The current title holder is Khagendra Thapa Magar, of Nepal, who is 26.4in or 2ft 2.41in tall. He was declared to be the shortest man in the world and recorded his name in Guinness World Records in 2010.
According to British tabloid magazine the Sun, the 17-year-old, who is tinier than a one-year-old, will take the title-smashing five inches off the current record when he turns 18 on June 12.
The titchy teen has not grown since his first birthday, struggles to walk and cannot stand up for long, the paper reported.
But he beams with pride when talking about his likely world record.
He told the Sun: “If I were the smallest man in the world, it would be very cool.”
Junrey lives with his parents and three younger – but taller – siblings in a village in a remote region of the Philippines’ Zamboanga del Norte province.
A Guinness world Records spokesman confirmed that they would be considering Balawing’s claim when he turns 18, which is when candidates for this title can officially apply for the record.
Three passengers were killed and 15 others injured 10 critically in a bus accident at Sarpallo in Jaleshwor-Bardibas road stretch of Mahottari district on Friday morning.
The accident occurred while it was trying to allow passage to another bus coming from the opposite direction. All the three died on the spot.
The injured have been rushed to Janakpur Zonal Hospital for treatment and some severe injured have been referred to Dharan. The identities of the victims are yet to be ascertained. Police are investigating the incident.
Newari Movie – Dhau Baji
After watching the new movie Batch No.16, I think, it’s director Pitambar Pandey has proven that a successful movie can be made after film related education and proper experience. Film making is different from making a music video or a television serial. Batch No.16 is another flick in which the film crew has shown that, we have the technology required to make good movie and all our movies lack is the concept and a good story.
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