I Kid You Not
Eid al Adha and Eid al Fitr are the two main holidays in Islam, but even though they are both called ‘Eid’, there’s a big difference between them – in how and why they are celebrated.
It’s a question everyone has been thinking about. They don’t really disappear magically and are good at lying low (or hiding). But, eventually, they do go away or take other forms (which we call mutated versions).
Let’s look at the Spanish Flu of 1918, which caused a worldwide pandemic and caused a lot of deaths.
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
Jane Goodall is a famous scientist, environmentalist, and humanitarian whose revolutionary findings altered our knowledge of human nature. Even though a lot of us don’t know who she is, we need to…
Written by Nihal Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
Pluto, earlier considered as the ninth planet of the solar system, is now known as a dwarf planet since the year 2006 as it did not meet the International Astronomical Union’s (IAU) planetary criteria; it hasn’t cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit of other objects.
Written by Prarthana Sheopuri. Managing Editor, I Kid You Not.
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