Neha Manglik is the first girl since 2009 to score a 100 percentile. She is also the only female topper this year.Neha was a brilliant student in school too. She scored 96% in class 10 and 92% in class 12. At present, she is in her final year at BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, studying chemical engineering. Neha plans to do an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad.
Dolly Shivani Cherukuri from Vijaywada in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh a two-year-old Indian girl has set a new national record in archery, according to the India Book of Records. She fired 36 arrows at a target 5m away, then again at a target 7m away, making a total of 388 points.Her achievement was witnessed by senior sports personalities and India Book of Records officials.
The World Record of ‘youngest professional accordion player’ has been achieved by Master Guyland Leday (10 years) from USA.
Maestro Guyland has been entertaining audiences with his fast-moving fingers in live concerts. He has also been featured in HBO’s family documentary ‘The Music in Me’.
A 13-year-old boy Granth Thakkar from Vapi, Gujarat won the 6th world mental arithmetic championship held on 12th October in the German city of Dresden, beating 40 contestants coming from 18 countries. He astonished judges with his capability of solving mathematical problems in split seconds without making any mistake.It’s not the first time, he won the gold in math Olympics. Earlier this year he participated in Turkey’s Antalya city, where he played for the game called ‘Flash Anzan’ and the task was to add up 15 numbers quickly flashing on a massive screen. He grabbed the gold for the kids’ category and silver for the adults’ category.
The 2-year-old artist who showed her paintings in a famous Gallery.The abstract paintings of emerging artist Aelita Andre have people in Australia's art world talking. Aelita is two (the works were painted when she was even younger).Aelita got an opportunity to show her paintings when Mark Jamieson, the director of Brunswick Street Gallery in Melbourne's Fitzroy, was asked by a photographer whose work he represented to consider the work of another artist. Jamieson liked what he saw and agreed to include it in a group show. Jamieson then started to promote the show, printing glossy invitations and placing ads in the magazines Art Almanac and Art collector,featuring the abstract work. Only then did he discover a crucial fact about the new artist. Aelita Andre is Kalashnikova's daughter, and was just 22 months old. Jamieson was shocked and embarrassed but decided to proceed with the exhibition anyways.