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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.

Time saved by internet and mobile invested in timepass on internet and mobile

Time saved by internet and mobile invested in timepass on internet and mobile

Mar 19, 2012 Comments

After five years of extensive research and analysis, researchers have concluded that the modern day human being has successfully wasted all the time saved by internet and mobile technologies by doing timepass on internet and mobile. The researches have gone so far ahead to suggest that the human civilization hasn’t gained much due to these technologies, which are considered path-breaking and revolutionary for the human civilization.

Engineers surviving only on chai-sutta inspire study for a new fuel

Engineers surviving only on chai-sutta inspire study for a new fuel

Sep 15, 2011 Comments

In an exciting development, a group of IIT Madras PhD students have been given permission to study the possibility of a revolutionary fuel. The fuel being talked about here is a mixture of tobacco and tea, which has helped hundreds of engineering students survive on the campus without any apparent intake of regular meals. The fuel, if successfully developed, will solve India’s energy problems by 2020.

Rats living inside Parliament premises lose hearing sensation

Rats living inside Parliament premises lose hearing sensation

Aug 9, 2011 Comments

AIIMS doctors have found that rats (rodents, not human beings) living in the Parliament are suffering from hearing loss. The shocking truth was discovered by a group of doctors who had been testing an antidepressant drug on animals for its efficacy.

Contractor discovers water soluble tar that will remove roads between potholes

Contractor discovers water soluble tar that will remove roads between potholes

Aug 2, 2011 Comments

Mumbai residents, who complain about potholes each monsoon, could now breathe a sigh of relief as a new tar is all set to eliminate the root of the pothole problem – parts of roads that fail to get washed away in the rains. A new tar, which is 100% water soluble, will completely remove the remnants of a road that are left back after rains, causing potholes to appear.