I Kid You Not
Written by Aadya Sinha, a grade 3 student.
Once, there was an alien named SSR 3521. He had an orange-colored, water droplet-shaped body. It had antennae with big circles on the top…
Written by DivijaVaish, a grade 12 student.
The highlight of Milkha’s career, what he is most prominently known for, is his fourth place finish at the 1960 Rome Olympics, where his time of 45.73 seconds was the Indian national record for almost four decades…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
During the reign of British supremacy in India, Mumbai, then known as Bombay, was badly hit by a plague…
A quick news snippet by our junior reporter – Adweita Panigrahi
Written by Anvika Khaitan – a grade 8 student.
Glacier mice are round balls of moss that are found on glaciers. They always manage to travel together and scientists are still trying to understand the movements of them…
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