I Kid You Not
Written by Anahita Jain, a grade 8 student.
Mahmoud Bishara comes home from a walk, pondering whether staying invisible is the best solution in these troubling times. He soon resolves it by agreeing that staying invisible will help him avoid trouble of any sort…
Written by Aagastya Jaipuria, a grade 9 student.
History describes Crimea as a region that went through a lot of instability. Be it during the Russian revolution of 1917, or the Second World War Crimea was the center of bloodshed suffering from political and military instability….
Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
Navaratri is a festival that is celebrated in numerous ways in different cultures across India. Golu is one such way of celebrating this festival among numerous communities, predominantly in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Kerala…
Written by Pranavi Khaitan, a grade 12 student and senior editor at
I Kid You Not.
On 27th June 2019 The United Kingdom passed legislation that set up the country to face a daunting task; to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050…
Written by Kushagra Nanda, a grade 10 student.
In Australia about 100,000 aboriginal children were taken away from their parents…
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