The farthest distance limbo skating under cars is 48.21 metres (158 ft 2 in) and was achieved by Shreeya Rakesh Deshpande (India) at Kagal five star MIDC, Kolhapur India on 31 May 2012 Record attempt took place early in the morning where 5 year old Shreeya limbo skated under 27 cars in just 23 seconds.
The fastest 100 m light aircraft pull was 29.84 seconds and was achieved by Montystar Agarawal (India) on the set of Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega in Baramati, Maharashtra, India, on 23 February 2011. The record was achieved in a face-off between two contestants- Montystar Agarawal and Mahendra Joshi, both Indian “strongmen” (strength athletes). Montystar achieved the record, beating Mahendra’s time by 0.82 seconds. Both contestants chose to use a harness to pull the aircraft. Both aircrafts (cessnas) weighed at least 500 kg, Continue reading →
The fastest 20 m wife carrying backwards is 9.82 seconds and was achieved by Manav Gohil and Shweta Kawaatra (both India) on the set of Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega in Jogeshwari, Mumbai on 18 March 2011. Manav Gohil and Shweta Kawaatra are both starring in a daily soap.
The record for running the fastest mile backwards is 6 min 2.35 sec and was set by D. Joseph James (India) at Nehru Stadium Athletics Track, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India on 10 August 2002.
The fastest time to handcuff 10 people is 25 seconds and was achieved by Shivaji Lahu Chakane (India) on the set of Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega in Mumbai, India, on 22 March 2011. Shivaji went head to head with a colleague of his.
The fastest time to push a car one mile (1.61 km) was 11 min 39 sec by Konda Sahadev (India) pushing a Tata Winger van down Shamshabad Airport Road in Hyderabad, India, on 28 February 2011. For the purposes of this record, it is required that the car weigh at least 1,880 kg. Sahadev’s vehicle weighed 2,700 kg (5,952 lb) not including a passenger.
The record for the fastest time to a tie a Windsor knot with a necktie in a professional manner is 17.91 seconds achieved by Dr Deepak Sharma (India) at the DB City Mall, Bhopal, India on 28 December 2013.
The fastest time to type the alphabet is 3.43 seconds, achieved by Mohd. Khursheed Hussain (India), at the Sardar Patel Auditoriun, KMIT, in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, on 2 February 2012. The event took place from 10.45 am to noon, with several members of the press in attendance.
India’s Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to score a double century in a one-day international with a score of 200 against South Africa on 24 February 2010. Tendulkar led India to 401-3 in 50 overs. India won the match by 153 runs to take a winning 2-0 lead in the series after they bowled out the tourists for 248. Tendulkar accomplished his feat in the second one-dayer against South Africa. Tendulkar hit 200 off 147 balls with 25 fours and three sixes.
In 1994, the world’s first full-face replant operation was perfomed by Dr Abraham Thomas, one of India’s leading microsurgeons, on nine-year old Sandeep Kaur (India), who had her face and scalp ripped off when one of her pigtails got caught in a threshing machine whilst on her family’s farm in Chak Khurd, northern India. Sandeep’s mother, Harpal, put the face into a plastic bag, and then took her to Christian Medical College hospital – a drive of over three hours. Dr Thomas was on duty Continue reading →