With Nobel Prize gaining fast popularity and becoming the flavor of the season, several groups have evinced keen interest in introducing such awards at the national level in India.
Taking cue from Indian boxer Sarita Devi, Sudhakar Sharma, 26, a techie from Bangalore refused to take a consolation award that is presented to him in order to compensate his low appraisal ratings.
“We feel competition here is thousand times more tougher than any IIT, IAS or Medical exam in the country. Being able to get a flat among those 25000 odd flats on offer, is as good as topping IIT JEE exam, to put it in right perspective,” said a man opening up one such coaching centre.
After Delhi High Court asked IIPM to stop calling it a “management institute”, Arindam Chaudhuri has announced that henceforth IIPM will be known as Indian Institute of Pure Mismanagement.
In a smart move to prevent bikers from using Bangalore pavements to bypass traffic, AAP leader has decided to sleep on different pavements every day to increase awareness and stop the bikers from using it.
“First time he visited me, he looked so stressed that I thought he was either a software engineer or a person whose maid was on leave,” the doctor told Faking News.
“With college exams still a month away, this was the only way to read course books without risking my image of a cool dude,” Rocky explained.
Nitin Gadkari announced a new lane on all the roads of the country for the people who like to chat on their phones while walking.
“No one is as talented as our police are at being able to silently spectate events/crimes as professionally as we do when turmoil is occurring around them,” the Director General of Police said in his statement today.
Arvind Kadke, a young techie working with Peanut Consulting for past 4 years has decided to quit his job and planning to enrol for engineering course in a premier engineering college.