I Kid You Not
Written by Jayeesha Taneja, a second-year journalism student.
India is the world’s fifth-largest market for automobiles which also surprisingly has the lowest automobile capital consumption…
Short story – written by Vasundhara Anand, a grade 5 student
Mala Subramanian was in art class. She loved art. Every day, her art teacher would give the class homework. Today’s homework was: Draw or make a model of your paradise…
Written by Raghav Mathur, a grade 10 student.
We all, when armed with the right information, can become fabulous at policing our family to check that lights are switched off, or that we’re up to scratch with the recycling…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
The motto of the 21st Rashtriya Rifles, a reputed regiment of the Indian army, ‘Dhridta aur veerta’, translates to ‘Tenacity and Valour’ verbatim…
Written by Rehmat Kaur,a grade 9 student.
Jair Bolsonaro has brushed aside the gravity of the pandemic and has encouraged citizens to continue their lives as normal.
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