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.
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What is impeachment? The United States describes it as – “a charge of misconduct made against the holder of a public office”
Written by Aahana Garg, a grade 9 student.
Mahinda Rajapaksa was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka on Sunday, 9th August 2020. This is the fourth stint of Mahinda Rajapaksa as Prime Minister of Sri Lanka…
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
Protection of the rights of religious and ethnic minorities is the backbone of India’s secular values…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
On 18th April 2020, Canada witnessed one of its worst-ever mass shootings. The killer, Gabriel Wortman managed to take the lives of 22 innocent people and set fires at 16 various locations, in…
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