Every political party in India has its own unique features, just like an operating system. On basis of their attributes, Faking News brings to you brief analogies between them.
10 must dos that makes one a truly patriotic Indian.
Manmohan Singh hopes that historians will be kind to him when they write about him. Faking News in-house historian Rum Guha writes a kind article.
After a reader of Faking News pointed out the possible “inspiration” behind Airtel’s new logo, our investigative journalism team decided to dig further into the issue. After a month long investigation, our team has concluded that there was more to it than what meets our eyes. There clearly seems a hidden message in all the logos that appear inspired from the posteriors of various living beings.
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.
It’s her first visit to India and pity that she’d be locked in a useless house with some idiots. She deserved something much bigger, as she had always deserved, and got them implanted when nature denied them. But as Indians, we shouldn’t have denied her the opportunity to see a country, which has been shaped as much by her as by our current Prime Minister.
FNIG has taken a seemingly innocuous question by a journalist seriously where this unidentified journalist had asked Lalit Modi if IPL had any plans to go public i.e. come out with an IPO and offer its shares to the public for trading on stock exchanges. While Modi denied any such possibility, we demand that IPL must go public, even if it means the tournament being nationalized.
A study undertaken by Faking News Intelligence Group has revealed that many Indian politicians could go for sex-change surgeries to bypass the provisions of women’s reservation bill whenever it becomes a law. The bill provisions for one-third of the parliamentary seats to be reserved for contest by women candidates only, and it has met sharp opposition from many members of the parliament in the past.