I Kid You Not
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student
The world has seen many pandemic diseases like AIDS, Swine flu, Ebola, Zika virus, Cholera, Malaria, Dengue and now the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). There was another one such outbreak that became a pandemic – the Plague.
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
We’ve always been told that our actions have consequences, but to what extent?
Written by Naina Singh a grade 7 student.
Every year on first April, we celebrate April fool’s day. We often play pranks on this day, but do you know the history behind it? The exact origin of April fool’s day remains unknown, but there are some stories and events in different cultures that we think might be the reason for this day.
Written by Vidhi Jain, a grade 7 student.
The Winter Solstice takes place when one of the Earth’s poles has its maximum tilt away from the Sun. This happens twice a year, once in each hemisphere…
One minute read, Written by Nayantara Singh – a grade 5 student.
All over the news, and on social media people are posting and writing about the many precautions that we can take to prevent this virus.
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