Identical percentage of marks for identical twins in Mumbai
It has to be a coincidence that identical twins score exactly the same percentage of marks in their first major board examination. It has enough points to be on the news and so it has appeared in the leading daily newspaper of India Times of India.
Vinay and Vivek Shah, resident of the Mumbai suburb Mira Road and students of St.Xavier’s school in the same locality have secured 90.18% marks in the recently concluded SSC Board examination of Maharashtra. The percentage of marks is identical but individual subject marks are not. So what, at least the identical percentage is enough for people to stare at them with different interpretation.
Vinay is older by 12 minutes, therefore he is elder, and behaves the way an elder brother does in India. Vijay accepts Vinay as his elder brother in true sense. Friends, teachers, and relatives are not able to identify them correctly every time due to their identical look and similar structure. The exception is their parents, who only identify them without mistake all the time, informed their mother Pinky Shah.
The equal marks not only astonished all around them; they too could not believe that it really happened so. The two brothers are very close to each other and Vinay, the elder one, is always protective of his younger brother Vijay.