I Kid You Not
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.
Written by Nikita Tiwari, a 19-year-old-student.
One of the world’s longest-serving head of a government died on the 11th of November. His name was Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa and he was the Prime Minister of Bahrain from 1970 till his death a few weeks ago…
Written by Nihal Singh Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
Mohammad Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai is the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
Written by Naina Singh, a grade 6 student (with inputs from Rhea Kochhar)
Water is a simple necessity of life here on earth, but what about space? Have you ever wondered, is there water in space? Astronauts have been going to space, since Yuri Gagarin went for the first time, in 1961.
Written and illustrated by Akshita Sinha, a first-year college student.
“There is always a car ahead of you on the road and always a race to win.”This piece is an ode to the moments whereas individuals we have felt a pit in our stomachs because of jealousy and guilt of someone else being better than us.
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