I Kid You Not
Written by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 4 student.
The 74th Independence Day. It has been a long journey, since 1947. India has come quite far, and, it is all thanks to the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters…
Written by Kushagra Nanda, a grade 10 student.
In Australia about 100,000 aboriginal children were taken away from their parents…
Written by Aanya Krishna – a grade 6 student.
Stonehenge is one of the world’s most famous monuments. It lies in Wiltshire, England, two miles west of Amesbury…
One minute read. Written by a grade 8 student.
On the 8th of February Delhi will vote in the Legislative Assembly Elections. It’s going to be a tough battle between the Aam Admi party (AAP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress Party.
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student.
Protests have been going on in Belarus (a country in Eastern Europe) for a while now. The main issue is that people are angry about the election results, which they say have been rigged (cheated) by Alexander Lukashenko (a dictator who led the country for 26 years). He supposedly won 80% of the votes.
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