I Kid You Not
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 6 student.
Recently, Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States of America, began his first overseas trip, to Europe. This is a unique moment for the USA…
Written by Nanki Vacher, a grade 6 student.
Born on the 21st October 1949 Benjamin Netanyahu is an Israeli politician and diplomat, who has served twice as his country’s Prime Minister
Written by Naman Sonpar, a grade 7 student.
Have you ever noticed that if you leave an ice cube out on the kitchen counter and come back to check on it in a while, you find a puddle?
NASA has sent a rover to Mars. Here’s all you need to know about it.
It’s named Perseverance – a word that means – “continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition”. And it’s been named aptly – because the rover needed to persevere in order to reach Mars!
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
According to the United Nations, Madagascar (a country in East Africa) is on the verge of facing the world’s first “climate change famine,” with tens of thousands of people already suffering “catastrophic” levels of hunger and food insecurity following four years without rain…
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