121

Why Do We Have Blood Types? by Carl Zimmer
From Heavens to Earth: A Biography of Cumulus Clouds by Deepak Govind Madival
Reading ‘Head Curry’ and Thinking Diversity by Ajaa

Sandarbh - Issue 120

A Brief History of Stephen Hawking: a Legacy of Paradox by Stuart Clark
The Enchanted Garden by Italo Calvino

Sandarbh - Issue 119

A Study of Human History through the Lives of Disease Causing Bacteria by Aswin Sai Narain Seshasayee
Innovation: The Problem of Memory and Erasure by C.N. Subramanyam
Working Cat by Rinchin

Sandarbh - Issue 117

Bees Understand Zero by Neha C V. 
The Harmful Effects of Algorithms by Constance Kamii
Questions of a Muslim Mother by Farah Farooqi
Why Birds Do Not Fall From Trees While Sleeping from Sawaliram By Rudrashis Chakravorty

Sandarbh - Issue 116

A Planetary Scientist and Her Box of Pre-Solar Grains by Aashima Dogra.
Malnutrition Among High School Tribal Children by A V Ramni and Arvind Sardana.
Food for Chudail by Rinchin.
Is Rat a Pet Animal or a Wild Animal from Sawaliram By Rudrashis Chakravorty.

Sandarbh - Issue 115

Story of Human Clothes by Lice and Molecular Clock by Anirban Mitra.
Why do Acid Burns the Skin from Sawaliram. By Rudrashis Chakravorty.

Sandarbh - Issue 114

Popper, Kuhn and How Do We Get Laws and Theories in Science? – Part 2 by Uma Sudhir.
Animal Stories And The Readers’ Dilemma by Madhushree. 
Why Do Trees Produce Fruits? From Sawaliram. By Rudrashis Chakravorty.

Sandarbh - Issue 113

How Do We Get Laws and Theories in Science? – Part 1 by Uma Sudhir
Tinker, Builder , Physicist and Teacher – Interview of Melissa by Prajval Shastri.
Textbook Analysis: EVS for Class V by Poonam Medh.
Why are Some People Fair-Skinned, While Others are Dark-Skinned? From Sawaliram. By Rudrashis Chakravorty

Sandarbh - Issue 112

What Can Bind Mathematics, By Seema Wahi Mukherjee.
Who Teaches Fledgling to Make a Nest? From Sawaliram. By Rudrashis Chakravorty.

Sandarbh - Issue 110

Conversation with Professor Amman Madan.
No Letter Form Mother by Vishwapriya L. Iyengar.
Why do Archers Close One Eye while Taking Aim? From Sawaliram

Sandarbh - Issue 109   

Kyasanur Forest Disease: An Inquisitive Story – Part 2 by Nithyanand Rao.
Multilingualism: A Resource by Ramakant Agnihotri.
Kalmu and Karma by Devashish Makhija.
Studying Childhood in India by Krishna Kumar
Does the Plastic Vaporizer Leave Toxins? From Sawaliram By Rudrashis Chakravorty

Sandarbh - Issue 108

Nature of Science and How Not to Teach Science as Dogma – Part 2 by Uma Sudhir.
Kyasanur Forest Disease: An Inquisitive Story – Part 1 by Nithyanand Rao.
Emotion and Tears in Mission Control as Rosetta Comes to a Silent End by Monica Grady.
The Haunted Sampige Tree by Siddalingaiah.
Why do we Sweat More in Summer? From Sawaliram By Rudrashis Chakravorty.

Sandarbh - Issue 101

Icecream Stick, Area and Dimension by Rupa Suresh 

Sandarbh - Issue 99

Learning From Feedback Given By Children by Kavitha Krishna

Sandarbh - Issue 98

A Mote Of Dust Suspended In A Sunbeam by Rudrashis Chakravorty
Canyons Of Light by Adrian Forsyth and Ken Miyata

Sandarbh issue 97

The Importance Of Asking Questions In Different Ways by Uday Maitra

Sandarbh issue 96

What's Mathematical About Symmetry? by Shreya Khemani
Biofilms: Social Behaviour Of Bacteria by Vinita Shivakumar
Teaching Poverty: A Different Perspective – Part 2 by Sukanya Bose

Sandarbh issue 95

Patterns As Tools For Algebraic Reasoning by Kristen Herbert
Science With Children by Anish Mokashi
Teaching Poverty: A Poverty of Perspective – Part 1 by Sukanya Bose

Sandarbh issue 94

Food Culture And Inclusive Education (Teacher’s Section) by Mohammad Umar
Feminism And Science – An Interview with Chayanika Shah by Vivek Vellanki
The Rutherford Model in Trouble By Sushil Joshi

Sandarbh issue 93

Electron Microscope by Bhaas Bapat
Indigenising Curriculum: Questions Posed by Baiga Vidya – Part 2 by Padma M. Sarangapani
Scattering Particles of the Atom by Sushil Joshi

Sandarbh issue 92

Slow Ideas - Part 2 by Atul Gawande
Indigenising Curriculum - Questions That The Baiga Vidya Presents by Padma Sarangapani
Curiosity, Reverence, Science And The Arts by Raja Mohanty
The World Of Insectivorous Plants by Amrita Saxena
Why Is There A Sun, A Moon And An Earth? Sawaliram by Sushil Joshi
Electricity, Gases, and the Atom Breaks by Sushil Joshi

Sandarbh issue 91

Slow Ideas - Part 1 by Atul Gawande
Competition Amongst Living Organisms....And Parasitism In Brids - Part 2 by Adrian Forsyth and Ken Miyata
What Will Happen If You Don't Wear A Space Suit In Space? Sawaliram
Pace-Based Educationby Thejaswi Shivanand Translated by Bharat Tripathi
The Purpose Of Education by Shivani Taneja Translated by Bharat Tripathi
Early Theories of the Structure of Atom by Sushil Joshi

Sandarbh issue 90

Competition, Cooperation Among Living Organisms...And Jerry's Maggot - Part 1 by Adrian Forsyth and Ken Miyata
Macroeconomics: The Core Of Economics - Part 2 by Amit Bhaduri

Sandarbh issue 89

Some Experiences Of Folding Paper by Karen Haydock Translated
As If' Arguments And The Process Of Learing Mathematics In Saora Culture by Minati Panda Translated by Sushil Joshi
Chemistry Made Easy Book Review by Usha Mukunda of The Chemical History Of A Candle by Michael Faraday
The Core Of Economics - Part 1 by Amit Bhaduri Translated by Sushil Joshi

Sandarbh issue 88

Qutub Minar In Bhopal? by Himanshu Srivastav and Uma Sudhir
Why Doesn't It Happen Like This? by Francis Kumar
The Magic Of You by Ritu Khoda

Sandarbh issue 87 

The Invisible Matter Of The Universe by Dennis Overbye
The Status Of Water In Rishi Valley by A team of Students and a Teacher

Sandarbh issue 86  

Glow, Big Glowworm by Stephen Jay Gould

Sandarbh issue 85

The Microcosm: The World Of Quantum Mechanics by V. V. Raman
Humans From Monkeys by Vinatha Viswanathan
Multilingualism: A Classroom Resource by Rama Kant Agnihotri

Sandarbh issue 83 

Some Experiences While Teaching Maths by Nazia Mulani
The Indian Plate, An Antarctic Expedition And The Atmosphere  An interview with Vinod Gaur
by Sujata Vardarajan

Sandarbh issue 82 

Beams in Biology by Supurna Sinha
My Non-Interaction With Children At The World Book Fair by Sumit Tripathi
Choosing Children's Books by Avinandan Mukherjee 

Sandarbh Issue 81 

Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze? from New Scientist
Maps And Their Ghosts by Yemuna Sunny
Something About Myself And My Research - Part 2 An interview with Professor Mohan Ram by Sujata Varadarajan 

Sandarbh Issue 80

Has The Kilogram Become A Little Lighter Or A Little Heavier? by Vinatha Viswanathan
Why Can’t We See Sound Or Hear Light? Sawaliram Answered by Sushil Joshi
Turning A New Leaf – Part 1 An interview with H.Y. Mohan Ram by Sujata Vardarajan

Sandarbh Issue 79

A Library Programme in the Mountains by Usha MukundaTranslated by Shivani Bajaj
Why Does A Chilly Burn And A Peppermint Chill? by Sushil Joshi
A Meeting Place: The Science, Art And Writing Initiative by Anne Osbourn  Translated by Jayjeet

Sandarbh Issue 78

Indian Primitive Eusocial Wasp: Concern of Benevolence by Raghavendra Gadagkar

Sandarbh Issue 77

Escape from The Tradition by David Gribble
Science as a Hobby and Study of The Social Life of An Indian Primitively Eusocial Wasp by Raghavendra Gadagkar
Which One Will Freeze First: Hot Water Or Cold Water?
Reflections On Storytelling Session Of V. Suteyev’s ‘The Three Kittens’ by Seema Wahi
Why Do We Have Problems In Learning And Teaching Science? by Karen Haydock

Sandarbh Issue 76

From Where did Coal and Petroleum Come From? by Uma Sudhir
Literacy Instructions in Indian Schools by Shobha Sinha
Where is the Square to Complete? by R. Ramanujam
The Library by Daniel Greenberg

Sandarbh Issue 75

Age Mixing by Daniel Greenberg
The Placebo Effect by Vasant Natrajan
Pigeonhole Principle by S. Srinivasan
The Lens That Social Science Conferred Upon Me by Nidhi Tiwari
English Reader – Qualifying Which Norms? by Shivani Taneja

Sandarbh Issue 74

The Handicap Principle by Laasya Samhita
Multiplication by Shailesh A. Shirali
Fishing by Daniel Greenberg
We and The Socially Marginalized by Payal Aggarwal

Sandarbh Issue 73

Finally Children Learns How to Read by Daniel Greenberg
The Periodic Table by Sam Kean
Oh! Panchayat: Loose Lessons While Doing Social Science Textbooks by Alex M. George
Understanding of LCM and GCF through Area Model
What Difference Did Darwin Make? by Karen Haydock
The Spider And The Wasp by Alexander Petrunkevitch
Answers To Puzzles of Martin Gardner
The Clever Capuchin

Sandarbh Issue 72

Beginner’s Talk in Classroom by Jitender Kumar
Three Puzzles from Martin Gardner

Sandarbh Issue 70

Cloud Illusions by Karen Haydock
Kanavu – Where Learning Happens by Alex M. George
Seven Days With The Praying Mantis by Neeraj Jain

Sandarbh Issue 69

Science And Me – The Excitement of Doing Science by Jayant Narlikar
Are Atoms Colored? by Rama Chari
How Do We Know The Human Body? by Karen Haydock
Conversation And A Democratic Classroom by Jitendra Kumar
Being Conventional On Numbers, Maps And Magnets by S. Srinivasan
Of Education, Politics And Ideology by Rinchin and Maheen

Sandarbh Issue 68

I am Not Only a Children’s Writer by Avinandan Mukherjee

Sandarbh Issue 67

The Abacus Exploration by Pramod Maithil
Solar Eclipse and Pin Hole Camera of the Nature by Aamod Karkhanis

Sandarbh Issue 66

Standard Model: A Theory of Almost Everything by Ajay Sharma
Waiting for LHC by Vikram Vyas

Sandarbh Issue 65

A Rare and Memorable Lesson by C.P. Snow
Darkness Before the Dawn by Hema Ramchandran
Acceleration, Velocity and Speed by Himanshu Shrivastav
Girls’ Education A Continuing Challenge by Rinchin and Maheen

Sandarbh Issue 64

Different States of Matter by Deepak Dhar
Sieve of Sundaram by Julian Havil
Sieve of Eratosthenes by Jill Britton
Way To Science by Qamar Rehman
Oral History and Women’s Experiences in Nattaya by Sheela K. Prasad
Children Do Not Live in Different World by Madhuri Purandare

Sandarbh Issue 63

Learning Teacher : Reviewing the Narrative of a Teacher’s Journey by Alex M. George
Total Solar Eclipse 22nd July 2009 by Aamod Karkhanis
Illustration in Children’s Books by Sonali Biswas
Like Mother Like Daughter by Purnima Sinha and Supurna Sinha