I Kid You Not
Written by team I Kid You Not, with contributions from by Ananya Chakraborti, a grade 9 student.
As the first black president of South Africa, Mandela helped his country become a multiracial democratic Rainbow Nation, “ at peace with itself and with the world.”
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
The Lebanese crisis, which started as an economic depression has now morphed into a multi-headed travelling issue for this country in Western Asia…
Written by Saina Doval, a grade 5 student.
Do you remember our awesome days in kindergarten? Playing, jumping, finger painting, and hearing stories all day long and there was no homework! Those days were the best.
Written by Avi Sriram and Atharv Sriram – grade 10 and grade 5 students respectively.
Did you know that AMUL made India the world’s largest milk producer? Read on….
Written by Daksh Sehgal, a grade 6 student.
The tension is rising on the LAC – which is the Line of Actual Control that separates the Indian and Chinese borders in the Galwan Valley.
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