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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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  • Amit Shah has not been eating paan since he became BJP president
  • 20 towers of the size of Empire State building could have been built in the time mankind has spent watching Psy’s “Gangnam style” on YouTube (2.5 billion times)
  • Residents of Calcutta consume about 1,00,000 kg of meat every day
  • Passengers of Malaysian Airlines MH17, which was downed by a Russian missile, were alive for 90 seconds as the plane hurtled earthward
  • Arnold Schwarzeneggar, 68, will be paid Rs 100 crore to play the android nemesis of Rajnikanth, 64, in Shankar’s ‘Robot 2’
  • Bridge, a card game, is not a sport
  • Madonna is the only woman with 250 million-plus record sales

Compiled by Uttam sengupta and Alka Gupta

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