I Kid You Not
Written by Mantsha, by grade 9 student.
Microplastics are very small pieces of plastic that pollute the environment. They are so small that we can’t see them with a naked eye and could have a length less than 5 millimeters (about the size of small cumin – jeera – seed).
Written by Aarav Singh, a grade 5 student.
So now we have a new rival known as the credit card. Are you kidding me?! Don’t we already have the notes? How much more?!
Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
The UNSC is considered to be one of the most powerful bodies of the UN for multiple reasons…
Written by Nikita Tiwari, a 19-year old student.
Often referred to as ‘heaven on earth’, Kashmir has a dramatic history, to say the least. It has been the birthplace of many historical legends, wars, disputes and treaties that can be classified into different timelines….
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student
In December, a Maharashtra’s village teacher won the Global Teacher Award and received $1 million as part of the prize.
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