I Kid You Not
Written by Arshiya Sangar, a grade 11 student
The volcano Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra (an island in Indonesia) erupted on August 10, sending ash and other volcanic materials flying as high as 16,400 feet into the air. This was its second eruption since 8 August.
There were, however, no fatalities according to Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Centre.
Written by Kamakshi Anand, a grade 11 student.
IIs Global Freedom a pipe dream? If it is, then what of the World Trade Organisation’s “Free Trade” initiatives? If not, how can it exist? The question still lies in a dilemma – should it exist? Why and what are we so afraid of?
Find out how many of these you know!
They make look similar, but alligators and crocodiles are not exactly the same. There are differences in their snout size, colour, shape, hunting habits, etc.
Written by Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student
On September 6th, 2017 the Pan-STARRS1 telescope located on the Island of Maui in Hawaii caught a glimpse of a mysterious space object, later named ‘Oumuamua’. It was the first interstellar object detected inside our solar system…
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