In a recent survey conducted by the students of a premier institute, it has been revealed that sales of blank DVDs have gone up in the past two days. Interestingly a 200 percent increase in total sales was registered from the shops in the vicinity of engineering colleges.
In an exciting new move by the Medical Council of India, in conjunction with millions of different state boards and deemed universities, has made self-defence a mandatory subject for MBBS students.
In a sensational turn of events, students living in a reputed university’s hostel have launched a unique protest against the Centre’s decision to ban pornography on the web, asking them to ban either Maggi or porn but not both so that at least one kind of hunger is satisfied.
India’s leading Human Rights group FATTU (Flop Actors and Terrorist’s Union) today announced that they are going to launch a e-commerce portal through which candle light vigils can be booked for all the innocent terrorists killed by the cruel Indian government and army during the last 50 years.
Tired of being profiled on the basis of the color of its surface for the better part of the century, the kettle has recently filed a lawsuit against the pot for indulging in ‘blatant colorism’.
A section of lawyers, today signed a petition asking the government to allow ‘work from home’ facility considering the odd working hours which they have to put up with when arguing ‘special cases’.
Former President Pratibha Patil is no stranger to controversies, especially when they are related to liberal use of government resources and making unreasonable demands.
Unable to cope with the demands of his daily route Cab Driver, Manager at a leading software company here has finally resigned. He plans to commute by BMTC buses for remaining days of his notice period.
As per Minister for Road Transport and Highways Mr. Nitin Gadkari, the proposed road transport and safety bill will provide additional safety measures for commuters as well as traffic police.
Taking cognizance of changing financial and social landscape, the Eunuch-groups or more commonly known as Kinnars are now contemplating extending EMI facility to those customers who cannot meet their huge monetary demands at auspicious occasions such as marriage and birthday.