I Kid You Not
Written by Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student.
Since 2011, post the canning of the space shuttle program, NASA has had to rely on Russian made Soyuz capsules launching from Kazakhstan to take astronauts into space….
Written by Tanishq Agarwal, a grade 12 student.
As a biomedical engineer, you are both a doctor and engineer at the same time, and your job is to use your principles of engineering and design and apply them to medicine, to develop technologies for human welfare…
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
Please note – the contents of this article may be disturbing for a younger audience. Meant for ages 15 and above…
One minute read. Written by Keshav Mohta, a grade 8 student.
Pulitzer Prize winner, Carl Sandburg once said, “Nothing happens unless first we dream.”
Written by Samaira Aima, a grade 11 student.
Here’s an ambitious suggestion. Companies and institutions might get along better if they stopped ranting about how different men and women are…
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