I Kid You Not
Two-minute read. Written by a grade 5 student.
What is impeachment? The United States describes it as – “a charge of misconduct made against the holder of a public office”
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student
When COVID 19 struck, K.K. Shailaja was one of the few people who swung into action immediately. By as early as the 24th of January, Shailaja had set up a rapid response team and a control room. She also got teams on the ground into action – looking for Corona patients…
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student
Massive wildfires have been raging on the west coast of the United States. The situation is very severe as there are more than 90 major fires that have burned in 13 of the western states.
Written by Aagastya Jaipuria, a grade 9 student.
History describes Crimea as a region that went through a lot of instability. Be it during the Russian revolution of 1917, or the Second World War Crimea was the center of bloodshed suffering from political and military instability….
Written by Sugandh Kakkar
Since midnight between Thursday and Friday i.e., 30th June and 1st July, Israel has had a new prime minister. Yair Lapid became the 14th Prime Minister of Isreal…
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