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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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  • Monica Belucci appears for less than 10 minutes in the James Bond flick, Spectre, which plays at 150 minutes
  • Rahul Gandhi travelled to Burma, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam during his mysterious 56-day hiatus
  • Narendra Modi spoke from a heated podium built by Vascroft Contractors, a firm run by Shashi Vekaria and his son Mitesh, during his Wembley address
  • 118 years: Time it’ll take for man-woman pay gap to close
  • Mahatma Gandhi also set up a football club whose name was ‘Passive Resistors’
  • Saeed Jaffrey impersonated all 26 characters in a radio rendition of a Sri Lankan short story for BBC
  • A typical American PC user spends 228 seconds on each visit to a news website

Compiled by Uttam Sengupta and Alka Gupta

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