I Kid You Not
Written by Naina Singh a grade 7 student.
Every year on first April, we celebrate April fool’s day. We often play pranks on this day, but do you know the history behind it? The exact origin of April fool’s day remains unknown, but there are some stories and events in different cultures that we think might be the reason for this day.
30 second read. Written by a grade 3 student.
The MCCs (Model Code of Conduct) are the set of rules that are to be followed by the political parties or individuals who are contesting
One minute read. The Indian government, through a gene mapping project is going to study the genes of Indians. This…
Written by Madhav Bahl, grade 8 student
Arecibo observatory was an observatory in the town of Barrio Esperanza, Arecibo in Puerto Rico ( a group of islands near the United States). It is owned by the US National Science Foundation- UNSF..
Written by Inaaya Kaul, a grade 11 student.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) held its first session in London in 1946 when the world was left in pieces after World War II and the UN had been recently formed to replace the failed mission of The League of Nations…
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