I Kid You Not
Written by Simar Sangla, a grade 9 student (going to grade 10)
A huge fire has been raging in Odisha’s Similipal National Park, called the pride of Odisha, since the 27th of February.
Written by Manya Pandey, a first-year undergraduate student.
Spoonerisms are a slip of tongue where the speaker accidentally switches up a few vowels, consonants, or sounds between two words of a sentence…
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 8 student.
India has produced many great sportspersons who are very well known to us. But not many know about Indians who have succeeded at extreme sports. Now, let’s meet Aravind K P, a young biker from Karnataka who, in 2019, became the second Indian to complete the famous Dakar Rally.
Written by Yamini Bharadwaj, grade 9 student.
For most of us mathematics is almost inseparably associated with never-ending pages of homework and the thin, groaningly tick-marked and dog-eared pages of bulky textbooks…
Written by Rohina Mahadik, a grade 10 student.
April 11th, 2020 Even as I sit here writing this, I can hear the news playing on the TV blowing up with COVID-19 updates, with the rest of my family glued to the screen taking in the information with an air of urgency
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