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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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2016-03-11T22:02:49+05:30
  • Shahrukh Khan got a taste of his first lobster thermidor from the Mala­yalam actor Mohanlal
  • 2000 Goans gave up their Indian citizenship and obtained Portuguese passports last year
  • West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee chants Sanskrit shlokas when she work­s out on the tread­mill every day
  • Sri Sri Ravi Shankar of the Art of Living also owns a TV channel called ‘Anandam TV’
  • Swedish giant Ericsson has been manufacturing in India since 1903, and 33 per cent of it all is in and around Pune
  • A human body can be cremated in two hours using dried cow dung cakes instead of 200 kg of wood over 12 hours
  • There were 4,40,000 tweets a minute when Leonardo DiCaprio won the Oscar for best actor

Compiled by Uttam Sengupta and Alka Gupta

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