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In a day of dramatic developments, the various Reddy and Raju families of Andhra Pradesh have reached a settlement and agreed on how to carve up the erstwhile state of Andhra Pradesh.
India could witness yet another split between brothers after Anil Ambani and Mukesh Ambani had parted ways in 2006. Sources indicate that Singh brothers, who formerly owned Ranbaxy are planning to do the same. Faking News has learnt that amicable efforts are on to pave way for a very acrimonious public split sometime in 2010. Singh brothers believe that such a split would help them generate maximum wealth.
After a month long auctioning, the Department of Telecommunications not only declared the process over, but also revealed the path-breaking technology that differentiated 3G over the 2G spectrum. The third generation spectrum would have many more colors than the seven traditionally acknowledged in the spectrum – Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red – better represented by the acronym VIBGYOR. As a result, the government could earn 70,000 crore rupees, much higher than it had expected.
Google announced today that it is launching a new service to help users search deep within their soul. “This would not only maximize the untapped potential of our search technology, but also the untapped potential of the human race”, said Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, in an exclusive interview with Faking News business reporter SK Wimwian. The service will be named Google Mox, a subtle pun on the ancient Sanskrit word ‘Moksh’ which means ‘Nirvana’ or liberation.
In an unprecedented development, Reliance Telecommunications has announced its results for all the remaining quarters of the year, even though there are another eleven months left in the year. Explaining the move to Faking News business reporter SK Wimwian, the company’s VP, Corporate Affairs, Mr. Rajan Sajnani said that this was meant to send a strong signal to the stock markets, the government, and to all the customers of Reliance Telecommunications about the management’s firm belief in the company’s future prospects.
Zaheer Khan’s spectacular performance when he took 7 wickets in the second innings of the Mirpur test has upset many Indian cricketers. Zaheer actually ruined a carefully hatched plan where the Indian team had decided to give Bangladesh a lead of about 150 runs, which would have allowed Gambhir to get a century and equal Don Bradman’s record of scoring centuries in six consecutive test matches.