I Kid You Not
Written by Manya Pandey, a first-year undergraduate student.
Cricket is more than a century-old sport, but did you know that the first-ever world cup was organised in 1973 for women’s cricket teams?
Written by Saina Doval, a grade 5 student.
Have you ever seen those disgusting, crusty, leaflike fungi which are visible on rocks, walls, and trees?
Written by Kanav Kapoor, a grade 6 student.
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, popularly referred to as ‘Swatantryaveer Savarkar’, was an Indian independence activist and politician who devised the Hindu nationalist philosophy of Hindutva…
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year journalism student.
How often do we read the perspectives of the strong, brave women in stories? How do we know what Sita, Draupadi, or Radha went through? How did these epics unfold in front of their eyes and how were they affected by it all?
Written by Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student.
October 19, 2017 was the day when researchers discovered an enigmatic cigar-shaped object screaming away from the solar system at nearly 57,000 mph (92,000 km/h)…
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