I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) won the Nobel Peace Prize award this year. The agency was lauded for its efforts to combat food insecurity around the world.
Short story – written by Vasundhara Anand, a grade 5 student
Mala Subramanian was in art class. She loved art. Every day, her art teacher would give the class homework. Today’s homework was: Draw or make a model of your paradise…
Written by Vaania Bhagat, a grade 9 student.
Fear of feedback is a condition that deprives us of being the best versions of ourselves. We live in an era bombarded with social media websites where everyone would possibly “repost” or “comment” benevolently on our work and thoughts but wouldn’t possibly mean it…
Long read. Written by Vanya Doval. A grade 8 student.
The Ayodhya dispute is a political , historical and religious debate in India over a plot of land in Ayodhya , Uttar Pradesh
Written by Saarthak Jain, a grade 9 student.
It seemed to be a normal day in Tenerife, a small island in Spain, but March 27, 1977 was anything but normal…
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