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Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment.

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Ram Singh Chauhan (india) has the longest moustache in the world at 14ft (4.29m). Below is a picture of Ram and his amazing facial hair.

World’s biggest crocodile in Philippines

A small Philippine town on the southern island of Mindanao has laid claim to capturing the world’s largest crocodile, measured at 21 feet by Australian zoologist Adam Britton.

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Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

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Fattest woman in the world - Egyptian heaviest women Iman Ahmad Abdulati

Fattest woman in the world - Egyptian heaviest women Iman Ahmad Abdulati  2017

Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment at a local facility. Ms Ahmed, 36, landed at Mumbai international airport around 4 am. Ms Ahmed was lifted, along with the bed on which she laid while travelling, with the help of a crane. She was then taken to a hospital on a special bed created to transport her, news agency PTI reported.

Ms Ahmed, who has not moved out of her house for 25 years, would be under observation for about a month before she undergoes surgery, doctors said.

She is currently under the care of a city-based bariatric surgeon Muffazal Lakdawala, and his team of doctors.

The doctors have been treating Eman for almost three months and took all the necessary precautions needed for the transportation of bed-bound Eman from Egypt's Alexandria city.

Fattest woman in the world’ weighs in at 79 stone and hasn’t left her bed for 25 years, Egyptian Iman Ahmad Abdulati is desperate for help after being confined to home from 11


Iman Ahmad Abdulati has not left the house for 25 years and has slowly ballooned to a weight of 78.7 stone.

  •     Iman Abdulati, 36, is to fly to India from her home in Egypt for bariatric surgery
  •     She suffers from elephantiasis, a parasitic infection that causes swelling in limbs
  •     Her Indian visa was initially denied as she could not be fingerprinted at embassy
  •     If able to get to India via private plane, she could lose 62st in two years from op

Although her family have appealed to local hospitals in Alexandria for help, the 36-year-old has continued to get fatter.

                               Egyptian heaviest women Iman Ahmad Abdulati childhood photos

Now her sister Chaymaa’ Ahmad Abdulati, has gone public in a bid to find a solution. Iman, whose father died when the girls were young, is cared for by her sister and mother who feed her, wash her and provide her with help in going to the toilet, as she could no longer walk there.

Iman weighed 11 lbs at birth and she put on too much weight as an infant, struggling to walk as a young girl because of her weight.

Chaymaa said Iman initially moved around using her hands and when she turned 11 she started to crawl on her knees, but was unable to walk out of her home, so she was unable to attend school,

She revealed her sister’s weight problem increased at the age of 11 after she suffered what they believe was a stroke that left her bedridden.

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Khodaldham - Most of people sing national anthem to set world record

Khodaldham - Most of people sing national anthem to set world record

The Khodaldham temple is about to witness an attempt to make a world Record of a crowd of 3.5 lakh people singing the National anthem at one place.

On January 21, there will be an opening ceremony of Khodaldham temple at Kagwad.  After the prime rituals, the doors of the temple will be opened for devotees.

Naresh Patel, head of Khodaldham trust said, we would try and break the record of Bangladesh’s record of 269,000 people singing the National anthem at one place. Officials if Guinness World record will also remain present to check the record.

In a bid to set Guiness world record, around three lakh people would sing national anthem in a Pran Pratishtha Mahotsav which is going to held in Khodaldham temple, situated 70 kilaometres far from Rajkot. Earlier the record was set by the Banglasdesh governemnt where two lakh and ten thousands of Bangladeshi volunteers along with the country’s head of the government sang the national anthem in chorus in capital Dhaka.

“We are all ready to set a Guiness world record along with three lakh and 50 thousand of people on January 21 here in the temple, organised by the Patel community” said Naresh Patel, chief of Khodaldham temple trust.

The event that will last for four days starting from January 17, will have big industrialist and influential personalities in the guest list.


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Christmas World Record - Largest image made of LED lights by David Richards

Christmas World Record 2014- Largest image made of LED lights sets World Record by David Richards.

A dad in Australia has claimed the Guinness World Record title for the largest image made of LED lights with a mesmerizing display featuring almost 1.2 million lights.

 The Christmas scene, masterminded by lawyer David Richards and built with the help of volunteers, features 1,194,380 lights that give the illusion of three interconnected wrapped gifts, set to a backdrop of more lights, according to Guinness World Records. It also features music, "giant bows and strings of cables."

The light show will be on display this Christmas season at Canberra's CBD, a shopping area in the country's capital city, and is expected to attract more than 200,000 visitors, according to News Corp Australia. Richards is using his record-breaking display to raise money for the SIDS and Kids ACT charities, he tells the site.

He lost a baby boy to sudden infant death syndrome in 2002. Last year, Richards broke the record for the most Christmas lights on a residential property with 502,165 lights, raising $138,000 for SIDS charities,
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Mohammed Khurshid Hussain sets world record for typing with his Nose


Mohammed Khurshid Hussain sets world record for typing with his Nose

He came, he saw, he conk-ered: Man sets new world record for typing with his NOSE

    Mohammed Khurshid Hussain, 23, from India, practiced for six hours a day
    He already holds a record for typing the English alphabet in 3.43 seconds
    The stunt took months of practice and dozens of failed attempts

A world champion typist has set a new speed record - with his nose.

Mohammed Khurshid Hussain, 23, wrote a 103-character sentence in just 47 seconds after practicing his technique for six hours a day, the International Business Times reported.

If confirmed it will smash the previous time of a minute and 33 seconds, set in Dubai in 2008 by an Indian man who used his nose to write the same sentence: 'Guinness World Records has challenged me to to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time.'

It took Mr Hussain, from the southern city of Hyderabad, months of training to break through the 53-second barrier after reaching it at least twice.

During his attempts the hobbyist, his hands tied behind his back, was surrounded by crowds of fans with stopwatches and an extra-large monitor attached to the keyboard.

Last year American Mark EncarnaciĆ³n typed on a smartphone 'The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human' in 25.9 seconds - while blindfolded.

There is also a recorded time for typing the numbers 1 to 50 with a full stop between each one.

Hind Al Mulla, from the United Arab Emirates, managed the feat in 16.3 seconds at an event in Dubai in 2009.

Grace Pak typed a 264-character text on a mobile phone with a keyboard in 56.57 seconds in Pennsylvania, U.S., in 2011, setting another record.


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World's dirtiest man - Amou Haji Iranian Animal Poop Smoking Man

World's dirtiest man - Amou Haji Animal Poop Smoking Man

Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

Haji reportedly lives in isolation in Dejgah village, in the Southern Iranian province of Fars, subsists on rotten porcupine meat, and says the thought of a bath after all this time makes him very angry.

He said he adopted his extreme, isolated lifestyle after suffering emotional setbacks in his youth.




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