I Kid You Not
Written by Vaania Bhagat, a grade 9 student.
Fear of feedback is a condition that deprives us of being the best versions of ourselves. We live in an era bombarded with social media websites where everyone would possibly “repost” or “comment” benevolently on our work and thoughts but wouldn’t possibly mean it…
Written by Kushaan Agarwal, a grade 9 student.
This day came into existence in 1908 and was introduced by Anna Jarvis when she held a memorial for her mother at…
Written by Saina Doval, a grade 5 student.
Do you remember our awesome days in kindergarten? Playing, jumping, finger painting, and hearing stories all day long and there was no homework! Those days were the best.
Written by Pranavi Khaitan , a grade 12 student and senior editor at I Kid You Not.
For centuries, cities and people have shared a relationship of interdependence where the people build and shape the city and in turn the city shapes the people…
It’s been 76 years since Jews were freed from the Auschwitz concentration camp was – here’s a quick summary to tell you what it was
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