I Kid You Not
NASA has sent a rover to Mars. Here’s all you need to know about it.
It’s named Perseverance – a word that means – “continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition”. And it’s been named aptly – because the rover needed to persevere in order to reach Mars!
Written by Amrita Prakash, a grade 7 student.
This year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine has been announced. It has been given to three scientists for their contribution in the discovery of a virus called Hepatitis C.
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student.
2020. Year of the rat. Normally, if a rat gets into our home, we whack it with a broom to make it run away.
It’s a question everyone has been thinking about. They don’t really disappear magically and are good at lying low (or hiding). But, eventually, they do go away or take other forms (which we call mutated versions).
Let’s look at the Spanish Flu of 1918, which caused a worldwide pandemic and caused a lot of deaths.
Written by Pranavi Khaitan, a grade 12 student
In Hathras, a 19-year-old Dalit woman was assaulted and allegedly raped by 4 upper caste men on September 24th. She was transferred to Aligarh Muslim Hospital where she made her statement to the police on September 22nd before passing away on September 29th
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