I Kid You Not
Written by Priya Kujur, a grade 11 student
Arati Saha was the first Indian-Asian woman to swim across the English Channel. She set this record on the 29th of September 1959, swimming 42 miles from Cape Greece Nez, France to Sandgate, England.
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student.
He was a United States Air force officer – an ace test pilot who broke the sound barrier in 1947. This was none other than the great pilot Chuck Yeager…
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not). The coronavirus had stopped all international…
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student and Brand Ambassador at I Kid You Not
The term “fossil fuel” is heard quite often in our everyday lives, but what does it actually mean? Let us find out. Fossil fuels are naturally occurring compounds formed by the remains of deceased plants and animals. They are also known as mineral fuels…
Written by Keshav Mohta, a grade 8 student.
The South China Sea (a marginal sea that is part of the Pacific Ocean) has been a disputed area for very long…
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