I Kid You Not
Written by Rohina Mahadik, a grade 10 student.
The way we, as humans, collectively view the world continuously changes with time. Understanding how the world works can be a very complex issue and is a topic that has been discussed and debated over by philosophers, thinkers, and politicians since times immemorial…
Written by Aditeya Goyal, a 13-year-old student
There have been a lot of great music composers in the past. One of the best known amongst them was the Polish composer, Frederic Chopin. His musical interest came from both his parents – his mother who was a piano teacher and his father who was a flute and violin expert…
Written by Atharv Balaji, a grade 5 student.
On 10th April 2019, scientists at the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration – which is an international collaboration that captures images of black holes using a virtual telescope -released the first-ever picture of a black hole.
Written by Kamakshi Anand, a grade 11 student.
“The land of the free and the home of the brave” is burning, yet again and this time, the world rages with it…
Written by Vanya Nanda, a grade 8 student.
There are 3.45 million confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the world. India has about 46,711 people suffering from it and till now about 1500 deaths have occurred
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