I Kid You Not
Written by Daksh Sehgal, a grade 6 student.
Archaeologists in Mexico City have discovered bones of 60 mammoths at a construction site that was once a lake. Mammoths were large creatures with…
Written by Samaira Aima, a grade 11 student.
Since 2018, India has generated over two million tonnes of E-waste per year and also imports massive volumes of E-waste from other countries…
Written by Jiya Rajput, a grade 10 student of Sumermal Jain Public School.
Everyone in society faces inequality, be it men, women, or transgenders. However, not everyone faces it in the same way – some situations are worse than others, and some face more than one type of discrimination…
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 8 student.
Once, an empress called Hsi Ling Shih was drinking tea under a mulberry tree when a cocoon fell into her cup. The long fibres of the cocoon began to unravel in hot water…
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