Fattest woman in the world

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

World's Longest Moustache - Longest beard in the world

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.

World's dirtiest 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.

World's biggest arms

The world's largest biceps belong to Mostafa Ismail (Egypt) and were measured for left arm flexed at 64.77 cm (25.5 in) and non-flexed 62.23 cm (24.5 in) and for right arm flexed at 63.5 cm (25 in) and non-flexed 60.96 cm (24 in).

World's Largest(Longest) French Fry set world record - Angelo Turco

Is the 34-inch curly-cut potato discovered in Orchard Park last week truly the Lord of the Fries?
Angelo Turco would like to present a challenger to the throne.
When Angelo Turco read about two guys nominating their 34-inch french fry as the world's largest, he "chuckled a little bit."
Not even 3 feet?
At his business, Louie's Foot Long Hot Dogs, curly cue french fries that size are as common as ketchup, he said.
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"That's nothing," Turco said. "Ours can be 8 feet, 10 feet long."
John Benbenek and Ryan Vedder drew the attention of news media earlier this week after announcing they had discovered a world-record fry while having lunch at Taffy's in Orchard Park. After an Internet search that suggested the record was 26 inches, they started making plans and alerting reporters.
They pitched their spud strip for an appearance on Jay Leno's Tonight Show, but a Tonight Show publicist said Tuesday they haven't been scheduled.
But Benbenek and Vedder went to eBay and are auctioning "The World's Largest French Fry," described in the listing as 32 inches long.
The bidding had reached $20.50 by Tuesday afternoon.
Bidders were offered the chance to buy it immediately for $10,000.
Turco at Louie's offered some insight into why the bidding was so low.
"Really, not even three feet?" Turco said. "To see them talking about a 3-foot french fry, it's sort of a nonissue with us."

Turco is the son of Louis Turco, who opened his hot dog stand off Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda in the 1950s. Turco said his father invented the curly fry and patented a rotary fry cutter that makes long potato strings from the biggest commercially available potatoes, called 40-count bakers.
Louis Turco, who is retired, still comes in to cut the french fries.

"He's the original, and he's still doing it," his son said.
He acknowledged that cutting the potato into a single long fry is only half the battle. You still have to get it into the fryer, and out again, without breaking it. But Louie's does it, he said.
"We were the first to make the curly cue fry," he said. "We are the originator."
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World Oldest Fifa World Cup Volunteer - Amrit Daya

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WHO says you can not have a ball at 80? Nelson Mandela Bay’s Amrit Daya is believed to be the oldest World Cup volunteer Fifa has ever had – and the evergreen Malabar resident is still reveling in it even though Cup fever has died down.
Not only is he putting together a collection of newspaper clippings, photographs and other football memorabilia, he is also in the process of getting a Fifa approval stamp on his accomplishment.
“I am busy getting the fact that I am the oldest ever World Cup volunteer certified by Fifa. I’ve also approached Guinness World Records to claim the record. But because no official records were held since the tournament started in 1930, Guinness would not recognise it,” Daya said.
A healthy and active Daya, who has been on retirement for 16 years, has become quite a celebrity since he became a Fifa volunteer.
“I’ve been on CNN, BBC, SATV, e.tv, AFP, Reuters and Morning Live, and that is just the television side of things. I’ve been in newspapers and on websites all over the world,” said Daya, who was 79 when the World Cup was on. He turned 80 on July 18.
Daya, who was responsible for meeting all Fifa delegates and VIPs at the Port Elizabeth Airport, said his age was never an obstacle.
“I am very fit and healthy. I think with my interview (to become a volunteer) they expected an old man with a beard and a stick, but I sure surprised them,” he quipped.
He decided to become a volunteer as he had been involved with community and charitable work since his retirement. “I thought this was a way to step it up a bit. A moment like this will definitely not come my way again.”
His World Cup experience lead to various “golden moments in his golden years”, he said.
“Not only did I do my bit for the tournament, I also turned 80 on the same day as Nelson Mandela. I celebrated my 60th wedding anniversary, my wife’s 77th birthday, my son’s 50th birthday and my granddaughter graduated.”
Daya said he attributed his longevity to regular yoga sessions and breathing exercise. He set some criteria for those who wanted to break his World Cup record. “I always joke that you have to be able to exercise daily, wash and polish your car and be a teetotaler.”


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India's Youngest MBA Graduates - Neel Joshi and Deep

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Neel Joshi and Deep India's Youngest MBA Graduates students of Thakur Vidya Mandir School at Kandivali East in Mumbai.

Neel Joshi, 13 and his brother Deep, 11, class eight and class six students of Thakur Vidya Mandir School at Kandivali East in Mumbai are on their way to become India's youngest MBA graduates as they have finished their first semester MBA with distinction from an institute affiliated to a U.S. varsity. The teen prodigies are pursuing their MBA from the Indian Management School and Research centre (IMSR) affiliated to the University of Northeast Virginia, reports Bangalore Mirror.
While Neel has cleared his first year in Finance Management with 91 percent, Deep has cleared the first semester of MBA in Operation Management by securing 75 percent.

It was a meeting with the representative of IMSR at an education fair, which helped them realize their dreams. "I had taken a risk in admitting the boys against all rules," admits Pravin Parmar, director, IMSR. "They have both scored very good marks and I am confident they will become the youngest MBAs in the country," he added.

"We had sought admission for MBA courses at the University of Mumbai and various other institutes in USA and UK. But everyone turned us down saying we were too young to enroll for management courses. They also told us we must approach them after post-graduation and gaining three years of working experience," says Neel.

Deep said, "I joined the institute but never worried about the results. I only aimed at studying management. My brother and I dream of getting a prize from President Pratibha Patil after we complete the course. I am also preparing for my MBA first year final exam which is scheduled in January."

The boys had exhibited extraordinary talents at their very young age. They could recite entire chapters from the Bhagvad Gita, Hanuman Chalisa and even the Rig Veda when they were in kindergarten. They have also shown their excellence in extracurricular activities such as carom in which they represent Air India at national level events. Neel wants to become a cardiac surgeon, while Deep wishes to be a pilot. The boys' father Ajit Joshi is a civil engineer.
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