I Kid You Not
Written by Arshiya Sangar, a grade 11 student
On July 18, a crowd of 2500-3000 young people gathered at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, raising the three-finger symbol of liberation.
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Ironically, the year 2020 will have no 20-20. And instead of sticking it to their friends in a round of cricket, the kids are stuck to Stick Cricket…
Adweita Panigrahi Adweita Panigrahi is a grade 2 student from Bangalore. Her hobbies are reading books,dancing, singing and gardening. She…
Writen by Kanak Sharma, a grade 9 student
FESTIVAL – an eight-letter word that comprises numerous gifts, various delicacies, sweets, memories but most of all an essence of our rich culture. Festivals in life are like spices in food. Since it is the festive season around the corner, thought to share with you some craziest festivals of the world that you might not know about.
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student
The origin of Navy day goes back to a war that India and Pakistan fought in 1971. On the night of 4th December 1971, the Indian Navy attacked Pakistani vessels in the harbour of a city called Karachi…
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