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Marble God Statue - Ganesh

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Indian boy solves 350-year-old Math problem set by Newton

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London: A 16-year-old Indian origin schoolboy in Germany has managed to crack puzzles that baffled the world of maths for more than 350 years, it was reported in London Saturday.

Shouryya Ray, from Dresden, has been hailed a genius after working out the problems set by Sir Isaac Newton.

Ray solved two fundamental particle dynamics theories which physicists have previously been able to calculate only by using powerful computers, Daily Mail reported.

 His solutions mean that scientists can now calculate the flight path of a thrown ball and then predict how it will hit and bounce off a wall.

Ray only came across the problems during a school trip to Dresden University where professors claimed they were uncrackable, the newspaper said.

“I just asked myself, ‘Why not?’,” explained Ray.

“I didn’t believe there couldn’t be a solution,” he added.

Ray began solving complicated equations as a six-year-old but says he’s no genius.

After arriving from Kolkata four years ago without any knowledge of the German language, Shouryya is now fluent in the language.

His intelligence was quickly noted in class and he was pushed up two years in school- he is currently sitting his exams early, the Mail said.

OLYMPICS 2012-Freedom of information

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During the day the Flame will visit a number of iconic landmarks including Caerphilly Castle, the Sail Bridge in Swansea, and the Swansea Live Site.

Today marks the beginning of the second week of the Flame’s 70 day journey around the UK. So far over one million people have come out to see the Torch Relay.

Torchbearers of the day include Colin Jackson, High Hurdling Olympian is set to carry the Flame in Swansea in recognition of his extremely successful career in Athletics and coaching of the sport.

Lorelei Westcott, 18, a talented gymnast from Llantwit Major was selected through the Coca-Cola Future Flames programme. Through her devotion to training youngsters in her school and community, and her own sports achievements, Lorelei was nominated for “Young Citizen of the Year” Lorelei now helps train members of the Welsh team and judges competitions throughout Wales. She will carry the Flame in Barry.

The evening celebration will take place at Singleton Park in Swansea.  The celebration will feature a variety of entertainment staged by LOCOG and the three Presenting Partners of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay – Coca-Cola, Lloyds TSB and Samsung. The line-up includes music from Kids In Glass Houses, a dance troupe who will provide a unique fusion of street performance, theatre and sport and dance act Twist and Pulse. There will also be entertainment from Only Men Aloud and Mark Jermin’s Dance School staged by Swansea City Council.

On Day 8 the Flame will be carried through the following communities:

Cardiff, Dinas Powys, Barry, Caerphilly, Pontypridd, Merthyr Tydfil, Treherbert, Ynyswen, Treorchy, Nant-y-moel, Ogmore Vale, Bryncethin, Bridgend, Laleston, Pyle, Margam, Taibach, Port Talbot, Briton Ferry, Neath and Swansea.