I Kid You Not
Written by Parnika Gupta, a grade 11 student.
When I mention the word Feminism to a group of boys, I’m usually shot down with two stock salvos. The first is an immediate response that goes…
Written by Navya Singh, a grade 7 student.
New Zealand entrepreneurs are working with American producers (of some famous Hollywood characters) to develop mechanical dolphins that look almost exactly like the real ones…
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 Saina Doval, a grade 5 student.
Have you ever seen or heard about a Rube Goldberg machine? You probably have but you just don’t know…
Written by Ria Singh, a grade 6 student.
A place called Furnace Creek, which is a little village in Death Valley in California (a state in the US) has recorded the highest global temperature in more than 100 years…
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