I Kid You Not
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student
Impeachment is when a president (or any other high government official, like a judge) is charged with crimes.
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.
Composed by Shruthi Chandrasekar, a grade 5 student
Little monsters, here and there,
They’re floating around, everywhere!
Written and illustrated by Tanush Sahasrabuddhe, grade 3 student.
Let’s start a new voyage to 2021!! Let there be laughter again, let there be social gatherings again, let us hit the resume button on our social lives…
Written by Nikita Tiwari, a 19-year-old student
India opens its arms to a new world of environmental preservation by planning to under-go a construction of the first-ever “animal bridge” as an over-pass on the Delhi – Mumbai Expressway which is similar to the safe passage for wildlife in the Netherlands called ‘animal bridges’.
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