I Kid You Not
One minute read. Written by Prapti Sen – a grade 4 student in Mumbai.
Have you ever noticed those yellow and black insects buzzing around flowers in gardens? I have even heard they sting.
Written by Kamakshi Anand, a grade 11 student.
We have the power to create history but that doesn’t mean that we always have that opportunity.
Written by Rohina Mahadik, a grade 10 student.
The way we, as humans, collectively view the world continuously changes with time. Understanding how the world works can be a very complex issue and is a topic that has been discussed and debated over by philosophers, thinkers, and politicians since times immemorial…
Illustrated & explained by Asara Sawhney. A grade 6 student.
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COVID-19 originated as a small local virus that wasn’t kept in check and continued to spread until it had eventually engulfed the globe.
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