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VII Things We Learnt Last Week

VII Things We Learnt Last Week
VII Things We Learnt Last Week
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  • BJP chief Amit Shah claims he read Kautilya’s Arthashastra when he was nine years old
  • The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) earns $1 mn (approx Rs 6 crore) a day
  • The Prime Minister’s Office has a 34 mbps Net connection; lesser mortals survive on 2 mbps
  • All things being normal, it takes 27 years for a constable to get promoted to be head constable
  • A “poor, needy and deserving Parsi” is one who earns less than Rs 90,000 a month or has assets less than Rs 25 lakh
  • Tooth cavities are linked to hair disorders. Structural protein keratin is the key.
  • Peace activists in South Sudan propose a nationwide women’s no-sex strike to force the men to end the civil war
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