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Tired of reading long boring articles ? Here are some short-reads to enjoy when you have five minutes to spare.

INTERESTING FACTS

Did you know that Prashant Bhushan’s coin was held fake? Naah, that’s not true. True stuff’s inside, take a sneak peak!

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The Legal Chronicle  

July 21

3-3 min read

LEGALITY OF LOCKDOWN

BY Amisha Tandon


  

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The Legal Chronicle  

June 21

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GLORIFICATION OF ENCOUNTER KILLING

BY Nandini Hooda


  

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The Legal Chronicle  

June 21

2-3 min read

IS CITIZENSHIP LAW HURTING INDIA'S GLOBAL IMAGE?

BY Vivek Yadav


  

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Interesting facts

Facts

The largest pizza on record was 13,580.28 square feet.

Most of us love pizza and have surely eaten our fair share over the years. But could you eat one that was the size of a warehouse? In 2012, Dovilio Nardi, Andrea Mannocchi, Marco Nardi, Matteo Nardi, and Matteo Giannotte from NIPfood at Fiera Roma, in Rome, Italy, created a massive pie that had a surface area of 1,261.65 square meters, according to Guinness World Records. They named their creation "Ottavia," in honor of the first Roman emperor Octavian Augustus. And, yes, the pizza was gluten-free.

Facts

China cloned an award-winning police dog.

Training a puppy isn't easy, which is why a police force in China is hoping to speed up the process by cloning an award-winning dog. The cloned puppy, named Kunxun, reported for duty in March 2019. She was cloned using the DNA from current police dog Huahuangma, a seven-year-old Kunming wolfdog from the Puer police station in Yunnan who is renowned for her detective skills. The agency hopes the cloned puppy is just as adept at solving crimes as her clone. If things go well with this pup, there could be plenty of other cloned canines joining the force.

Facts

Bananas glow blue under UV lights

Bananas may be famously yellow, but according to a study published in the Journal of the German Chemical Society, the usually sunny-toned fruit actually glows an "intense" blue color when put under black light (or UV lights). Scientists at the University of Innsbruck in Austria and Columbia University in the U.S. found that the degradation of chlorophyll that happens in the fruit while it ripens is the cause of the funky blue glow.