I Kid You Not
PM Modi launches national automobile scrappage policy. The world commemorated Hiroshima Day on August 6th. Read by our news anchors, Ananya Chakraborti and Rohineesh Yadav
Written by Myra Aggarwal, a grade 9 student.
Veterans Day is a federal holiday in the United States, which is observed annually on November 11. It’s celebrated to honor the military veterans- people who served in the US Armed Forces…
Hear it from: Suruchi Yadav and Uthara Menon.
Quick News Snippets by our young anchors – the Indian Women’s hockey team makes history at the Olympics. The US asks its citizens to leave Afghanistan.
You may think that a Church and a Cathedral are the same, but, they are not. All cathedrals are churches, but not all churches are cathedrals.
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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