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As per the latest developments on WhatsApp, India’s leading rumour news broadcasting service, the corners in various commercial complexes and government buildings in India have been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
In an unexpected move, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has requested Indian Judiciary to pen question papers for their 10th standard and 12th standard final exams.
A 26-year-old woman named Sunita Sharma was arrested by the police today after her husband filed an “Attempt to murder” case against her just because she kept telling him to take a bath.
As capital continues to reel under bone-chilling cold, an engineering college student was found standing in front of shower in bathroom reading Shiv Khera’s “You Can Win”.
“Earlier, whenever I used to look at my overweight wallet filled with God knows what, I always thought that one day I would gather enough courage to dig deep inside, but I never did,” said Khoji.
Residents of a village named Panipuri are still using an old half-torn rope bridge even though they have a newly constructed concrete bridge in place, and they don’t even have to pay any toll tax to use it.
A local barber named Ram Lakhan Thakur has gone immensely distressed and became suicidal after none of his customers are giving a damn about his ideas on running the nation perfectly.