I Kid You Not
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 8 student (junior editor at I Kid You Not)
HIR Studios worked for two months collecting household waste plastic and collected over 500 kilograms of materials. A lot of these materials were HDPE bottles (high-density polyethylene) like detergent and bleach bottles.
Written by Shruthi Chandrasekar, a grade 5 student
This was a test created by a professor at Stanford University (it’s one of the best universities in the world) that tested what is called – delayed gratification (where you postpone a reward to later rather than sooner).
Written by Divija Vaish, a grade 12 student.
Anand Milk Producers Union Ltd., commonly known as Amul, is the world’s eight largest milk processing company and India’s largest milk and dairy producing company. It holds a share of roughly 40%-50% in the cheese market and about 35% in the milk market…
Written by Nihal Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
Pluto, earlier considered as the ninth planet of the solar system, is now known as a dwarf planet since the year 2006 as it did not meet the International Astronomical Union’s (IAU) planetary criteria; it hasn’t cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit of other objects.
Written by Aditeya Goyal, a 13-year-old student
There have been a lot of great music composers in the past. One of the best known amongst them was the Polish composer, Frederic Chopin. His musical interest came from both his parents – his mother who was a piano teacher and his father who was a flute and violin expert…
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