# Who is fair, handsome and unscarred?

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Four men - Aanand, Bhaskar, Chetan and Danish- are standing in a straight line.

One man is fair, handsome and unscarred.
Two men who are not fair, are each standing next to Aanand.
Bhaskar is the only man standing next to exactly one handsome man.
Chetan is the only man not standing next to exactly one scarred man.

Who is fair, handsome and unscarred?

posted Jul 17, 2014
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