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Krithika Karthikeyan, IIK Young Reporter
Long ago, there lived a boy in a farmland named Troy. A really tragic event in his house had forced him to live away from his family. He had nothing-...
Lakshmi Nanda Madhusoodhanan, IIK Young Reporter
India and Kuwait by tradition are friendly nations, rooted in history and have stood the test of time. Geographic proximity, historical trade links, ...
Harshini Kamalakannan, IIK Young Contributor
Bursts of colours splashing through the night sky, the Kuwait towers awaken under the joy of the National day of Kuwait. The beauty of Kuwait during ...
Muhammed Rayhaan, IIK Young Reporter
John Woodens once said, “Little things make big things happen”. Big things are what amuse us all the time. They captivate us and make us feel happy a...
Mohd Yusuf Khan, IIK Young Reporter
Did you notice how many foreigners or expats inhabit Kuwait? And most of them are Indians. This is indeed amazing, how India and Kuwait have been tog...
Joann Johncen
The beginning of a new academic year is full of new surprises. New teachers, classmates & heavier books begin an unforgettable adventure and with eac...
Muhammed Rayhaan
Oh, young minds! Please don’t cry  When you are struck with the misery of sorrow  Remember on you always is an eye  To implant happiness in your b...
Malavika Krishna, IIK Young Reporter
Technology explosion is what the present generation is experiencing where almost everything is getting replaced by artificial intelligence. Gadgets h...
Malavika Krishna, IIK Young Reporter
We all know that for a building to be strong, its foundation should be strong and at the same time the building blocks should be placed and cemented ...
Lakshmi Nanda Madhusoodhanan, IIK Young Reporter
“We believe in peace and peaceful development, not only for ourselves but for people all over the world.” - Lal Bahadur Shastri India freed itself...
Breesha Tittu, IIK Young Contributor
Republic Day is a day to remember when the Constitution of India officially came into force on January 26, 1950. This historical act formally transit...
Krithika Karthikeyan, IIK Young Reporter
The day was 26 th January. The entire country was in a state of joy. Why, it was Republic Day, wasn’t it? The country ought to be. Of course, by the ...
Suparna Sunil, IIK Young Reporter
“Vandeeeeee Maaaaaaataram……Vande Maataram……. Sujalaam, Suphalam, Malayaja Sheetalaam……”, was what I heard when I got up on the 26 of January, I wa...
Ann Mariya Sabu, IIK Young Contributor
Meandering on this frabjous journey of 69 years of inception of constitution in India Painting with one color, cooking with one spice and making m...
Mohammad Yusuf Khan, IIK Young Contributor
What is Republic Day? When is it celebrated? Why is it celebrated? What is its importance to us, as the citizens of India? Republic Day is a day to ...
Muhammed Rayhaan, IIK Young Contributor
We all have desires, don’t we? They maybe in any form. As objects, people or whatsoever. But do we get what we want immediately? No, for every desire...
Mahathi.C.A, IIK Young Contributor
“Maa tujhe salam.” As the name depicts it's our tribute to our motherland. Our home country is as dear as our mother. Especially in our country India...
Ann Susan Abraham, IIK Young Contributor
India, a truly spectacular country with its kaleidoscopic variety, vibrant heritage and culture is ready to celebrate its71st Republic Day with joyo...
Sarah Parvesh, IIK Young Reporter
Every year on 26 of January Indians celebrate Republic Day. On 26 January,1950 the Indian constitution came into effect. India celebrates this occasi...
Akshith Rajesh Kumar, IIK Young Contributor
I wonder how these great soldiers could have a sip of water, But they have just one aim and water doesn’t matter. They work on land and water wit...
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Kuwait’s popular community portal for the Indian expats, IndiansinKuwait.com (IIK) introduces a unique program “IIK Young Reporter” to encourage the writing skill for the young students from the community. Any student with a passion for creative writing and a little bit of interest in journalism and community activities can be a part of this program.

Who can be a part of IIK Young Reporter?
Any Student from 6th standard to 12th standard studying in Schools here in Kuwait can be a part of this unique program.

Who is IIK Young Reporter?
IIK Young Reporter is an individual who will be gathering information and news related to the Indian community in Kuwait from a student’s perspective. He / she will take interviews of personalities, write about the societies’ events and happenings around the community and report them to IIK.

During regular intervals, IIK will organise veriosu infotainment programs for IIK Young reporters and selected Reporters will get exciting prizes from our sponsors.

The articles submitted under the ‘IIK Young Reporter’ will be first checked by our Editorial team. The articles will get published only after the approval.


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Best IIK Young Reporter of the Year

Malavika Krishna
- Year - 2016, 2017, 2018
Avanija Menon
- Year - 2015

First IIK Young Reporter

Anand Gopan
- Year - 2012