Did you Know? Charles Dickens was little bit of eccentric.
Charles Dickens was a bit of an outcast. Growing up in London during the nineteenth century exposed him to such grim realities as working-class life expectancy being twenty-two years old, half a million Londoners suffering and dying from typhus due to a lack of sanitation, 220 crimes being punishable by death, and nearly half of all funerals in London being held for children under the age of ten, the majority of whom had full-time jobs as labourers in 1839, when Dickens was 27.
The United States is one of just eight countries in the world that does not mandate paid maternity leave.
Another proof that reinforces the fact that the origin of the Tandoori chicken took place in the Harappa Civilization