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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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  • There have been 281 visits by Union ministers to poll-bound Assam since the Narendra Modi government came to power 20 months ago
  • Google paid Apple $1 billion (approximately Rs 6,800 crore) to keep the search engine as the default setting on iPhones and iPads
  • 47 per cent of Muslims in India are below 20 years of age, the highest among all religious communities
  • Largely vegetarian, Gujarat’s meat production has increased 300 per cent in the last 10 years
  • The number 2 to the power of 74,207,281 minus one, with 22 million digits, is the largest known prime number
  • Despite a ban on alcohol, Iran consumes 60 mn litres of spirits each year
  • British Parliament called Donald Trump a wazzock, a medieval-era spade for royals to take a dump in

Compiled by Uttam Sengupta and Alka Gupta

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