I Kid You Not
Written by Adweita Panigrahi, a grade 2 student.
This year a rare event is happening in the USA. Billions of cicadas are coming out from under the ground this summer. Named Brood X, these cicadas were born in 2004. They have waited for 17 years to step out into the sunshine.
Written by Madhav Bahl, Grade 9 student.
A mega river linking project has been withdrawn by the central government. It’s called the Par-Tapi- Narmada Linking Project that spans (covers) districts in Maharashtra and Gujarat…
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student and Brand Ambassador at
I Kid You Not (this piece got the second prize in the Independence Day Writing Contest)
The history of India’s scuffle towards freedom would be unfinished without telling the story of the countless women who made it possible…
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (the junior editor I Kid You Not).
The waste pickers in the informal sector have long worked on the frontlines of perseverance and tenacity to keep cities and villages free from waste and litter.
Written by Yamini Bharadwaj, grade 9 student.
The solar eclipse this 21st of June 2020 revived innumerable superstitions, myths, and tales of Indian culture, but the interpretation of eclipses are present and varied in all mythologies…
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