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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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  • Tamilian sambar a Maratha creation? Legend goes the dish, discovered by accident, was named after Shivaji’s son, Sambhaji.
  • Three years after being discovered, robot man and fisherman’s son, Dipak Dhibar, 21, is a robot instructor at NML, Jamshedpur.
  • Subrata Sahara Roy’s AC office- cum-room in Tihar jail has WiFi, five landlines, four PCs, three laptops, an LED TV.....
  • World’s oldest message in the bottle finally washes up on land—after 108 years.
  • UAE’s skewed men to women ratio: 274 men for 100 women
  • Aussie national science agency CSIRO says pears can prevent hangovers before they start.
  • An Octopus brain holds just a third of its neurons; the balance are in its arms, which are sort of ‘independent’.
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