I Kid You Not
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 9 student.
In India the names of railway stations cannot be changed by the Indian Railways, even though they own the station. This is done by state governments…
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year journalism student
We bring you a series where we will break down topics that will help you understand not just the Russian-Ukrainian war, but also give you an insight into International Relations and the economic-geopolitical landscapes of the past and the present…
On the 19th of December, Gabriel Boric, a young activist-turned leader, was elected as the president of Chile. This has made him one of the youngest politicians in the world…
Created by Ashy Yadav
The bird stands for our nation ‘India’ who came out of the cage of British rule. The yellow colour in the background represents the new sunshine that India was looking for in the future. The red colour is for the sacrifices of our leaders who died for the freedom of our country.
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a first-year undergraduate student
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