The real feelings of leaders from fake pages of the diary
Written by us, but felt by them
Ravi(35) and Shalini(33) are fighting bitter legal battle over their divorce.They have been married for last 6 years and filed for divorce a year back.They met each other on Orkut through a common friend. According to close friends, they were deeply in love when they got married amidst protests from parents.
In an interesting development, the United Nations has reportedly passed a new peace-keeping resolution to keep in check the wars happening on the popular social networking site Twitter.
Adding yet another feather in their hat, Modi government in the First week of July launched Digital India week at Delhi.
In an interesting incident, popular messaging service WhatsApp has reportedly confirmed on having recorded its longest conversation ever, after colleagues in an Indian IT company exchanged back-to-back smileys continuously for hours together.
A man who has recently divorced his wife is arrested by investigative agencies for serial killing spree. The murderer is said to have taken down his own friends who had commented on his marriage photos
Mr. Fake Pandit a techie from the Gurgaon yesterday tried committing suicide after he found out that he is a potential rapist who is ‘unknowingly’ oppressing the minorities and doing injustice to the lower-caste.
In what can come as a relief for millions of jobless people who spend time on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, the Ministry of HRD is planning to include time spent on social media as work experience
Well-known social networking website Facebook has come up with a new feature that will manifest the user’s elation when someone whom the user admires or idolizes or has a crush upon, likes his comment or status update.
The creator of the famous chain SMS series which threatens people if they don’t forward it to 10 people or more, something bad will happen to them gets hit by a bus while sending his last SMS.
‘Achhe Din’ as promised by the Government are finally here, for Ramesh Kumar, a 25-year-old delhiite, a jobless philosopher by choice, is finally getting something in return for all his hard work and patience.