For the last 24 hours I am not well little, feel feverish and struck my cold. Taking medicine will be ok in 2 days.
Me: It is Chikungunya?
Dad: what is the relation between cold and mosquito.
Me: I have a boubt
Dad: you are a genius, don’t know why u only think like this. U must have have drinked some thing chill.
Me: I think! :)) (I always have doubt, if I feel some changes with me).
Here are some news related to world Records
A 14-year-old Khagendra Thapa Magar, a Nepali boy who is only 50 centimeters (20 inches) tall and weighs only 4.5 kilograms has been put forward for a Guinness world record as the world's smallest person. Already a Jordanian boy holds a record in the Guinness Book of World Records and he is 25.5 inches tall. But Khagendra is 5.5 inches smaller than the Jordanian guy, so his parents have send application to the Guinness Book of World Records. Khagendra Thapa Magar Foundation is an organization set up to collect funds for the boy. His father has decided to show him in exhibitions to collect fund for his education, health and future. He was only 600 grams at birth and his hobbies include playing with pebbles and worshipping Buddha.
Maria Esther de Capovilla, the oldest person on Earth, according to Guinness World Records, has died at 116 years of age. She Born on Sept. 14, 1889 (the same year as Charlie Chaplin and Adolf Hitler born), Capovilla was married in 1917 and widowed in 1949. Guinness World Records will have to make an official for all practical purposes; the next oldest person is going to be presumed to be Elizabeth Bolden, She is 116, but she was 11 months younger than Capovilla. Capovilla was confirmed as the oldest living person on Dec. 9, 2005, after her family sent details of her birth and marriage certificates to the British-based publisher. Emiliano Mercado Del Toro, of Puerto Rico, retains the title as oldest man. He turned 115 last Monday. 3 of Capovilla's 5 children are still alive, along with 12 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren.
Pictured above is Will Sharp fromWashington, wearing 121 t-shirts. He wore them as part of a world record attempt for wearing the most t-shirts at the same time. The old record of 107 was set in the UK last year. Sans t-shirts, Will Sharp weighed 210lbs. With t-shirts he weighed 285lbs. Judging by the pictures of him sweating he probably lost a few pounds whilst wearing them.