I Kid You Not
Written by Nikita Tiwari, a 19-year old student.
Often referred to as ‘heaven on earth’, Kashmir has a dramatic history, to say the least. It has been the birthplace of many historical legends, wars, disputes and treaties that can be classified into different timelines….
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student.
Our planet is fast reaching the maximum amount of population that it can hold. Many scientists think Earth has a maximum carrying capacity of 9 billion to 10 billion people. Actually, it is around 7 billion to 8.5 billion. Well, how do you calculate the seven billion?
Let’s see how many you get right 🙂
Watch our news anchor Anaisa Arora, a grade 8 student, tell you about the renaming of Jim Corbett National Park
Written by Atharv Balaji, a grade 5 student.
Scientists have recently discovered that The Thwaites Glacier, or Doomsday Glacier, is melting more rapidly than ever before, prompting global concerns over its potential to raise sea levels.
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