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Bharti and wife Lipika, sitting at home ignoring each other as married couples do when they cannot stand each other. The dog, Don, lies on the rug more concerned about his weak heart.
The decision was taken after Ishant Sharma and Suresh Raina were forced to leave the Gabba during the Second Test to forage for decent quality vegetarian food.
In a developing story, Arvind Kejriwal of AAP has come down heavily of the manufacturer of Dettol brand of products Reckitt Benckiser for claiming “100% protection” from germs.
Karnataka government has decided to step up its “desaffronization” efforts that are aimed at ensuring communal harmony by removing too much of saffron from public life.
In what could be the most cherished moment for the Indian media, Nairobi mall attackers Al Shabab has requested the Government of Kenya to allow Indian 24×7 TV news media to telecast the happenings live.
The government has decided to issue “protest cards” to the citizens of India. From the year 2013 onwards, only citizens with valid protest cards would be able to organize and take part in protests.
In an unfortunate incident, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh broke his teeth while “biting the subsidy bullet”. This happened after the government approved decisions like limiting subsidy on LPG cylinders, increasing price of diesel, and allowing FDI in retail and aviation sector.
18-year-old IIT aspirant Krishnan Iyer has not even checked his JEE result as he is sure that he won’t go to IIT even if he qualifies. Krishnan blames it on the mess food.
Keeping in mind the absurd performance by their respective teams, cricket officials from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have decided upon having one team from the sub-continent going by the name “East Indies”. The team will consist of the best players from all the four nations, to give the Ausssies and the Proteas and the English a run for their money in the test-matches.