Tiny Bytes: Avengers Endgame breaks records, clean Kerala project, and more

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Hi, and welcome to Tiny Bytes. I am Leona, and here are few interesting news for young minds.

Avengers: Endgame breaks box-office records

Our favourite superhero team Avengers makes their last stand in 'Avengers: Endgame.' The movie was released in India on April 26 2019. It is the only film in history to cross the $1 billion mark for its debut. If the digits are right, it means Disney has already covered the costs of everything it has spend to make the movie. It took only 5 days to reach mark as it has been screening successfully across the globe. This movie anticipates the fate of Iron Man, Thor and many of our favourite superheros. With a running time of 3 hours, film critics all over the world have given positive reviews to the movie.

Make a cleaner Kerala – call out for student support

Interesting green drive for all young nature enthusiasts!

Two day camps to be held for students from classes VII, VIII, and IX at all wards across Kerala between May 5 and 15. The project titled 'Pencil' aims at making students aware of nature friendly materials, waste segregation, laws for garbage dumping etc. 50 students can participate in the venture from each ward.

Indian teen's brilliant performance on 'Britain's Got Talent'

Indian teenager Akasht Singh set the stage of popular reality television show Britians Got Talent on fire with his dance moves and also proving his conviction about how “fat people can dance”. Sing started with the performance with the song “ Deva Shree Ganesha” from 'Agneepath' and followed it with some fast paced dance moves,twerks and 180 degree splits. He concluded the dance with box split and a message “fat people can dance.” He received a standing ovation from all the four judges and audience.

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