I Kid You Not
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student and Brand Ambassador at
I Kid You Not (this piece got the second prize in the Independence Day Writing Contest)
The history of India’s scuffle towards freedom would be unfinished without telling the story of the countless women who made it possible…
Written by Rajlaxmi, a grade 6 student
In 2012, scientists announced they’d found a planet, 55 Cancri e, that was made of diamond. The idea was based on estimates of the planet’s size and density. Later the research was proven wrong.
Written by Prapti Sen, a grade 5 student.
This award hand-picks the best of American actors from the television industry and recognizes them. The word ‘Emmy’ is derived from ‘Immy’- a short name for orthicon which refers to a camera tube used in television series
Written by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 5 student.
Have you heard of Sneha Dubey? Who do you think she is? An actor or a cricketer? No, she is none of these…
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 8 student.
Once, an empress called Hsi Ling Shih was drinking tea under a mulberry tree when a cocoon fell into her cup. The long fibres of the cocoon began to unravel in hot water…
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