I Kid You Not
Written by Simar Sangla, a grade 10 student
A fire in the Rohingya refugee camp in Southern Bangladesh has destroyed the camps, killed at least 15, and displaced tens of thousands with 400 people missing….
Written by Jayeesha Taneja, a second-year journalism student .
Kazakhstan is a small country located mainly in Central Asia – it borders Russia on one side and China on the other…
Written by Avi Sriram and Atharv Sriram – grade 10 and grade 5 students respectively.
Did you know that AMUL made India the world’s largest milk producer? Read on….
The Indian government has awarded, what’s called a Geographical Indication (GI) tag to Bihar’s Mithila Makhana (fox nuts). Mithila is a region in the state of Bihar.
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
Recently, scientists at the Royal Horticultural Society (A leading gardening charity in the UK) identified cotoneaster, a thick and bushy shrub as a ‘super plant’ that absorbs roadside pollution….
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