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Nitin Gadkari has decided to go for an image makeover by introducing his own brand of t-shirts called “Being Honest”. The motivation clearly seems to have come from Salman Khan’s “Being Human’ campaign, which is supposed to have helped the Bollywood actor fight some bad press.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is known to just look around at things without responding to real human beings, has been chosen by Google to try out Project Glass – special spectacles with features of a smartphone. PMO has been sent a special pair of glasses, which was worn by the Prime Minister during a parliamentary session for a brief time.
Sharad Pawar has launched his own URL shortening service which has been aptly named paw.ar – a domain name registered in Argentina, where he is alleged to own a private football club. But Pawar has dismissed such allegations and claimed that by launching the URL shortener, he has tried to silence his critics who wondered how his assets could be only 12 crore rupees, as was declared by him earlier today.
The outrage that had erupted after Nasser Hussain called some Indian players “donkeys” has now subsided, as latest pictures reveal that the former English cricketer is destined to love donkeys. The pictures, which were analyzed by Faking News correspondent jurnoleast, reveal an uncanny resemblance between Nasser Hussain and Vladimir Putin, the Russian Prime Minister. The analysis of the pictures shows Nasser Hussain heading towards donkey love.
Many of you might have seen the notification for CAT 2011 in newspapers last week. The registration for the entrance exams to secure admission in the IIMs and other top b-schools of India begins next Wednesday. Tests start on 22nd October and there is not much time left, but don’t panic, Faking News is here to help you understand some of the basic concepts you need to crack CAT.
There have been many instances celebrity lookalikes, often giving rise to rumors of the concerned celebrities being related to each other in some way. Faking News too found six such instances, but we are not commenting on the “relationship” enjoyed by these celebrities with each other, who come from varied backgrounds such as movies, music, magic, cricket, comics and politics.
As the year 2010 comes to an end with all kinds of scams making news, most of you must be getting ready to get more of scam related news in the coming year, but the assessment of our editorial team differs. We bring to you five non-scam events that we think would surely happen and create “Breaking News” across the newspapers and television channels.
This is not the first time when Indian celebrities have been discriminated at International Airports based on the color of their skin or their surnames. The latest to join the list is IPL commissioner Lalit Modi. While travelling to UK to meet ECB to decide the future prospects of IPL, Modi was stopped at the Heathrow Airport because the airport security had leads that a certain Modi was responsible for rioting in Gujarat in 2002.
A pall of gloom fell over Indian society when they learnt that their favorite daughter-in-law Anandi had died. While a lot of news channels analyzed the causes and effects of this incident, none of them cared to demand “Justice to Anandi” with a war cry to bring her murderers to book. Being a responsible media organization, we decided to investigate the matter and the findings have been shocking to say the least.