I Kid You Not
Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
According to the United Nations, 150 species go extinct every day currently. Since 1500, the earth has seen a considerable increase in the rate of extinction, and nearly 711 species of vertebrates and 600 species of invertebrates have gone extinct within just a few centuries…
As we celebrated our 72nd Republic Day on Tuesday, 26th January; farmer protests took turn for the worse. The farmers who have been protesting the center’s farm laws for a while now had decided to organize a ‘tractor march’ on 26th January. They even conducted a dress rehearsal for this march on 7th January.
One minute read. Written by Avishi Mishra – a grade 9 student.
We live in the modern ages; times of technological advancement, where social media is a big part of our everyday lives.
How well do you know India?
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student
Massive wildfires have been raging on the west coast of the United States. The situation is very severe as there are more than 90 major fires that have burned in 13 of the western states.
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