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3700 year old pyramid discovered
Pyramids are stone tombs of Pharoahs or Kings of Ancient Egypt. They’ve stood thousands of years, and are filled with many hidden secrets, hidden corridors and treasures. Remains of a 3700 year old pyramid were excavated this week.
Veggie gardens at police stations
Police stations across Kerala are setting new trends. In Ernakulum and Thrissur districts, there are police stations which have begun organic vegetable gardens in their yards.
Paraplegic swimmer sets a record
A Mumbai based swimmer named Mohammed Shams Alam Shaikh has set a new world record for the longest swim in the open seas. Mohammed Shams is a paraplegic, which means he can’t move his body from the waist down.
Ferrari driven into shopping mall
A man drove a Ferrari in circles at the atrium of a shopping mall in Moscow, in Russia. This man’s name is Alexandr Donskoy, and he was once the Mayor of a town in Russia, in fact. This stunt was meant to be a funny joke.
That’s it for today, kids. A long weekend awaits us. It’s the Easter Weekend and Vishu. We will have an extended break here at Tiny Bytes, I’ll see you again only at 5pm on Monday the 24th of April 2017. Happy Holidays to you all. Stay indoors, stay hydrated and beat the heat.