I Kid You Not
Written by Aditya Singh, a grade 12 student. This article is appropriate for children 14 years and older
Tomorrow, on 3rd November 2020, the second-largest democracy in the world will hold its presidential elections. In an event that is going to cost upwards of 14 billion dollars, the country of 325 million people will choose their 46th President.
Written by Saachi Singh, grade 8 student.
The Kaleidoscope is an exemplary example of how science enhances our way of living. But what is this tool? How is it used?
Two minute read. Written with primary inputs from Ranesh Mohan – a Grade 8 student.
SpaceX and NASA will carry out a very important test on Saturday as part of a Space programme that will send astronauts into space.
Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
Extinction of species is a natural process, and it has been historically recorded that most species go extinct in about 10 million years since the beginning of their existence…
Written by Shinika Dixit, a grade 5 student.
The Pope, also known as the supreme pontiff, is the bishop of Rome, Vatican City’s head of state, and the chief priest of the Catholic Church worldwide…
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