I Kid You Not
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student
When COVID 19 struck, K.K. Shailaja was one of the few people who swung into action immediately. By as early as the 24th of January, Shailaja had set up a rapid response team and a control room. She also got teams on the ground into action – looking for Corona patients…
Written by Mihir Shreshti, a grade 10 student.
The council of Europe convention, better known as the Istanbul Convention is a human rights treaty, which aims to combat violence against women and promote equality between men & women.
Writen by Mantsha, a grade 9 student.
Paryushan festival is a time for Jain people to self-analyse themselves, and do some soul searching – which means getting a deep understanding of your own emotions and actions…
Have you ever wondered how cyclones are named? And who decides the names? Watch this short video (less than a minute) to find out! At – I Kid You Not, we explain facts simply and quickly!
Poem composed by Ujjesha Singh, a grade 12 student.
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