I Kid You Not
People in Hong Kong are protesting – but what for? Is it for democracy, or rights? Do you know if Hong Kong a part of China? Or who rules there?
Written and illustrated by Avyashi Agarwal, a grade 5 student
How do you create Fluid Art? here’s a great guide
Written by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 5 student.
The current England queen, Queen Elizabeth the second’s birthday is on the 21st of April. Usually, it is moderately cold in England on the 21st of April,
The Nobel Prize is named after a person called Alfred Nobel – who was a rich Swedish businessman, chemist, engineer, inventor, and also a philanthropist, who was best known for inventing a high explosive called dynamite
In-depth read. Written by Vanya Doval – a grade 8 student.
The Citizenship(Amendment) Bill, 2019, popularly known as CAB is a bill amending the Citizenship Act of 1955 to make illegal immigrants from six minority communities
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