I Kid You Not
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student
It was the year 2090, and the world had changed a lot in this century. There was no government, nor was there any light or water. People just kept on fighting. An incarnation or a god sent was the only solution to these never-ending fights.
Written by Siddhartha Pradhan, a grade 9 student.
King MahaVajiralongkorn, the King of Thailand, officially succeeded his father to the throne in October of 2016, and was coronated in May of 2019.
Written by Jahnavi Rathore, a grade 11 student.
Currently, the most talked-about topic in the world is the ferocious explosion that took place on the afternoon of 4th August at the port of the city of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. The catastrophic explosion has so far killed at least 200 people and injured around 4,000 with an unknown number of people still trapped underneath the rubbles.
Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
According to the United Nations, 150 species go extinct every day currently. Since 1500, the earth has seen a considerable increase in the rate of extinction, and nearly 711 species of vertebrates and 600 species of invertebrates have gone extinct within just a few centuries…
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