I Kid You Not
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
The galaxy is full of great stars, planets, and many more celestial bodies. Each of these is very far away from each other. That’s a bit obvious, otherwise the universe would end up being a very crowded parking lot.
Written by Jaivir Dhingra, a grade 5 student.
Earth’s outer layer called the lithosphere has huge rocky plates that are placed together like a jigsaw puzzle…
Written by Amrita Prakash, a grade 7 student.
This year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine has been announced. It has been given to three scientists for their contribution in the discovery of a virus called Hepatitis C.
Written by Vanya Doval – a grade 9 student.
In the wake of the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, you may feel that the only way out is to prepare for the future and not dwell on the past.
Written by Kushaan Agarwal, a grade 9 student.
Firstly, this sea is actually a lake. Yup, the Dead Sea is a lake because it is not extremely large and is infact a small water body which is surrounded by land which can be viewed from all other sides…
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