I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
TRP, or Television Rating Point, is a metric used by T.V. channels to measure their popularity by keeping a record of the time for which audiences view a particular channel. TRPs are, monetarily speaking, extremely advantageous to channels as it…
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…
Written by Keshav Mohta, a grade 8 student.
The book starts with two parallel stories at two ends of the world. Wladek an illegitimate child, has to bear the atrocities of World War I while William has a relatively peaceful childhood.
Test your knowledge of similes
Written and illustrated by Akshita Sinha, a first-year college student.
“There is always a car ahead of you on the road and always a race to win.”This piece is an ode to the moments whereas individuals we have felt a pit in our stomachs because of jealousy and guilt of someone else being better than us.
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