I Kid You Not
For ages 15 onwards
Written by Aditya Singh, a grade 12 student.
The public interactive art piece acting as a mirror for human understanding over the transience of life.
Written by Nihal Singh Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
It’s the finest icon of London and one of the most famous clocks in the world. The Big Ben, officially known as Great Bell, is…
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student.
Every century, the Earth has experienced major epidemics and has seen death in a new form
Written by Simar Sangla, a grade 10 student
A fire in the Rohingya refugee camp in Southern Bangladesh has destroyed the camps, killed at least 15, and displaced tens of thousands with 400 people missing….
One minute read. Written by a grade 8 student.
On the 8th of February Delhi will vote in the Legislative Assembly Elections. It’s going to be a tough battle between the Aam Admi party (AAP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress Party.
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