I Kid You Not
Written by Priya Kujur, a grade 11 student
Arati Saha was the first Indian-Asian woman to swim across the English Channel. She set this record on the 29th of September 1959, swimming 42 miles from Cape Greece Nez, France to Sandgate, England.
Written by Madhav Bahl, a grade 8 student.
These are actually radio waves that release bursts of energy (more in a few thousandths of a second than the sun releases in nearly a century – imagine that!?
News read out by Saanchi Biyani, a grade 5 student.
Hear what happened when a fire broke out in Cape Town, South Africa
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year journalism student
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the activity of changing the clocks one hour forward from standard time during the summer and backward in the fall to make greater use of daylight.
Written by Serene Joshua, contributing writer
ChatGPT can answer any question you ask, no matter what the topic. Here’s all you need to know
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