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).

2011 ICC Cricket World cup - ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Time Table Schedules

The final fixtures of ICC Cricket World cup 2011 has been announced with India taking Bangladesh in the opening match. India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be the hosts with Mumbai hosting the final of the World cup. It seems ICC took lessons from 2007 world cup and has divided the teams in two groups so that big teams qualify.

Match no.
Date Teams Venue
19 Feb 2011 India vs Bangladesh Dhaka
20 Feb 2011 New Zealand vs Kenya Chennai
20 Feb 2011 Sri Lanka vs Canada Hambantota
21 Feb 2011 Australia vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
22 Feb 2011 England vs Netherlands Nagpur
23 Feb 2011 Pakistan vs Kenya Hambantota
24 Feb 2011 South Africa vs West Indies New Delhi
25 Feb 2011 Australia vs New Zealand Nagpur
25 Feb 2011 Bangladesh vs Ireland Dhaka
26 Feb 2011 Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Colombo
27 Feb 2011 India vs England Kolkata
28 Feb 2011 West Indies vs Netherlands New Delhi
28 Feb 2011 Zimbabwe vs Canada Nagpur
1 Mar 2011 Sri Lanka vs Kenya Colombo
2 Mar 2011 England vs Ireland Bangalore
3 Mar 2011 South Africa vs Netherlands Mohali
3 Mar 2011 Pakistan vs Canada Colombo
4 Mar 2011 New Zealand vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
4 Mar 2011 Bangladesh vs West Indies Dhaka
5 Mar 2011 Sri Lanka vs Australia Colombo
6 Mar 2011 India vs Ireland Bangalore
6 Mar 2011 England vs South Africa Chennai
7 Mar 2011 Kenya vs Canada New Delhi
8 Mar 2011 Pakistan vs New Zealand Pallekelle
9 Mar 2011 India vs Netherlands New Delhi
10 Mar 2011 Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
11 Mar 2011 West Indies vs Ireland Mohali
11 Mar 2011 Bangladesh vs England Chittagong
12 Mar 2011 India vs South Africa Nagpur
13 Mar 2011 New Zealand vs Canada Mumbai
13 Mar 2011 Australia vs Kenya Bangalore
14 Mar 2011 Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
14 Mar 2011 Bangladesh vs Netherlands Chittagong
15 Mar 2011 South Africa vs Ireland Kolkata
16 Mar 2011 Australia vs Canada Bangalore
17 Mar 2011 England vs West Indies Chennai
18 Mar 2011 Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Mumbai
18 Mar 2011 Ireland vs Netherlands Kolkata
19 Mar 2011 Australia vs Pakistan Colombo
19 Mar 2011 Bangladesh vs South Africa Dhaka
20 Mar 2011 Zimbabwe vs Kenya Kolkata
20 Mar 2011 India vs West Indies Chennai
23 Mar 2011 First Quarter final Dhaka
24 Mar 2011 Second Quarter final Colombo
25 Mar 2011 Third Quarter final Dhaka
26 Mar 2011 Fourth Quarter final Ahmedabad
29 Mar 2011 First Semi final Colombo
30 Mar 2011 Second Semi final Mohali
02 Apr 2011 FINAL Mumbai
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Most distance covered by a wind powered land car set world record by Germans engineer

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Two Germans — engineer Stefan Simmerer and TV host Dirk Gion — recently set out on an epic 18-day road trip that saw them traveling over 3,000 miles across Australia. The coolest part? They did it in a vehicle powered only by a kite and wind turbine and broke three world records in the process.

To keep the electric Wind Explorer running, the pair charged it overnight using a collapsible, 20-foot wind turbine (it can also be plugged in in the absence of wind). They could also deploy a kite if the breeze was strong enough, and use it to pull the vehicle along as if parasailing (though this could make the car harder to steer).

As for those world records, the German pair logged three: one for crossing a continent with a wind-powered vehicle for the first time, another for traveling the farthest in a wind-powered car over a 36 hour period, and a final one for the most distance ever covered by a wind-powered land vehicle.

Most distance covered by a wind-powered land car Video.

Vinod Punamiya - Non stop cycling Delhi to Mumbai attempt World Record

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Non stop cycling Delhi to Mumbai attempt World Record by Vinod Punamiya.

It may be hard to believe, but Mumbai-based Vinod Punamiya claims he can cover the 1485-km distance from Delhi to Mumbai on his cycle in JUST 30 HOURS!

Three years ago, at the age of 50, Punamiya, who hails from Dombivli, shocked the nation and registered his name in the Limca Book of Records when he cycled from Pune to Dombivli (distance of 140 km) in just two hours, 14 minutes, 14 seconds 20 minutes faster than the Deccan Queen train. "Ive been cycling for the last 30 years. It's been my passion and I've always dreamt of doing something extra-ordinary to make my country proud," said Punamiya of his next endeavour.

The 53-year-old cycling enthusiast, who will begin his journey from India Gate in New Delhi on February 19 at 7 am, is confident of touching the Gateway of India in Mumbai by 1pm the next day.

"Once I start my race from Delhi at 7am, I'm confident of reaching Jaipur by 11 am (distance of 272 kms), Ahmedabad by 1 am (another 753 kms) and Surat (another 260 kms) by 7am. Once, I enter Maharashtra, I will face a number of ghats, besides the traffic in Mumbai that will slow me down. But, I'm confident of achieving my target," said Punamiya.

"I practice by riding daily for about 400-500 kms between Kolhapur and Satara. This has increased my stamina and confidence that I can ride 1485 kms non-stop," said Punamiya.

Punamiya has previously covered the distance between Mumbai and Delhi in four days when he rode in memory of the 26/11 victims two years ago.

"Back then, it was in memory of the martyrs, but this time it will be a different challenge. It will be a lot faster," assured Punamiya.