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The Indian Teenage spy

                                                                                                                   - Anvi Patil(Xth A Abhinav Vidyalay) Art editor- Arya Palav Fact checker-Anvi Patil You must be wondering who the young Teenage Spy is, she is actually a teenage girl ,16-year-old Saraswathi Rajamani, who smuggled secrets for the Indian National Army’s intelligence wing. Saraswati Rajamani was born in Burma in 1927 ,in a family of freedom fighters Rajamani grew up in a liberal household where there were no restrictions for the girls. She was 10, when she met Mahatma Gandhi, who was visiting their home in Rangoon (present day Yangon, the capital of Burma). Gandhiji was shocked to see a 10 year's old child holding a gun,practicing shooting skills. Gandhi ji asked Rajamani why she needed a gun. She answered “To shoot down the Britishers, of course,”  “Violence is not the answer, little girl. We a

Dark Matter

  ~Anvi Patil(X th A Abhinav Vidyalay) In the universe, there is about 25% of dark matter and 70% of dark energy but only 5% of it is visible. What is Dark Matter? It is a non-luminous material, which holds two galaxies. This cannot be called a black hole because it does not bend light. Then the question arrives, as it is non-luminous, how did we detect it? As it is not visible, scientists have found indirect methods to find more about it. One such method is by using the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope . Gamma rays are released when two particles of dark matter collide, Fermi telescope can be used to detect this collision. This topic was discovered by Fritz Zwicky in the 1930s, he discovered that galaxies were rotating at a faster rate than usual. A dark region seen in the foreground of a star field. This dark region could be a dark cloud of gases like hydrogen, left over from the formation of our galaxy Dark matter is called ‘dark’ not because it is ‘black’ but because it does not

The World T20 Cricket

The World T20 Cricket -Written by- Harsh M (Xth A, Abhinav Vidyalaya) Edited by Harsh M, Soham P Fact checked by Navneet Iyer The origin of the T20 was from an idea given by Stuart Robertson a member of the English Cricket Board (ECB). Before that, there were only tests and fifty over format cricket matches which made the audience bored of it. The English cricket board were having a shortage of sponsorships so that's why T20 cricket was helpful in boosting the popularity of the sport and sponsorships too. It was first played in an English county. Now I am going to tell you about the first official T20 cricket match that took place. The first official T20 match was played on 13 June 2003 between the English counties which was a successful start to T20 matches in cricket. This success led to the start of T20 internationals which was a friendly exhibition match. The match was between Australia and New Zealand on 17 Feb 2005. This match was won by Australia. After two years ICC(Inte

Why Everyone is Talking About 5G?

    Why Everyone is Talking About 5G? ~Adhish Nambiar, X th , Abhinav Vidyalay Nowadays everyone is very curious as well as excited about the 5G network in India, as it is yet to launch. In this article, you will get to know everything about the 5G network. What is 5G? 5G is the next generation (5th generation) of the network after 4G. 5G not only helps to connect us to the internet, but it will also help to virtually connect many other things, like machines. 5G will offer up to 100 times faster and smoother connectivity than the previous generations’ networks. It will have faster connectivity, ultra-low   latency , and a very large amount of bandwidth. This technology can open the gateway to all the futuristic things that we used to think about, like controlling vehicles remotely, cloud gaming on mobiles, etc. How is 5G unique? Now everyone is thinking about how 5G is unique or different from all the previous generation networks. 4G provides high data speed, but it has a higher latenc

Let's Run With Our "Strings Attached"!

  Let's Run With Our "Strings Attached"! ~ By Navneet Iyer (Std X , Abhinav Vidyalay) If you are into fitness and love to exercise, then you will have a workout playlist full of high beat songs which help you get in the zone. I bet you that not one of those songs in your playlist will be of the Carnatic genre. Violinist Kumaresh R and veena artist Jayanthi Kumaresh are here to change that with their new album, Run with SA (Strings Attached).  Carnatic music is a genre of music that is usually made up of slow beats and is soft to our ears. It is not suitable for listening when we do intense exercises or running. But Kumaresh R and Jayanthi Kumaresh are here to change that with their newly released 5-track album of Carnatic songs which are just perfect for our workouts. They have mixed Carnatic ragas with modern electronic beats to create songs for fitness buffs who love Carnatic music.   They had this idea struck their wonderful minds while walking in a garden when they sa