I Kid You Not
One minute read. Written by Aria Saxena, a grade 8 student.
Every year on January 13th we celebrate the festival of Lohri. We light a bonfire, sing songs and offer prasad to the fire
Written by a grade 6 student, Sanjana Nayakanti.
Accidental discoveries can be so funny when we think about them later. Here’s a story about an incident – two scientists and, the happy accident of the invention of sticky notes.
30 second read. Written by a grade 4 student.
A poverty line is a mark, which differentiates between people who are poor, and people who cannot get their basic day to day needs like water and food
Written by Nihal Singh Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
It’s the finest icon of London and one of the most famous clocks in the world. The Big Ben, officially known as Great Bell, is…
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Irrfan Khan, left us on the 29th of April. He was a very accomplished actor, having been part of innumerable films, myriad television serials, advertisements…
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