I Kid You Not
Written by Rajlaxmi, a grade 7 student.
Just four months after the military coup in Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial has begun…
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The Taliban take over Afghanistan; Twitter India head Manish Maheshwari moves to the US, and single-use plastic items to be banned from July 2022. Hear it from our news anchors – Suruchi Yadav, Uthara Menon and Adweita Panigrahi.
You’ve heard them, but what do they mean?
Written by Jayeesha Taneja, a second-year journalism student.
A ‘theatre command system’ is on that brings coordination between the three armed forces – that is the army, navy, and the air force. The idea is to have one unified command that is spearheaded by a single commander in times of war…
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