I Kid You Not
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student.
As we all know, these challenging times are forcing each of us to master the art of spending time with oneself while having fun as well. What better way than to read some novels and watch a movie or two?
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student.
Last year there were wildfires in Australia and also in the Amazon rainforest. Now there have been wildfires in Russia. An area bigger than the size of the country Greece has been burned till now…
One minute read. Written by Asara Sawhney. A grade 6 student.
The United States will vote for a president in November this year.
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 Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student.
Imagine performing over 415 quadrillion computations per second! It’s a feat no ordinary computer could achieve and that’s what makes Fugaku, the world’s fastest supercomputer so special…
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