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Last Updated Friday September 22 2017 10:30 PM IST

Tiny Bytes: Indians shine at World Badminton Championships, dangers of talcum powder and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of today’s news for little minds

Macarena dancing kid arrested

A 14 year old boy went viral on Twitter this week, for dancing to the  1990’s hit song Macarena in a busy street in Saudi Arabia. He has since been arrested for improper behaviour in public. 

Dangers of Talcum powder

Johnson and Johnson, a company most famous for its baby products like shampoos, soaps and powders, has been asked to pay $417 million as compensation for causing cancer to a customer who used the company’s powder.

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China to set new high speed train records

Come September, seven of China’s bullet trains will run at 350 km/hr and perhaps even at 400 km/hr, the fastest in the world. The trains will be fitted with extra safety precautions in the event of an emergency.

Indians shine at Glasgow

The World Badminton Championships is on at Glasgow, in Scotland. Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu and Singapore Open Champion B Sai Praneeth have sailed through their initial rounds. Read more

Well, That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. I hope you’ll watch out for me at 5pm tomorrow too. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you. 

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