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Delhi homes to install CCTV cameras in bathrooms to find who used water above free quota

Delhi homes to install CCTV cameras in bathrooms to find who used water above free quota

Dec 30, 2013 Comments

Delhi residents will have to pay for the entire amount of water consumed if they go above the free quota. Here are some ways in which water can be consumed and usage tracked.

When a person is drunk, body’s centre of gravity shifts to head: Research

When a person is drunk, body’s centre of gravity shifts to head: Research

Dec 26, 2013 Comments

If a research paper published by Somaras Shukla, a PHD student of IIT Delhi is to be believed, body’s centre of gravity shifts to head after the person concerned is drunk.

Man feels he is gay because a random survey suggests so

Man feels he is gay because a random survey suggests so

Sep 28, 2013 Comments

A 33 year old happily unmarried man from thinks he is a gay after a study done by Canadian scientists sometime back claimed to have a serious correlation between left handers and homosexuality.

7 places where the missing coalgate files could be

7 places where the missing coalgate files could be

Aug 19, 2013 Comments

While many think that the government has destroyed the files related to coal allotment scam, Faking News is willing to trust the honesty and integrity of the government.

Supreme Court allows ASI to dig into Khap leaders’ brains

Supreme Court allows ASI to dig into Khap leaders’ brains

Aug 14, 2013 Comments

ASI believes that thought process and social approach of Khaps are very much primitive and remains of some lost civilization could be found through this exploration.

Traces of sense of humor found in Indian IT professionals

Traces of sense of humor found in Indian IT professionals

Feb 24, 2013 Comments

Scientists have almost reached a breakthrough in proving that there are clinical traces of sense of humor present in Indian IT professionals. Though this has not been confirmed yet, the very possibility of this being true has been welcomed by the rest of the Indian citizens.

Researchers find a woman not fond of shopping

Researchers find a woman not fond of shopping

Jan 26, 2013 Comments

In a rare discovery last week, a team of Psychologists from the Department of Social Sciences, Tata Research Center, Mumbai found a 30-year-old woman in Mulund, a suburb in Mumbai, who is not interested in Shopping.

No more a Wikipedia article, reading 5 tweets enough to be expert on a subject

No more a Wikipedia article, reading 5 tweets enough to be expert on a subject

Sep 25, 2012 Comments

Researchers have concluded that people are no longer reading up Wikipedia articles on any topic to become an expert on the same topic. Instead, people are reading up tweets – sentences no longer than 140 characters including blank space – to gain domain expertise.

Facebook shares beat silent prayers as means to wish someone good

Facebook shares beat silent prayers as means to wish someone good

Sep 12, 2012 Comments

Researchers have announced a major behavioral change in the human race where human beings have been found to be sharing content on Facebook more frequently than saying a silent prayer to support a cause, idea, or an individual.

200 Megawatts of power wasted on shouting in Parliament, claims CAG

200 Megawatts of power wasted on shouting in Parliament, claims CAG

Sep 8, 2012 Comments

While crores of taxpayers’ money is believed to have gone waste as Monsoon Session of the Parliament could function only on six days, CAG has calculated a loss of at least 200 Megawatts of Energy due to non-functioning parliament.