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Suparna Sunil

My name is Suparna Sunil and I was born on the 6th of November, 2006 to my dear parents, Mr Sunil A.K and Dr Aparna Sham. I hail from Bangalore, the garden city of India. I am a student of seventh grade in Indian Educational School. Nature and animals are my first love. My hobbies are painting, reading, writing, swimming and participating in various competitions. I perform well academically. I have secured the second position in the Ignite science writing competition. I am a national level swimmer and selected to represent my school in CBSE National Swimming Meets. I love art and practice acrylic painting on canvas. I love to read books written by Ruskin Bond and Rudyard Kipling. I love writing just as much as anything.


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IIK Young Reporter

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. Student from 6th standard to 12th standard studying in Schools here in Kuwait can be a part of this unique program. Click Here to register.


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