I Kid You Not
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Social media and regular media are two factors that help us keep up with the world around us.
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
In response to the brutal Galwan Valley attack by China, many have now resorted to banning Chinese products. On a larger level, the Indian government has been questioning and thinking about its trade with the country as well…
Written by Divyanhshi Singhal, a grade 7 student
As we all know, COVID 19 has impacted all spheres of human life. The pandemic has particularly affected the world’s poor, who have found it more difficult to live…
Written by Parth Jain, a grade 10 student.
Recently, fashion brands like Sweden-based H&M and sports brand Nike have been boycotted in China. Here’s why
International pop star Rihanna wrote a tweet (Twitter, a social media platform). Talking about a news story about the internet obstruction at the protest sites in India, she said – ‘Why aren’t we talking about this?
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