I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
Chile (a country in South America) has thought of a rather effective way of fighting Coronavirus. It is giving something called ‘immunity passports’- in which recovered Coronavirus patients are eligible for this card (they can also receive it digitally).
Written by Pranavi Khaitan, a grade 12 student.
Today, the journalism industry faces many challenges, whether it be expanding from print to a more digital presence or problems related to a free press. Wanting to learn more about the profession, I interviewed 5 journalists from publications like Asian Age, New York Times, The Morning Context, Thompson Reuters, and The Indian Express. Here are a few of the key takeaways…
Written by Aditeya Goyal, a 13-year-old student
India has another proud moment with the Malayalam movie- ‘Jallikattu’ being India’s official entry to the Oscars in 2021. It is directed by the talented directed Lijo Jose Pellissery and stars actors such as Antony Varghese, Chemban Vinod Jose, Sabumon Abdusamad, and Santhy Balachandran to name a few.
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Social media and regular media are two factors that help us keep up with the world around us.
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
The Lebanese crisis, which started as an economic depression has now morphed into a multi-headed travelling issue for this country in Western Asia…
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