I Kid You Not
Written by Inaaya Kaul, a grade 11 student.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) held its first session in London in 1946 when the world was left in pieces after World War II and the UN had been recently formed to replace the failed mission of The League of Nations…
Written by Neel Goenka, a grade 8 student.
We all have heard about natural disasters like earthquakes, tornados, and floods. But there are a few natural disasters that not many people know and not many people talk about it…
Written by Namya Saraf, a grade 11 student.
Amidst the ongoing pandemic, the 47th G7 summit is being held in Cornwall, England from 11th to 13th June 2021. It is taking place in Cornwall as the United Kingdom holds the presidency this year and the region is seen as central to Britain’s green tech sector…
What’s happening in the Suez Canal? Why is it a crisis? A grade 7 child creates a simple video for I Kid You Not and tells us.
Written by Mantsha, by grade 9 student.
Microplastics are very small pieces of plastic that pollute the environment. They are so small that we can’t see them with a naked eye and could have a length less than 5 millimeters (about the size of small cumin – jeera – seed).
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