I Kid You Not
Written by Gargi Sahasrabuddhe a grade 7th student
Most ancient Egyptian statues have noses that are broken, or faces that have been destroyed. It was thought that the statues had been damaged by falling or natural wear and tear over the millennium.
Written by Anaisa Arora, a grade 8 student.
Carle was born in New York in 1929, but grew up in Nazi Germany, which had a profound effect on his family and, later, his work.
Written by Anu, a graduate student
In simple terms, we can say it is a financial presentation for the upcoming projects the government is planning for the citizens. The government presents it on the first day of February and all things proposed in the budget are to be finalized before the beginning of the new financial year in April….
You may not be able to travel right now, but do you know these airports?
Written by Saarthak Jain, a grade 9 student.
Before I start my essay I would like to start by explaining what fast-fashion is – it is the production of cheap clothes rapidly by mass market retailers according to latest fashion trends…
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