I Kid You Not
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
The story of the continent’s most populated slum transforming from a coronavirus hotspot to a potential success story doesn’t just show the fantastic management by the State government officials, but also gives citizens hope for being able to get through this deadly pandemic.
3 minute read. Written by Yamini Bharadwaj, grade 9 student.
Throughout history there have been innumerable movements and developments in art.
Written by Divija Vaish, a grade 11 student
Anju Bobby George, the only Indian to have won a medal at a World athletics meet, revealed in a shocking tweet that she competed throughout her career with a single kidney…
Hear this quick news from Anaisa Arora, our senior reporter.
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 12 student.
Raman Pratasevich is a Belarusian blogger and journalist who also claims to be the “first journalist-terrorist in history.” He was recently arrested under several charges, after his flight was forcefully landed in Minsk instead of Lithuania…
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