I Kid You Not
First things first – we celebrate Republic Day to mark the day when the Constitution of India came into effect. As you know the British ruled India for more than 200 years. India finally became independent after a long freedom struggle…
Written by Aindrila Jana, a third-year undergraduate student
Is the brain a muscle? Find out…
Written by Sairaya Chopra, a grade 12 student.
People want to live where they have clean air, fresh water, and the fewest risks – so why do we still live in megacities and geographically hazardous areas?
Written by Priyanshi, grade 11 student
Yoshihide Suga, is the newly elected Prime Minister of Japan. He replaced Mr. Shinzo Abe as Mr. Abe decided to step down from his post owing to ill health on the 28th of August, 2020. Mr.Suga aims at continuing and achieving the goals and works of Mr.Abe…
Written by Atharv Balaji, a grade 5 student.
The Parker solar probe is the first-of-its-kind probe sent by NASA to study the Sun up close. It was launched on 12 August 2018. It will become the closest encounter man has ever had with the Sun!
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