I Kid You Not
Written by Naina Singh, a grade 6 student (with inputs from Rhea Kochhar)
Water is a simple necessity of life here on earth, but what about space? Have you ever wondered, is there water in space? Astronauts have been going to space, since Yuri Gagarin went for the first time, in 1961.
Written by Dev Veer Vacher, a grade 9 student.
Declared an “unsinkable” by Phillip Franklin, President of White Star Line, Titanic’s safety features were far ahead of its time. However, the ship could not be saved from the inevitable disaster…
Written by Sanjana Nayakanti a grade 5 student
The New Seven Wonders of the World is a campaign, launched in 2000 by a Swiss foundation to choose new the Wonders of the World from a selection of about 200 most spectacular natural and man-made monuments.
30-second read. Written by Soham Saxena – a grade 5 student.
Papyrus is something like paper, only it is thicker. It was used in ancient times to write on
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student.
A shipreck has caused a big oil spill in Mauritius. Its Prime Minister, Pravind Jugnauth, has declared a state of environmental emergency.
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