I Kid You Not
Written by Pranavi Khaitan, a grade 12 student.
Today, the journalism industry faces many challenges, whether it be expanding from print to a more digital presence or problems related to a free press. Wanting to learn more about the profession, I interviewed 5 journalists from publications like Asian Age, New York Times, The Morning Context, Thompson Reuters, and The Indian Express. Here are a few of the key takeaways…
Written by Adweita Panigrahi, a grade 2 student.
Noorjhan mango is cultivated in a small region of Alirajpur in Madhya Pradesh. It grows to a massive size of 2 kgs to 3.5 kgs- the size of a watermelon, or a jackfruit! The local cultivators believe that this mango came from Afghanistan. But there’s no proof of that…
Written by a grade 6 student, Sanjana Nayakanti
Montgolfier brothers, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne discovered it in 1783. When Joseph was holding a shirt above hot air, it started to float. This got them thinking and with some more experimenting, they discovered about the hot air balloons.
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
Protection of the rights of religious and ethnic minorities is the backbone of India’s secular values…
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?
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