When will my problems end?
Ek aur shaadi kar lo, kripa aani shuru ho jayegi
In the quest to stay relevant in Bihar politics, Lalu Prasad Yadav faces the dilemma of his life.
Deserted by its UPA-I and UPA-II allies on parliament disruption issue, Congress is looking for a solid cause that can unite the secular parties inside the lower house.
Concerned about many CMs not attending Niti Ayog Governing Council meeting, PMO has come up with a fool proof strategy to ensure 100% participation. Knowing that politicians across the party lines take pride in showcasing their secular credentials PMO has decided to hold upcoming important meetings in between Iftar parties.
While the Lalit Modi controversy has stretched beyond it’s ‘sell by’ date and has lost its shock value, Lalit Modi continues to be in extended power play mode and is showing no signs of cooling down.
Those who were worried about secular fabric of India getting torn and religious sentiments getting hurt during International Yoga Day finally have something to cheer about.
Thousands of NSUI members who had nothing better to do this morning, gathered in front of HRD minister Smriti Irani’s home and protested against govt’s decision to ban Maggi.
As the Gujjar protest blocking the rail tracks enters fourth day giving innocent railway passengers a torrid time, a little humanitarian crisis is brewing in the nearby slum areas.
Shaitaan Khopdi™, Faking News reporter, spoke to President in an exclusive interview.
Panna Tripathi, a page 3 reporter from a reputed fashion magazine who was sent to cover the bail plea hearing in Bombay HC had the toughest day at job.
Shakti, a teenager boy, who got new smartphone on his 16th birthday last month has learned his first lesson even before he could explore all the social features of the phone.