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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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  • Yuvraj Singh’s Brit fiancee Hazel Keech’s original name was ‘Rose Dawn’
  • There are 71 million ‘single women’ in India, 44.4 mn of them in rural areas. A large number have never married.
  • Some 1,200 army officers won’t contribute a day’s salary to the PM’s relief fund as it was forced on them
  • The average human body has 30-40 moles; ‘severe’ ones have as many as 600
  • Female farmers comprise 8% of the world’s population
  • Kannada-Tamil actor Ramesh Arvind scored 98.5% in math, chemistry, and studied engineering before his filmi turn
  • One in five people scans Facebook while having sex (says a Durex survey)

Compiled by Uttam Sengupta, Alka Gupta and Ashish Bagchi

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