I Kid You Not
Written by Sanjana Nayakanti a grade 5 student (originally written in April 2021)
The new wonders fascinate the old and the young. Let’s have a look at some lesser-known facts about these monuments.
Written by Samarjai Mitra, a grade 5 student.
Around the end of the nineteenth century, the first few comics began appearing in the United States of America. It was around this time that two powerful newspaper publishers, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst, were competing with each other to see who could get more readers and money for their newspapers…
Composed by Lavanya Chopra when she was a grade 2 student (she’s in grade 4 now)
One-minute read. Written by Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student.
For most residents of a small town in Ukraine known as Pripyat, Saturday, 26 April 1986 seemed a relatively unremarkable day.
Written by Atharv Balaji, a grade 5 student.
26th April 2021 was the 35th anniversary of the worst man-made calamity, the Chernobyl disaster.
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