I Kid You Not
Written by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 4 student.
Have you ever heard of Maggie Hot & Sweet Tomato Chilly Sauce? Well, ‘It’s different’, and so has been the summer of 2020….
Written by Aagastya Jaipuria, a grade 9 student.
Since 2012, The Central African Republic has been undergoing a conflict. People have been forced to flee their homes, and there’s been an acute food shortage, so much so that it has been listed as the “Hungriest country in the World.”…
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 6 student.
Apart from winning this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee, Zaila Avant-Garde also holds three different Guinness World Records, all for dribbling in basketball.
Written by Saniya Bano, a grade 9 student.
Along the lines of the successful projects – Elephant and Project Tiger, India will have two more similar conservation missions – Project Dolphin and Project Lion, as announced by Prime Minister Modi…
Written by Maninee Raj, an 18-year-old student.
Phrases like ‘boys will be boys’, and ‘real men don’t cry’ are often used in our patriarchal society, former to justify actions and giving a free pass to the male gender, latter to equating display of emotions in men as weakness…
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