I Kid You Not
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
Throughout our teenage years, we are faced with numerous decisions. Decisions which at the time seem like the end of the world and as someone who has made them, even though I’m still not sure if they were the right ones, if there is one thing I’m certain of, it is that…
Written by Priya Kujur, a grade 11 student
Arati Saha was the first Indian-Asian woman to swim across the English Channel. She set this record on the 29th of September 1959, swimming 42 miles from Cape Greece Nez, France to Sandgate, England.
Written by DivijaVaish, a grade 12 student.
The highlight of Milkha’s career, what he is most prominently known for, is his fourth place finish at the 1960 Rome Olympics, where his time of 45.73 seconds was the Indian national record for almost four decades…
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.
One minute read. Written by a grade 7 student.
Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish festival – also called the Jewish Festival of Lights. It is typically celebrated in late fall or early winter.
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