I Kid You Not
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year journalism student
A dictatorship is a form of government where a very small group of people or a single person holds complete power and authority over a country
Written by Sairaya Chopra, a grade 12 student.
People want to live where they have clean air, fresh water, and the fewest risks – so why do we still live in megacities and geographically hazardous areas?
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a first-year undergraduate student
An archaeologist’s job involves much more than just digging. Writing, research, statistics, and data analysis are all integral parts as well.
Written by a grade 6 student, Sanjana Nayakanti
Montgolfier brothers, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne discovered it in 1783. When Joseph was holding a shirt above hot air, it started to float. This got them thinking and with some more experimenting, they discovered about the hot air balloons.
Hear it from: Suruchi Yadav and Uthara Menon.
Quick News Snippets by our young anchors – the Indian Women’s hockey team makes history at the Olympics. The US asks its citizens to leave Afghanistan.
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