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Won’t you kill for a job where you are paid one lakh rupees to make one phone call? And guess what, this job exists in our own country, which funnily is known for cheap call centers and BPOs. According to reports, Niira Radia was paid 60 crores rupees by two clients as legitimate consultancy fees, and all that is known about her is that she makes phone calls to VIPs. She is supposed to have made around 6000 calls to industrialists, politicians, bureaucrats and journalists.

This week’s Sunday Magazine seeks details of this job for the benefit of our future generations:

Highest paid telephone operator

Sunday Magazine of Faking News dated 28 November 2010

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  • Nesar

    I am sure people in my office (and in fact any offices across the cities) are going to ask for a raise, as making phone calls (for gossiping, solving social issues, and sometimes for work) seems to be their main work…

  • adi!

    6000 phone calls! And most of them over 30 minutes long! Only a teen a can compete with that!

  • Ram

    This is the first time I came across Faking News website and it is suuperb. The one about MMS feeling like slapping A Raja atleast once is the masterpiece. Keep it up. I am going to suggest this to many of my Indian friends spread all over the world.

  • Crass

    I want this job