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Invented ages ago, Cricket rose to global prominence during the 19th Century. With an estimated fanbase of 2.5 billion, the game of bat and ball is the second most popular sport in the world. Do you belong to this huge fanbase? Chances are, you do! Now, come check your trivia with these interesting and little […]

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Invented ages ago, Cricket rose to global prominence during the 19th Century. With an estimated fanbase of 2.5 billion, the game of bat and ball is the second most popular sport in the world. Do you belong to this huge fanbase? Chances are, you do! Now, come check your trivia with these interesting and little known Cricket facts.

1. LADIES FIRST

2. CRICKET AT OLYMPICS

3. 137 YEARS TO HAPPEN!!!

This feat was achieved by Chris Gayle on the first ball of the Mirpur Test in 2012.

4. GREAT INNINGS – NO FOOTAGE …HUH!!!

5. CAPTAIN COOL!

6. Last Test Wonder #1

He also surpassed Gilchrist (100) as the highest six hitter in Tests (107) in the same Test.

7. Last Test Wonder #2

8. The First Occasion When Both The Wicket Keepers Bowled

This happened in the first Test of the 2013-14 series at Johannesburg.

9. 76 Extras!!!

This includes 35 Byes, 26 Leg Byes & 15 No Balls.

10. 17-Ball Over

The veteran pacer bowled 7 wides and 4 no-balls & leaked 15 runs in the over.

11. Unluckiest Decision!

TV replays showed it was a no-ball as Vettori overstepped.

12. 77 Ball Duck!

13. No.11 Top Scores On His Debut!

14. Narendra Hirwani’s Record

The leg spinner played only 17 tests matches in his entire career.

15. Retired Out

Marvan Atapattu walked off after scoring 201, followed by Mahela Jayawardene, for 150.

16. The Career That Failed After Dream Started

He still has the highest Test batting average for any Indian batsman- 54.20.

17. What do Inzy, S Ramesh & Kohli have in Common? “First Ball Wicket”

18. Miscalculated World Cup Exit

A misinformed Boucher defended the last ball bowled while they need a single to win to enter the Super Sixes stage.

19. Oldest Cricket Record

With so many phenomena associated with cricket, no wonder why it creates so much buzz. Indians belong to a major chunk of the fanbase, which is why this sport is celebrated in our country like no other.

Do you find these cricket facts amusing? Let us know if we have missed out on any other interesting ones.

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13 Ridiculous and Sexist Laws That Are Practiced Even Today http://www.scrolldroll.com/sexist-laws-present-globally/ Thu, 17 May 2018 05:06:39 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=4937

Weird laws have always existed all around the globe. But here are some laws that are not only weird but also so sexist they’ll leave you aghast! Somewhere… even your hair isn’t your own! 1. The 1990 religious Fatwa prohibits ‘women’s driving of automobiles’ as ‘a source of undeniable vices’.   2. A 2013 Indian Act […]

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Weird laws have always existed all around the globe. But here are some laws that are not only weird but also so sexist they’ll leave you aghast! Somewhere… even your hair isn’t your own!

1. The 1990 religious Fatwa prohibits ‘women’s driving of automobiles’ as ‘a source of undeniable vices’.

Saudi women can't drive- Sexist Laws

 

2. A 2013 Indian Act confirmed the legality of marital rape, saying “Sexual intercourse or sexual acts by a man with his own wife, the wife not being under fifteen years of age, is not rape.” India has worlds highest number of early marriages, post 15 years of age.

India has no law against marital rape- Sexist Laws

 

3. This is a common culture named ‘bride kidnapping’ in Central  Asia, the Caucuses, Ethiopia, Chechnya and Kyrgyzstan.
A kidnapper in Malta can go scot-free if he marries the person- Sexist Laws

 

4. The provision of the Penal Code applicable in the Northern part of Nigeria specifically encourages violence against women. Underneath its provisions, the beating of a wife for the purpose of correction is legal by use of (Section 55 (1) (d) of the Penal Code). 

In Nigeria,violence by husband to 'correct his wife' is okay -Sexist Laws

 

5. In 18 countries, married women cannot get a job without their husband’s permission: Bahrain, Bolivia, Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Gabon, Guinea, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Mauritania, Niger, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, West Bank and Gaza and Yemen. 

In Guinea women aren't allowed to have a profession if husband objects- Sexist Laws

 

6. In Israel, marriages and divorces come under the rabbinical law, according to which, divorces can only take place if requested by the husband. 

Israeli women can;t file for divorce- Sexist Laws

 

7. In 2008, a Saudi Arabia court refused divorce to an 8-year-old from her 58-year-old husband. 

Saudi doesn't have a minimum age for marriage- Sexist Laws

 

8. According to the law, a woman’s hair belongs to her husband! 

Michigan denies women thde right to cut their hair without husband's permission- Sexist Laws

 

9. Leather pumps are outlawed in Cleveland, as the shiny finish of the shoes could allow a man to capture the reflection of a woman’s lady parts! 

No leather pumps in Cleveland!- Sexist Laws

 

10. An old-school law in Little Rock, Arkansas grants a man the right to legally beat his wife, but only once a month and only with a stick that measures no more than three inches wide. 

Arkansas allows men to beat wife once a month, 'only'with a measured stick- Sexist Laws

 

11. Tunisian inheritance laws, which are based on Islamic jurisprudence, entitle female heirs to only half of the share of the property of their male peers. Tunisia got a new Constitution, which is supposed to promote gender equality. But even the new articles failed to challenge this inheritance law.

A Tunisian law from 1956 requires that the male inherit twice as much as the female- Sexist Laws

 

12. Chinese women can’t work in mines. Madagascar women can’t work at night. Russia has a list of 456 jobs women can’t do.

Chinese women can't work in mines. Madagascar womenn can't work at night. Russia has alist of 456 jobs women can't do- Sexist Laws

 

13. In Iran, the father is the natural guardian who can marry off his daughter; even if the girl is an adult, she cannot marry someone of her choice. Wives and daughters cannot leave the country without the official permission of their husbands or natural guardian. They also cannot obtain a passport without the consent of their husbands.

 

Well, what can we really say to this?

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21 Interesting facts about Manipur http://www.scrolldroll.com/facts-about-manipur/ Tue, 08 May 2018 11:56:33 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=11559

Manipur literally means,”the jeweled land”. The exquisite state is known for its traditions, dance forms, music and sumptuous cuisine. Most of the state is covered in forests, which houses some of the rarest species of plants and animals. Let us look at some of the interesting facts about Manipur. 1. State of many pet names […]

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Manipur literally means,”the jeweled land”. The exquisite state is known for its traditions, dance forms, music and sumptuous cuisine. Most of the state is covered in forests, which houses some of the rarest species of plants and animals.

Let us look at some of the interesting facts about Manipur.

1. State of many pet names

 

2. Birthplace of Polo

 

3. Battle ground at Lokpachig

 

4. So much is floating here

 

5. Dangal gone folk!

 

6. Education is no joke here

 

7. This is how Manipur came into being!

 

8. Here’s to these hardworking women!

 

9. Not a Bollywood fan

 

10. May I visit Manipur?

 

11. One of the many tribes of this state

 

12. Who ruled this kingdom the first?

 

13. Traces of stone age

 

14. Art infused people

 

15. Here’s how this traditional dance started

 

16. Bamboo factors importance here

 

17. You can only drink Manipuri rice liquor here

 

18. World’s oldest

 

19. Here’s how you get to know the rich tribal culture

 

20. Museum of historical significance

 

21. Home of committed social activist

 

What a culture infused state Manipur is. We can only state the interesting bits about this place but visiting and experiencing them in person will be a whole different deal.

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Science Behind Indian Traditions And Practices http://www.scrolldroll.com/science-behind-indian-traditions-and-practices/ Thu, 26 Apr 2018 08:56:35 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=5028

India is considered to be the oldest living civilisation by many historians. It has so many cultures, traditions, and practices that are not only eccentric but are also spread all over the world. But there are some traditions that most people of the world recognize India with. Something as simple as a ‘Namaste’ rings ‘India’ […]

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India is considered to be the oldest living civilisation by many historians. It has so many cultures, traditions, and practices that are not only eccentric but are also spread all over the world.

But there are some traditions that most people of the world recognize India with. Something as simple as a ‘Namaste’ rings ‘India’ in people’s mind. We have some such traditions explained. Just because we don’t know the story behind them, doesn’t mean that the traditions are vague.

1. Joining hands in Namaskar ensures joining fingertips. This activates pressure points relating to eyes, ears, and mind, which enables us to remember a person for long. Also, it saves us from transfer of germs.

2. Toe rings worn in the second toe strengthens the uterus by creating pressure on a nerve that connects the uterus to the heart, thus increasing blood flow. And Silver being a good conductor, absorbs polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body.

3. The cooling effect of sandalwood relieves a headache as the area between the eyebrows is considered a converging point of nerves. It is also considered as the position of the third eye, which is a source of all energies. Applying sandalwood keeps this area relaxed.

4. We often ring the bell before entering a temple. It is said that, one, it keeps the evil forces away and second, the ring clears our mind and helps us concentrate on our purpose.

5. Apart from lending color to one’s hands and feet, Henna prevents stress because it cools the body and prevents the nerves from getting tense. Thus, it is applied on hands and feet – nerve endings.

6. Meat fulfills body requirements of Vitamins and Iron, but eating meat every day is unhealthy as it can cause diseases like piles, kidney stones, colon cancer etc. Thus, to stop people from eating meat every day, Hindus assigned days to Gods. Smart!

7. At a time when there were no tube lights, and the only source of light was the mighty Sun, it was advised not to cut nails after the sun sets, to avoid anyone getting hurt in the dark by the razor-sharp blade. It is for the very same reason that floors weren’t swept, saving anything important to slide off in the dark.

8. The curd has a cooling effect on the body and the sugar is a source of instant glucose. The combination is a wonderful wellness tonic for the sunny days.

9. The idea isn’t just to sit on the floor and eat, it is to sit in the ‘Sukhasana’ or the lotus pose, which calms our body and readies brain to begin digestion.

10. The Earth is a giant magnet. Sleeping in symmetry with the Earth’s magnetic field causes blood pressure problems because the blood in our body has to work hard to maintain the body’s own magnetic field.

11. Copper is antimicrobial. It stimulates the brain, aids in weight loss and slows down aging. According to the American Cancer Society, it helps in fighting off cancer.

Some traditions and practices date way back in time, they seem obsolete to unread minds. But to say they hold no water, would be uninformed. Spread the word!

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20 Interesting facts about Andhra Pradesh http://www.scrolldroll.com/facts-about-andhra-pradesh/ Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:03:42 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=11637

Andhra Pradesh is India’s third largest state. Its glorious past is still evident from the minarets and shrines that dominate most parts of the coastal state. The natural beauty and Islamic architecture throughout the state capture the attention of every wandering soul. Let us find out some of the interesting facts about Andhra Pradesh. 1. […]

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Andhra Pradesh is India’s third largest state. Its glorious past is still evident from the minarets and shrines that dominate most parts of the coastal state. The natural beauty and Islamic architecture throughout the state capture the attention of every wandering soul.

Let us find out some of the interesting facts about Andhra Pradesh.

1. Planning a trip to US and got no VISA? 

American Visa Temple

 

2. Film making gone big

 

3. Now you know where to buy your new house

Best Living Destination in India

 

4. Branching out

Thimmamma Marrimanu

 

5. Curing asthma, pro bono!

Fish Prasadam

 

6. This holy bull belongs to Andhra

Ongole Bull

 

7. This temple is famous for its sculptor

Rama Temple

 

8. Mines that held the most lustrous diamond

 

9. A closet you can walk into!

World’s longest walk-in closet, Hyderabad

 

10. Come aboard!

Most Number of buses

 

11. Wanna chill at a chilling spot?

Lambasingi, The Kashmir of Andhra

 

12. This major film producer lives in Andhra

Most  Number of films produced by a person

 

13. Let’s go underground!

Borra Caves

 

14. Fancy a view?

Vizag Front

 

15. Expressing a story via dance moves, here’s Kuchipudi for you!

Kuchipudi Dance

 

16. Guntur, the birthplace of Helium

that’s how helium happened

 

17. Here’s the soldier who designed the Indian National flag

Pingali Venkayya, Indian Flag Designer

 

18. The branches of this tree resemble elephant trunks

Elephant Tree

 

19. Here’s how Hyderabad became of part of the Union of India

Operation Polo

 

20. Standing tall!

Statue of Buddha

 

Wow! Andhra Pradesh is surely laced with a number of interesting phenomena. No wonder why this region attracts a huge number of tourists.  From ancient caves to historical temples, this beautiful Indian state should definitely be experienced once in a lifetime, for its rich heritage and alluring frontage.

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20 Interesting Facts About Jharkhand http://www.scrolldroll.com/facts-about-jharkhand/ Mon, 23 Apr 2018 09:22:59 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=11583

Jharkhand was created out of Bihar in 2000. The state is rich in natural resources and accounts for almost up to 40% of the total mineral wealth of our nation. It has a dense population cover and is home to various ethnic tribal groups. Let us look at some of the facts about Jharkhand below: […]

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Jharkhand was created out of Bihar in 2000. The state is rich in natural resources and accounts for almost up to 40% of the total mineral wealth of our nation. It has a dense population cover and is home to various ethnic tribal groups.

Let us look at some of the facts about Jharkhand below:

1. Barely legal

When Jharkahnd came into existence

 

2. It’s green as far as your eyes can see

laand of bushes, trees and jungles

 

3. Shoo-ing the British away

Birsa Mundra revolt

 

4. Holy district of Deoghar

Deoghar

 

5. Rich in minerals

Jharkhand has ample reserves of mineral resource

 

6. TATAs taking control

No municipal corporation

 

7.  Here’s the first planned industrial city

 

8. Tons and tons of coal

Dhanbad, the coal capital

 

9. Cruise named after Ranchi

SS Ranchi

 

10. Pious temple at the top of mountain

Shikharji Jain Temple

 

11. Bet you wanna try this!

Local alcohol drinks of Jharkhand

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12. Site of geographical significance

Tropic of cancer

 

13. Standing tall and grand

Largest Indian Flag

 

14.  This dam gets operated in a unique way

 

15. Mystic mythology 

Chinnamastika temple

 

16. Ancient temples made of terracotta

Maluti village

 

17. Why go to a doctor when you can come here!

Lupungtu

 

18. Thanking the animals

Bandana Festival

 

19. Base that supplied food to soldiers

CHAS

 

20. Eternal flames

Jharia Coal mines

 

The land of lush forests and diverse tribes, Jharkhand sure is a beautiful Indian terrain. With so much to explore and experience, this Indian state should definitely be visited once in a lifetime.

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20 Interesting Facts About Meghalaya http://www.scrolldroll.com/facts-about-meghalaya/ Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:56:34 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=11536

Meghalaya literally means abode of clouds. True to its name,  it receives ample rainfall and is the wettest region of India. The state is mainly comprised of Garo, Khasi and Jaintia Hills. Let us have a look at some interesting facts about Meghalaya 1. Everybody says no to litter in this village   2. Only 13% […]

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Meghalaya literally means abode of clouds. True to its name,  it receives ample rainfall and is the wettest region of India. The state is mainly comprised of Garo, Khasi and Jaintia Hills. Let us have a look at some interesting facts about Meghalaya

1. Everybody says no to litter in this village

 

2. Only 13% population here practices religions other than Christianity, Hinduism and Islam

 

3. Neighbors of Meghalaya

 

4. Let’s talk in English, shall we?

 

5. Women getting their due

 

6. The tree-ways

 

7. The state of heavy rainfall

 

8. Who would’ve thought!

 

9. Beauty at a height

 

10. Exploring nature underground

 

11. This is how Meghalaya got separated from Assam

 

12. The very diverse forests

 

13. Soccer loving insect

 

14. Fancy a cave expedition? You know where to head!

 

15. X-Mas or X Man frog?

 

16. Hope it doesn’t fly away someday!

 

17. Flowers & ferns!

 

18. A deadly snake lived here once, at least that’s what they say!

 

19. Stone ruins of ancient empire

 

20. Much revered forest of Mawphlang

 

Unexplored caves, mysterious forests and alluring waterfalls, sound like a set up of a fantasy movie. Probably yes! But these are popular spots of the ever beautiful Meghalaya. Visit this magnificent place to be enchanted by its charm.

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20 Interesting Facts About Arunachal Pradesh http://www.scrolldroll.com/facts-about-arunachal-pradesh/ Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:50:27 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=11508

Arunachal Pradesh is often called the land of dawn-lit Sun. Geographically, it is the largest state of the seven sister states. Covered mostly in forest and greenery, the pristine region is one of the least explored regions in India. Let us look at some of the interesting facts about Arunachal Pradesh. 1. Earlier named after […]

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Arunachal Pradesh is often called the land of dawn-lit Sun. Geographically, it is the largest state of the seven sister states. Covered mostly in forest and greenery, the pristine region is one of the least explored regions in India.

Let us look at some of the interesting facts about Arunachal Pradesh.

1. Earlier named after North East Frontier Agency

NEFA

 

2. Largest of the seven sisters

 

3. Lots and lots of O2

 

4. International neighbours

 

5. Hub of tribes and diverse cultures

Arunachal Pradesh is inhabited by 26 major tribes

 

6. You gotta have a permit to roam in your home state!

Free roaming is a myth

 

7. Massive monastery of Twang

Twang Monastery

 

8. Let’s go back in time!

Stone-aged

 

9. The river bridge that connects two states

Sadiya Bridge

 

10. Let’s converse in English, y’all!

English is the official language in arunacha pradesh

 

11. Diverse tourist circuits of Arunachal

arunachal pradesh has many tourist circuits

 

12. Centuries old holy ground

Temple ruins at Malinthan

 

13. You can’t fly here!

arunachal pradesh has no functional airport

 

14. Rain God is too generous here

heavy rainfall

 

15. Not so crowded!

 

16. Come here for a flower-ful experience

orchid nation

 

17. You name it. we got it!

Namdhapa National Park  

 

18. Music with a view!

ZIRO

 

19. China almost had it

Sino- Indian woes

 

20. Have sinned too much? Wash them here!

Parashuram Kund

 

Looks like Arunachal Pradesh holds a story around its every corner. It sure is a fascinating state and must be on the list of every travel enthusiast.

Do you think we are missing out on any bizarre fact about this place? If yes, then do let us know in the comments below.

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Interesting Facts About The Marvelous Jammu and Kashmir http://www.scrolldroll.com/interesting-facts-about-jammu-and-kashmir/ Tue, 17 Apr 2018 07:14:14 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=6390

Jammu and Kashmir is by far the most beautiful, scenic and pristine place on earth, scarred by the disputes over its ownership. Despite this, the beautiful landscape of the Kashmir valley, serenity around Leh and iconic Dal lake and religious shrines in Jammu satiate every traveler’s soul. Let us look at some of the interesting […]

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Jammu and Kashmir is by far the most beautiful, scenic and pristine place on earth, scarred by the disputes over its ownership. Despite this, the beautiful landscape of the Kashmir valley, serenity around Leh and iconic Dal lake and religious shrines in Jammu satiate every traveler’s soul.

Let us look at some of the interesting facts about Jammu and Kashmir.

1. The case of two flags

2. And two capitals too!

3. Delicious beverages of Kashmir

4. Nature and holism come together

5. Who found the Amarnath cave?

6. The coldest of them all!

7. Jammu plays by its own rules!

8. The magnificent Pangong Lake

9. The many beautiful birdies of Ladakh

10. Archaic but glorious ruins

11. Leadership in Kashmir

12. Mail on Boat

13. The shimmering water houses

14. Mughal’s favorite vacation spot

15. Jammu and its neighbors

16. Ski away!

17.The ancient Mughal garden

18. Major pilgrimage site

19. You need something to beat that cold!

20. The ever-present Bollywood!

With astonishing sites and scenic views, Jammu & Kashmir has itself deep-rooted in culture and religion. Every step you take, on this heaven on Earth, gives you an opportunity to capture the marvelous beauty that this Indian state surrounds itself with. If only the violence preachers understood that they cannot steal the beauty of this nirvana! Alas!

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19 Facts About The Glorious Gujarat http://www.scrolldroll.com/interesting-facts-about-gujarat/ Fri, 13 Apr 2018 07:06:17 +0000 http://www.scrolldroll.com/?p=6262

Lying on the west coast of India is the state of Gujarat located between Rajasthan and Maharashtra. It is the land of Lord Krishna and Dwarka. In contemporary times, it is among one of the most developed states in India and boasts of robust infrastructure, economic and financial growth. Let us find out some of […]

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Lying on the west coast of India is the state of Gujarat located between Rajasthan and Maharashtra. It is the land of Lord Krishna and Dwarka. In contemporary times, it is among one of the most developed states in India and boasts of robust infrastructure, economic and financial growth.

Let us find out some of the interesting facts about the land of lions and legends below.

1. Has a vast coastline

Longest Coastline

 

2. Home to an ancient religion

Zoroastrians

 

3. Historic shipbuilding factory

oldest ship factory

 

4. The Oh So Tall Kalo Dungar!

Kalo Dungar

 

5. The eccentric Gujarat rituals

Dattatreya Temple

 

6. The famous abode of Lord Krishna

Dwarkadheesh Temple

 

7. The ancient legends of Gujarat

Gomti River

 

8. Shine bright like a diamond!

City of Diamonds

 

9. 100% vegetarian pizzas

worlds first vegetarian pizza hut outlet

 

10. Home to Asiatic Lions

Land of Lions

 

11. The story behind the logo of SBI

SBI Logo was inspired by Kankaria Lake

 

12. The stingy Jelly Fish lake

Jellyfish Lake

 

13. A very holy mountain

Hill with 900 temples

 

14. Gujarat is home to India’s largest district

Kutch District

 

15. Place of origin of Garba

Garba Dance

 

16. The open-air theatre of Ahmedabad 

Open air theater in Ahmadabad

 

17. Home to an ancient civilization

Lothal

 

18. India’s Jurassic Park

Dinosaur Park

 

19. The colorful  world of kites

Patang Baazar in ahmedabad

 

While the capital of Gujarat, Ahmedabad, can draw you in with its remarkable architecture and excellent dining scene that transcend its chaos, the countryside holds most of this state’s many treasures. It isn’t all about Sabarmati!

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