1)Chemical composition of blood is very similar
to sea-water. Hence plain salt (has minute quantities
of important trace elements and iodine) is crucial to life /
complementary to body fluids.
2)Millennium Bug means–computers don’t know
what century it is. Fo eg: they can’t tell the difference
between the 1904 and 2004.
3)Draco was an Athenian law giver whose code
of laws (Draconian law ) were considered very
severe even for the smaller offence. These laws
were written in blood and were rigorous, harsh
4)Light beams colliding with each other can create
something (an electron and its anti–matter counterpart,
a positron) out of nothing(vacuum).
5)A chip of Sanjeevini hill dropped at Ayyangarkulam,
(near Kanchi at Tamilnadu State in South India)
when Anjaneya(Hanumaan) was carrying to save
Lakshmana, who was injured in the Sri Rama
–Ravana war. A temple for Anjaneya is raised
on the spot to mark the incident. The Sanjeevarayar
deity cures any type of disease.
6)”Godot” is a fictional literary name. It is associated
with death, guilt, salvation or God, because of the play,
”Waiting for Godot” by Samuel Beckett.
7)Garba dance in Gujarat is dedicated to Goddess
8)Deep–fried samosas, pizza & burgers have
sparked a surge in diabetic cases among people
doing sedentary office jobs.
8)In the sciences, the Ig Noble Prize, sponsored by the
Annals of Improbable Research, acknowledges scientific
achievements that cannot or should not be reproduced.
9)If it is ”Gateway of India” for Mumbai & ”Qutub
Minar” for New Delhi, it’s ”Howrah Bridge” for Kolkata.
10)Cameo appearances (guest appearance with high
rate-card) mean big money in a little time.