Both Barkha Dutt and Rajdeep Sardesai decided to forget the professional rivalry on the occasion of birthday of Arnab Goswami today, and wished him. However, Arnab trolled them.
On Teacher’s Day today, Sharad Pawar, the Union Agriculture Minister as well as the International Cricket Council President, expressed his heartfelt gratitude to a certain Kapil. Pawar believes that he has learned a lot from Kapil recently that helped him immensely in his public life. There was a brief comedy of errors when Pawar wished Kapil, but thankfully everything was sorted out. Faking News brings you the exclusive report.
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.
Govind Tiwari, the young man from Allahabad or the chhora Ganga kinaare waala, is all set to redefine the political scene in Uttar Pradesh. Govind, who became an international sensation thanks to his creative blog, has inspired Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to get a ‘blinking eyes’ snap done for himself. Govind had captivated the whole world a couple of days back thanks to his animated snap.
After claiming that the hearts of Indians could never be as big and gracious as those of Pakistanis and Muslims, Pakistani cricket captain Shahid Afridi today got to witness something that changed his thinking yet again. He happened to see arguably the biggest heart of the world, and was apparently not so comfortable after witnessing it. Reports suggest Afridi could issue a contradictory statement yet again.
Pakistani cricket captain Shahid Afridi’s pose of standing still with both his arms up in the air, making a victory-sign of sorts, has become his trademark style of celebrations on field, but his frequent pose has irritated many, including Bollywood Dabangg Salman Khan. To stop Afridi from repeating the same pose during India-Pakistan world cup semi-final match at Mohali, Salman decided to take help of someone.
Indian pacer Sreesanth, who was scheduled to play the World Cup cricket match against South Africa on 12th March 2011 at Nagpur, has deliberately injured himself and spinner Piyush Chawla. Now both of them won’t be able to bowl during the much awaited match. While it may appear mala fide, Faking News has found out that Sree has actually helped Chawla and himself with this act.
When master blaster Sachin Tendulkar met the honorary dean of IIPM Arindam Chaudhuri, the management guru couldn’t stop himself from giving some gyaan and guru mantra to the legendary cricketer.
King Leonidas of Sparta is believed to have died battling Xerxes some 2500 years ago, but could he have mustered enough courage to engage in this battle? Check out the attached strip.