I Kid You Not
Written by Naina Singh, a grade 6 student.
How is Dussehra celebrated in different parts of India?
Written by Gargi Sahasrabuddhe a grade 7th student
Most ancient Egyptian statues have noses that are broken, or faces that have been destroyed. It was thought that the statues had been damaged by falling or natural wear and tear over the millennium.
Written by Shreya Panda, a grade 11 student.
Protection of the rights of religious and ethnic minorities is the backbone of India’s secular values…
Written by Amrita Prakash, a grade 7 student.
A massive explosion occurred in Beruit, the capital of Lebanon on Tuesday.
It is said to have killed about 100 people, with 4,000 injured. So great was the impact that the vibrations of the blast were felt in Cyprus, which is about 240 km away from Beruit.
Written by Simonee Kishore, a grade 9 student.
Lady Midnight. How do I explain, this world of ashes and shadows? A world of hunters keeping us safe from the unknown dangers of the world. Well, I have to try, and it should not be that hard, for Cassandra’s writing can draw a picture in anyone’s mind…
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