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Sunday Magazine: 30th August 2015

Sunday Magazine: 30th August 2015

Aug 30, 2015 Comments

This weeks Sunday Magazine focuses on 25 Riot entrepreneurs under 25 of 2015 and taking centre stage is someone who people say could be the next Arvind Kejriwal. It is the young and promising Hardik Patel.

Sunday Magazine: 23rd August 2015

Sunday Magazine: 23rd August 2015

Aug 23, 2015 Comments

In this edition of the Sunday Magazine, Mulayam Singh Yadav explains his scientifically tested and practically possible thoeries. He was under the media scanner after he said that it was not ‘practically possible for four men to rape a woman’.

Sunday Magazine : 16th August 2015

Sunday Magazine : 16th August 2015

Aug 16, 2015 Comments

The Monsoon session of the Parliament was a washout with Congress party disrupting the proceedings and BJP refusing to relent. But who is the real loser here? Find out in this edition of the Sunday Magazine.

Sunday Magazine: 9th August 2015

Sunday Magazine: 9th August 2015

Aug 9, 2015 Comments

This weeks Sunday Magazine focuses on captured Pakistani terrorist Usman aka Naved. Pakistan has refused to acknowledge him as their citizen. Meanwhile eminent citizens in India have already started asking questions on the treatment give to an innocent tourist. Will he get the respect he deserves?

Sunday Magazine: Friendship Day

Sunday Magazine: Friendship Day

Aug 2, 2015 Comments

Friendship day is not just a day to remember and celebrate the spirit of friendship. It’s also a day to brace yourself for an avalanche of mushy friendship day messages. Our Sunday Magazine not only celebrates this day but also offers you WhatsApp hacks to save yourself. Also, read Shocking but True to find out more about Arnab Goswami’s friend list.

Presenting the real “underachiever” of the world

Presenting the real “underachiever” of the world

Jul 19, 2012 Comments

Faking News brings to you the real underachiever; the married Indian man, who just can’t achieve anything that was expected from him.

Barbers hike rates as Dhoni goes bald after world cup victory

Barbers hike rates as Dhoni goes bald after world cup victory

Apr 3, 2011 Comments

India won the ICC 2011 World Cup 2011 yesterday and Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni appeared in a new avatar today. As soon as the new look of Dhoni went public, hairdressers and salons across the country raised their rates for head shaving. They are calling it the “Dhoni Cut”. Experts too are predicting that tonnes of hairs could fall down in coming days in India.

Sunday Magazine: Meet the real Game Changers of India

Sunday Magazine: Meet the real Game Changers of India

Feb 13, 2011 Comments

Pepsi believes that cricketers like Mahendra Singh Dhoni are “game changers” for having introduced the “helicopter shot” to cricket. But that’s nothing compared what the “real” game changers have been introducing to India all these years. Faking News brings you the real game changers of India, who have changed every rule of the game called politics and administration. The list is just indicative and not exhaustive.

PAC vs Manmohan Singh: How is this game going to end?

PAC vs Manmohan Singh: How is this game going to end?

Jan 2, 2011 Comments

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has offered to appear before PAC (Public Accounts Committee) of the Parliament in connection with the 2G spectrum scam. Will this help in nailing the culprits of the scam? This week’s Sunday Magazine takes a look at this game between PAC, headed by BJP member Murli Manohar Joshi, and the UPA government, headed by Manmohan Singh. Now presenting – PACMAN, the 2G edition.

Saina wins Hong Kong open; would we see this on TV tonight?

Saina wins Hong Kong open; would we see this on TV tonight?

Dec 12, 2010 Comments

Saina Nehwal has won Hong Kong super series title after defeating Shixian Wang of China, and is poised to become world’s number one badminton player. Clearly, this is going to excite Indian media, especially the Hindi news channels. We are going to witness innovative reporting on Saina’s professional and personal life, but can we hope to see this on television tonight? Please Mr. Rajat Sharma, please!