I Kid You Not
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
Scientists discovered that methane gas builds up in a hole in the ice, causing a mound to form at ground level, using these instruments. As the greenhouse gas concentration rises, the mound expands until it explodes, ejecting ice and other debris and leaving behind the huge crater…
Written by Tiara Jain, a grade 7 student.
Locusts are a species of grasshopper. Agriculture is disturbed when locusts swarms attack crops and it is known as locust plague.
Written by Inaaya Kaul, a grade 11 student.
Women have always been subject to baseless stereotypes and traditional gender roles, but with 2020 marking the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women…
Written by Daksh Sehgal, a grade 6 student.
On 21 June 2020, the world will witness an annual solar eclipse. The eclipse will begin at 9:15 a.m. IST and end at 3:04 p.m. IST on the same day…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
Immediately after the case of George Floyd’s brutal murder, the hashtag (#blacklivesmatter) gained rapid momentum on all social media platforms…
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