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A not so hit song, “Bairi Piya Dhadke Jiya” from a 2011 movie “Pyaar Beech Bazaar” has committed suicide after it was continuously neglected in a Mumbaikar’s mp3 player.
The seven survivors were administered immediate medical treatment after reaching hospital and a precautionary CT scan was done to see if their brains has suffered any internal injuries.
Arrested terrorist Yasin Bhatkal has revealed that after targeting local trains, terrorists are planning to attack another Mumbai lifeline – Pav.
In a sensational development, around 500 kilograms of onions have gone missing from Parliament’s canteen. The canteen management suspects that they have been looted.
While it may take at least six months before a new Telangana state gets functional, concerned stakeholders have already started preparations.
The intermittent protests by the Kingfisher Airlines employees took an unexpected shape today when few of the employees kidnapped Chris Gayle, the hard hitting batsman of Royal Challengers Bangalore, the team owned by hard hit Vijay Mallya.
It was a normal night for Delhi with a few goons chasing a girl for 40 minutes while people passed by. Just when the passersby started feeling bad for the goons for going through this ordeal of having to chase for so long, something strange happened that shook up the brave bystanders.
Having missed the last Metro and afraid to take another medium of public transport, a woman in Delhi summoned up some courage to walk back home as she spotted an extra-terrestrial creature walking on the road.
Indian shoplifters have wholeheartedly welcomed the government decision to allow FDI in retail sector and are looking to steal as many costly products as possible when international retail chains such as Walmart open their stores in India. The shoplifters are confident that they can work around the anti-theft devices and system of these stores and use their own desi jugaad to run away with stolen goods.
Residents of a Delhi colony were pleasantly surprised this morning when they were informed that their vehicles, which were stolen a couple of days back, had been recovered with all the accessories intact. But their happiness was short-lived as they soon discovered that the thieves had taken out the most important accessory of their vehicles – petrol. It seems that thieves had voluntarily returned the vehicles after taking out petrol.